How can we as Christians prepare for the effects of harder economic times and apply biblical wisdom around money?
For many parents, paying for their child’s Christian education is a huge financial sacrifice, but it at least ensures that their child will not be exposed to woke culture and other extreme views taught in government schools.
Is there a secret to raising responsible children? Good connections, learning what true happiness is, and cultivating an environment of gratitude and purpose may help families overcome many of the challenges they face today.
How would you describe the gospel in Australia? How do we get Christians to want to share it again? This question can be asked in any culture and at any time. The Bible gives us explicit instructions about proclaiming salvation and making disciples of all the nations.
The story of God giving the Ten Commandments to Moses and the Israelites is one of the most well-known parts of the Old Testament.
How do you feel about money? Some people love it, some hate it, and some are fearful of it. But what is money? Does it even exist? Dr Natanael Costea is a pastor, a speaker, and an emotional intelligence coach. He joined Neil Johnson on 20Twenty to discuss the spiritual aspects of money and the principles he learned from his Jewish heritage about the blessings God pours on those who invest in His Kingdom.
What is the role of wealth creation in transforming our world? We know that Jesus said this is one of the things at the heart of what it means to be a Christian. We have to have our financial priorities in place. But how do we actually go about creating wealth?
The unemployment rate in Australia is at a record low. So, is now a good time to look into what opportunities exist for Christians?
Peter Hammond has been a pioneering missionary to nations like Mozambique, Angola and Sudan. He knows what it means to be in danger for the advancement of the Gospel. In the course of his missionary activities, Peter has been ambushed; he’s come under aerial and artillery bombardments; he’s been stabbed, shot at, beaten by mobs, tortured, waterboarded, arrested and imprisoned.
There are many things we take for granted in Australia, including institutions like our public education and healthcare systems. Are Christians missing out on the out chance to have some input and influence in these institutions?
In 1998, Sam Childers made his first trip to Sudan to help rebuild villages destroyed by civil war. After stumbling over the body of a child torn apart by a landmine, Sam made a pledge to God to do whatever he could to help the people of Sudan. He has been a controversial figure as a preacher with a Bible in one hand and a machine gun in the other. Sam rose to fame after Hollywood released the film The Machine Gun Preacher, starring Gerard Butler.
Kameel Majdali is currently touring Australia, presenting his Understanding the Times: Turning the Corner tour. Vision Christian Media hosted a live-streamed event at their studios where Kameel answered questions relating to the rapture, evangelising, and church attendance.
When we think chaos is coming, it’s easy to worry about the future. But how can we use the Bible to help us deal with hard times?
Understanding the Times Tour: Turning the Corner Part 3 Q & A on the World Economic Forum, Digital Currency & China
Kameel Majdali is currently touring Australia, presenting his Understanding the Times: Turning the Corner tour. Vision Christian Media hosted a live-streamed event at their studios where Kameel answered questions relating to the world economic forum, digital currency, and the threat of China.
Sparklit has been a part of helping Christian writing that changes lives for more than ten years. The Australian Christian Books of the Year for 2022 have just been announced, and the quality is outstanding.
Understanding the Times Tour: Turning the Corner Part 2 Q & A on One World Religion & Climate Change
Kameel Majdali is currently touring Australia, presenting his Understanding the Times: Turning the Corner tour. Vision Christian Media hosted a live-streamed event at their studios where Kameel answered questions relating to a one-world religion, how to regularly read your Bible and how should Christians respond to climate change?
Since Joe Biden became the President of America, the global superpower is now seen around the world as weak and divided. Biden has made some disastrous moves; the most highlighted was the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Dr Kameel Majdali, the founder of Teach all Nations ministry joined Neil Johnson, host of 20Twenty for a special live streamed event hosted at Vision’s studios. This article covers the special Q & A segment where listeners were able to have their questions answered by Kameel on the topic of the British Monarchy.
Christian friendships and relationships have a lot of different dimensions. They can be anything from a close marriage and romance to best friends for life, or even just good friends or coworkers with whom you get along well.
As we all take time to think about Queen Elizabeth’s life and legacy, it’s important to remember how her Christian faith shaped her long and successful reign. In Australia, many mainstream news sources haven’t even mentioned her deep personal faith.
When Diana was 19, she visited Hong Kong and witnessed Chinese nationals being shot as they tried to swim across the Sham Chun River to escape Communist China. This had a deep impact on her, and twenty years later, God prompted her to take action after a lady gave her a book called God’s Smuggler by Brother Andrew.
The political climate in Australia is one of constant change, and that can make it particularly difficult for Christians to keep up. It is very important to hold our government accountable, especially when it comes to how taxpayer money is spent.
You don’t have to look any further than the most recent headlines to see that we live in uncertain times. Many people think the world has never been more hostile to Christians than it is now, especially since the cancel culture continues to target people who aren’t seen as politically correct.
Did you know that 4 out of 5 weddings today are performed by civil celebrants? In most Western nations, marriages have been traditionally performed in a church by a Christian minister or a priest. But preferences are changing. Our population has become more diverse, and one of the biggest changes is the number of people having secular weddings.
Our economic worldview shapes our future. We know that certain things prevail economically and politically, but what happens when we add our Christian perspective to the mix?