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.
It’s estimated that as many as 360 million Christians worldwide face high levels of persecution or discrimination. Nearly 6000 Christians have been killed, and attacks made on over 5000 churches.
Celebrating the Christ of Christmas with Hilton Edwards, CEO of Bible League Australia.
The letter you are about to read is straight from the Father’s heart. He loves you. This is His love letter to you.
In Australia ... we’re uniquely prone to natural disasters. Whether they be Bushfires, devastating floods or cyclones, many Australians live in the firing line of powerful forces that can change, or end lives within moments. Many Christians have questions about God’s role in these disasters. And Atheists, arguing against our faith, often ask us ‘How ...Read More
‘Far more important than what we bring to Scripture is what God does to us through Scripture,’ says author and academic Dr David Starling. In his new book, he makes the case that to read Scripture well, you need to engage both your head and your heart. Dr Starling doesn't believe that any method or ...Read More
People will sometimes say: ‘I tried Christianity but it didn’t work for me.’