By: Tania Harris
Everybody dreams. Scientists tell us that we all dream for one to two hours a night.1 Dreams are a normal and healthy part of being human. But where do they come from?
By: Laura Bennett
To coincide with the International Day of Charity on 5 September, The Royal Australian Mint released the world’s first ‘Donation Dollar’ – a $1 coin specifically designed to be donated.
By: Sabrina Peters
I feel like the “raining and pruning” is a never ending process in the Christian journey. No surprise as God’s more interested in the person we’re becoming, than the places we end up.
Why do adolescents take risks – a lot? It’s almost like they feel they’re immortal. Adolescents are impulsive. They seek constant stimulation. They don’t weigh risks before they dive headlong into situations.
By: Hope Media
It’s exciting to be partnering with Operation Christmas Child this year to bring gift-filled shoeboxes to children in need, in over 100 countries around the world.
David learnt about forgiveness. When David, the one who would become king of Israel was young, he thought he understood about forgiveness, but he didn’t. Like so many of us, David learnt about forgiveness by the things that he suffered.
By: Brittany Ann
A few weeks ago, my son mentioned to me that a few boys were picking on him at recess.
A friend of mine had an awful ‘sexting’ incident occur with her 11 year-old daughter. Her daughter was having an innocent conversation with a boy from school via text when he asked her to send “noodz” to him. I have two daughters and a son who are between 9 and 14. Is sexting normal now? How can I stop them having to deal with this?
By: Susan Joy
This tasty, healthy bread is made with fruit and vegetables, almond meal and coconut flour which are rich in protein and fibre, plus prebiotic fibre from arrowroot. It has a crispy top, a lovely moist centre and rises well. It’s the perfect snack for any hungry tummy.