The ongoing bushfires around Australia are extraordinary. We’ve all seen them. Too many have experienced them or had close encounters, either personally or through a friend or loved one.
As when, where and how we work shifts, greater attention is being given to the holistic upbringing of students in school.
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.
On a recent trip to India, Eliezer Gonzalez and friends of GNU were able to visit the Good News Children’s Care Centre in the village of Nandiwada. The children put on a programme for the visit and they were also given gifts.
By: Laura Bennett
What happens when I die? Who’s God? Both questions your child may ask, but more often than not kids want answers on handling tricky situations, and navigating life’s everyday complexities. In their language it might come down to what makes a good friend? And, can I say what I think?
Above: Roger Federer with some of the children supported by his child development foundation. All pictures: Roger Federer Foundation.
By: Clare Bruce
Winning the world’s biggest tennis tournaments year-in, year-out makes a person incredibly wealthy.
By: Duncan Robinson
I buy a lottery ticket once a year. It isn’t a sound investment; it isn’t a wise move. Every mathematical equation tells me it is a bone-headed decision and a waste of $2. Yet once a year, I’ll head to the local newsagent and buy a lottery ticket. A miniscule investment with the hopes of a monumental return.
By: Clare Bruce | Hope 1032
When the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke it served as a good reminder that our world is struggling with a culture of disrespect and disregard towards women.