Meal time matters. It’s a widely acknowledged fact. Researchers have found that families that eat their meals together have children who are 35% less likely to engage in disordered eating, 24% more likely to eat healthier foods and 12% less likely to be overweight.
By: Robert Garrett
I was recently talking to the Head of Human Resources for a large organisation about their corporate strategy. During our chat she said something that caught my attention, “to be honest, COVID has been a gift”. It was an odd phrase in light of the current state of the planet – over 315,000 deaths globally (at the time of writing) and a significant rise in unemployment and financial devastation.
By: Brittany Ann
In this article I’m going to share my best step-by-step advice for learning how to deal with toxic family members Biblically. Before we get there, let’s start by identifying the signs of a toxic relationship.
By: Clare Bruce
The mother of three children killed in a horrific road crash in Sydney on Saturday night says she forgives the driver involved, and “cannot hate him”—and has asked the community to pray for her family.
Wodonga Toy Library is celebrating its 40th Birthday. Come and join us on Saturday 9th November from 10-1pm at the Wodonga Toy Library. Wodonga West Primary school. There will be a FREE BBQ and fun kid’s activities including a jumping castle, big toy play, and face painting. Birthday cake cutting around 12pm. BYO picnic rug, … Read more
By: Timothy Charles
You may never look at a butterfly in the same way after hearing Jack’s story. Jack Gates, the fourth of six children, was born with Ohtahara Syndrome in 2011
By: Robert Garrett
Time and money are two of life’s scarce resources. How a person spends those limited resources provides an interesting window into their real priorities.
By: Susan Sohn
A number of years ago my parents made the big decision to move from our farm and family home into our small, very quaint town. As many of you know, a move like this is huge.