For many of us, change holds the power to stir up fear. We seek comfort in control, and we look to the future and plan accordingly.
If you are finding it hard to connect with God, to reset yourself, just do this – make a list of everything you are grateful for right now.
Valentine’s Day is often associated with romantic love, but there’s an alternative way to celebrate this day if we shift our focus to Christ.
There is a preacher and a story teller in each of us, and we need to soften the preacher and develop the story teller.
Life happens. I have experienced such highs and lows together: where one thing is working so beautifully and another is literally torn apart.
You may have broken your New Year’s resolutions already, but don’t be discouraged. Tomorrow is another fresh start. You are loved regardless.
Somewhere in all the goal-setting, planning, and racing, we lose the ability to honestly reevaluate the things God has spoken to us about.
What’s the best predictor of future success? It’s one thing to say, “persevere”, another to identify the reasons we are likely to give up.
Mark Stevens’ life started to unravel in the midst of his success. But on his descent into darkness, Mark found Jesus.
In moments of suffering and despair, we often wonder for if God is really with us. Do we trust Him more than we trust ourselves?
Jesus promised joy to those who followed him, and the apostle Paul linked joy to experiencing God’s presence.
A life built on the foundation of Jesus’ words will withstand life’s storms.
Many of us were highly motivated in the past and had real clarity about our path. But somewhere along the way a nagging uncertainty set in.
So what do we do when despite our best efforts, attempts at peace are ‘one-sided’? A big part of the answer is found in Romans 12:17-18.
Teenage son tells her “God gives his hardest challenges to his strongest warriors.”
This Christmas, may your household and heart be filled with the presence of God and may the Lord bless you and keep you.
So many times we get life advice from people who frankly have no business giving it. Here’s a tip, if you wouldn’t want to walk a mile in their shoes, don’t take advice from them.
Drought often serves as a source of brokenness for many farmers, accompanied by challenges like managing family concerns and income issues.
Eugene from Darra in Queensland struggled to get through the toughest year of his life after a nasty divorce. Then, when his business collapsed, he was on the brink of suicide.
Trish from North Lakes in Queensland shares the impact God has had on her life since she accidentally tuned into Vision radio in her car.
Alisa from Rockhampton in Queensland shares her grief and struggles after losing her brother and how listening to Vision turned her life around.
Mukesh and Margaret from Murwillumbah in NSW joined DJ and Felicia on Rise and Shine to share their harrowing experience during the April floods in Murwillumbah.
Decluttering is a process that never ends. We may get to a place where we get the clutter under control, but then, life continues to happen.
Delilah Matos uses her skills as a boxer to embrace her mission of empowering women through the transformative love of Jesus.
There are certain milestones in our business that when reached tempt us to think that we have arrived. The day you get investor funding, pay off a sizable business loan from a bank, accumulate a strong social media following or sign-up a big client, can all feel like momentous achievements. But the reality is they are only the beginning, the climb is up ahead.
Peter Irvine, Executive Coach for Business On Purpose, unpacks why business must be seen as a journey and not a destination.