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 death of Queen Elizabeth II and whether the monarchy will change direction under King Charles, should Australia remain a realm of the Commonwealth, and what will happen with Charles as King and Camilla as Queen consort?
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?
Martyn Iles, the Managing Director of the Australian Christian Lobby, spoke with Neil Johnson, host of 20Twenty, about the passing of Queen Elizabeth II and concerns for the monarchy’s future under King Charles’ leadership.
We’ve had all kinds of things coming our way since the start of 2020, like COVID, the Ukraine-Russian war, disputed US elections, an energy crisis, food shortages, and a dramatic rise in inflation. Dr Kameel Majdali discusses how we can prepare for what’s ahead.
Most of us have had personal experience dealing with financial hardship. Right now, there’s a lot of concern about the rising cost of living, and when so much is beyond our control, it can be a frightening prospect.
Many of us know that financial conflict is one of the most common causes of marriage breakdowns. Cost of living increases and rising interest rates are placing even more strain on relationships, with families struggling to keep up.
How do we build collective action in the Christian community? Generating excitement, motivating believers and supporting them with resources is a great place to start.
His Excellency Mr Amir Maimon, Israeli Ambassador to Australia, visited Vision Christian Media’s studios to discuss his plans to create stronger relations with Australia.
Identity theft is something that many people have to deal with today. Credit cards remain one of the most common ways that people’s identities are stolen. How big of a problem is identity theft? Are there any other places we could be at risk?
One of the hardest things for people who work in Christian ministry or as missionaries is making sure they have enough money to live on. You might feel like God is calling you to do something, but sometimes that can come at the cost of your financial stability.
A crucial aspect of our Christian faith is overcoming our financial worries. Our perspective on money has an impact on our families and how we raise our children. Fear of money is a learned behaviour and a significant roadblock to improving our present situation. Justin Pagano leads 1010 Life, an organisation that helps parents raise [...]
When things don’t go as planned and unexpected problems come up, it can be hard to deal with. It’s normal to feel worried, confused, and scared. That’s where organisations like Pregnancy Help Australia can help.
The past few years have left Australians reeling from the shock of forced mandates, lockdowns, arrests for not wearing a mask, and police brutality that included pepper spraying and shooting Australian citizens with rubber bullets for peacefully protesting. Many are wondering whether we are living in the last days.
Dr Kameel Majdali brings clarity to the confusing times we face post-pandemic. Highlighting issues such as recession, inflation and the war in Ukraine, Kameel speaks about the new normal we find ourselves in.
Almost 1 in 20 young people aged 15 to 19 became homeless for the first time during the COVID 19 pandemic. The reasons ranged from domestic violence, drug and alcohol, unstable employment, mental illness and the negative impacts of COVID.
People you have a particular affinity with are often those who’ve prepared for the fight and stood by your side. Like soldiers who serve together, there is a special camaraderie amongst Christians facing a common enemy.
Can you imagine being surrounded by the freshest produce, in the best kitchen but not knowing how to prepare a meal? For many Christians, that’s exactly what reading the Bible feels like. We just don’t know how to utilise it effectively.
Cost of living pressures along with interest rate rises are causing people to feel financial stress. However, there are some timeless investment strategies that can get us through tough times.
Jordan Peterson is an intellectual clinical psychologist and international bestselling author who rose to fame when he took a public stand against secular left ideologies, especially on transgender issues. He refused to join the gender identity bandwagon stating that men and women are different and all the left-wing baloney would cause more harm than good.