Kameel Majdali says the world is going through a period of shaking. To face our fear, we must build our lives on the rock of faith.
Did you know that only 1% of the Olympic hosting nation is Christian?
As Christians, most of us are interested in a Christ focused approach to all of the dimensions of our lives. Dr John Warlow says seeking professional help for our mental health is key.
Covid is revealing that people’s jobs and money are just sand. They’re looking for a rock to build on – the hope of the Gospel.
One of the fundamentals in the West is freedom. But does freedom from all constraints really lead to a rewarding life?
You can’t preach to empty streets, so during lockdown, Operation 513’s evangelists went online. Now they’ve made the Gospel a massive hit on TikTok.
In Vietnam 1.5 million abortions are carried out every year. And women average 2.5 abortions each. The numbers are staggering, but a new movement is making a big difference.
Veteran Pastor Michael Murphy says Church leaders are doing it tough as they try to shepherd their congregations through massive changes and tough times.
Growing up in a cult, Alex Davies was subjected to a brutal regime of torture and brainwashing which lead him to hate God.
Ouija boards and fortune telling might seem like harmless fun, but for some people dabbling with the occult has had terrifying results.
The Australian Christian Lobby’s Martyn Iles believes the state government took advantage of peoples’ fear of COVID-19, and they’ve been rewarded for it.
In a world where we’re more connected than ever by technology, we’re becoming increasingly disconnected from our in-person relationships.
Recent research has suggested that when made aware of their implications, the majority of Queenslanders actually don’t support the current abortion laws.
A new project aims to quantify the Church’s impact on the community. Nic Mackay explains how this work could help improve its reputation.
Psychiatrist Dr John Warlow on how to look after our whole selves – physical, emotional and spiritual, during the continuing crisis caused by COVID-19.
While in the mission field in West Africa, Ross Jones became completely paralysed, and doctors had no idea why.
When a friend invited him to Romania, Pastor Brad Hayes gave three reasons he couldn’t go. Within weeks God dealt with all of them.
Are powerful Christians like Prime Minister Scott Morrison and future Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barret blurring the line between Church and state?
What does it actually look like to operate your business according to that famous verse in today’s dog-eat-dog secular culture?
Pastor Clark Taylor, founder of Christian Outreach Centre churches offers some important lessons about how to talk, and listen to God.
Many Christians are afraid to ask why there is suffering, but Dr Amy Orr-Ewing says the Bible gives a unique and powerful answer.
Pastor David Drage is walking\ 14,500 kilometres around Australia, bringing a message of hope and encouragement to Churches.
Bill Muehlenberg says Victorians could soon be arrested for something they might do in the future.
What issues should Queensland Christians consider when casting their vote in the upcoming state election?
A new Bill is threatening the future of chaplains in Victorian schools. It uses Christians as a soft target, but it’s an attack on all religions.