Did you know that only 1% of the Olympic hosting nation is Christian?
A Soldier’s Guide to Preparing For the End Times
A Colonel with 32 years experience and a Pulitzer nominated journalist explain how the end times is a battle, and as God’s army, we need to be ready.
Do Modern Worship Songs Have Substance?
As performances in some Churches get more and more elaborate, are today’s worship songs are for entertainment or genuine worship?
Letting God Take Control of Your Business
When COVID-19 destroyed his business in one weekend, Jason Cronshaw prayed for wisdom, and learned to let God drive the bus.
Covid-19 is Challenging Australian Optimism
Three out of five Australians are feeling drained by the ongoing restrictions and uncertainty caused by Covid-19, according to new research.
Fostering Hope for Children in Need
Mary Dickins from Fostering Hope says we may be about to see a pandemic of children in need of out-of-home care.
Introducing the World’s First Donation Dollar
The Royal Australian Mint is circulating a new dollar coin to encourage charity. The Donation Dollar is the first of its kind in the world.
Investing in Uncertain Times
Investing is a scary prospect at the moment, but Darren Laudenbach says things haven’t changed as much as news reports suggest.
Calls to Cancel the Cultural Revolution
Even non-Christian thinkers like J. K. Rowling and Australian songwriter Nick Cave feels cancel culture has gone too far.
Australia’s Academic Freedom Under Threat
Legal expert Augusto Zimmerman warns an upcoming court case will decide the future of academic freedom in Australia.
Is Now a Good Time to Invest in Property?
Christian financial adviser Darren Laudenbach says the property market seems more robust than headlines and research predicted.
Keeping Your Church Healthy After Covid-19
What does a healthy Church look like? And what can you do to help your Church after Covid-19 threatened the connections that keep congregations together?
An Update on Vision from Our CEO
So far, 2020 has been a massive year for Vision. Insecurity, uncertainty, and fear can lead people to guard their resources carefully…
The Power of Online Church
When Jeff Vines’ church hired an online pastor in 2011, he was initially skeptical, but his attitude has now completely changed.
What is Baptism Anyway?
What is the real meaning of baptism? What counts as being baptised? And are you ready for it? Dr Brendan Roach has answers.
Is it Time to Leave the Job You Hate?
Covid-19 has caused disruption to almost all. But John Sikkema says this could actually be a chance to rethink your career and your calling.
In Uncertain Times, How Can We Trust God?
How do you hold onto your trust in God when facing so much danger and uncertainty? Paul Ryan says the key is understanding He hasn’t been caught off guard.
Weathering Storms with Resilience
What happens when your life doesn’t go according to plan? Sheridan Voysey shares his testimony building resilience to deal with the storms in his life.
Making Peace with Your Scars
Peter’s parents could never explain the fire that gave him his scars. This is the story of how God healed his pain, and his mother’s guilt.
Should Christians Get Involved in Politics?
The debate about whether people of faith should involve themselves in politics is as old as politics itself.
Understanding the Porn Free Movement
It is as addictive as drugs, and just as harmful. Paul Ninnes from Real Talk Australia says we’re all vulnerable, but the worst danger is to children.
How the Church can Respond to Covid Financial Pain
The worst financial consequences of Covid-19 may be ahead. Rosie Kendal says the Church needs to get ready now to lead our nation.
Why Marriage is Harder Than it Looks
Why is married life harder than it looks? And what makes it worth all the effort?
What is Forgiveness Anyway?
It’s something many of us struggle with. Paul Ryan says there are four key reasons why people struggle with forgiveness.
Evangelism in a Hurting World
2020 has been defined by droughts, bushfires, pandemics and protests. Anxiety is at an all-time high, and we’re only halfway through the year.