While there are obvious consequences for Christians, Churches, and other ministries, there is another consequence that few people realise.
After my panic attack on that small aircraft, part of me didn’t ever want to fly again. This is what I learnt on the journey of responding well to anxiety.
A book focusing on the experience of persecuted Christians can help Western Christians prepare for a future in which religious freedom is severely eroded.
I’m writing to make you aware of what your female family members and friends are up against. And how you should respond, especially as males.
For the current generation of teenagers, digital tech is as much a part of their lives as pimples and puberty, and it comes with pros and cons.
Staff and Students from University Christian groups across Australia joined together in a virtual choir to sing the uplifting song, ‘Behold Our God’.
This one simple principle when applied in the face of adversity is a game-changer for how we relate to suffering, including COVID-19.
This is our time to think not about ourselves, but about our neighbours. Many of whom are scared, and will only grow more so as the virus spreads.
Have you ever felt others were better than you? That they were more accomplished, better looking? Did this ever pressure you to be a better ‘you’?
People are behaving in ways that are increasingly irrational, feverish, herd-like and simply unpleasant. The news cycle is filled with the consequences.