The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth (John 1:14, NIV).
By: Justin Rouillon
Every Christmas Australians hit peak irony: belting out songs about snow and ice, while dressed in their ‘good thongs’ at the local carols.
By: Sam Robinson
Christmas is just around the corner – and many kids will be awaiting the arrival of the Man in the Big Red Suit.
By: Holly Carroll
If you’re entertaining for Christmas and need a bit of fresh inspiration, give some of these classic recipes a try. Here’s a list of mains, salads and desserts for the festive season that are perfect for the whole family.
By: Laura Bennett
It’s hard to imagine a more wondrous Christmas setting than a snow-lined New York City with sparkling city lights, filled with the sound of carollers offering Christmas cheer.
By: David Maegraith
From her younger years, Emmy Cooper had a love for helping people in need and raising funds and awareness for different projects.
By: Jennifer Kerr
Schoolies celebrations mean school leavers hitting the Gold Coast, getting drunk, getting in trouble, and in the background of TV news live broadcasts, right? Oh my, but no! There is an amazing alternative to the cliché and many school leavers take on new and different experiences.
By: Graham McDonald
19 – Sunday 27 October 2019
Throughout the history of mankind, the natural progression of life has been a birth ultimately followed by death at some point in time, except for a few notable exceptions that are recorded in the Holy Scriptures.