Not one single person has made a greater contribution to world history than Jesus.
Noticing things which have become familiar doesn’t come easily. We have to consciously make an effort to notice, and strive not to lose the wonder in the familiar.
God wants us to be aware of His constant commitment to our lives. You just don’t stumble into spending time with God. You have to make a decision to do it.
I need to be much more intentional about noticing God’s handiwork, rather than getting caught up in the mundane of everyday life. I need to be seeking more opportunities to capture the awe-inspiring handiwork of our Creator.
Understanding that we are children of God, and the hope that brings us, can help us better manage and tackle mental health issues.
A vow is not something you do as a formula to get God to do what you want Him to do. If that’s how we look at it, we’ve missed the boat.
Everyone has that annoying colleague…and to be honest, one of our colleagues probably thinks that about us too!
We all have moments of procrastination. We live in a world marred by sin, so we all inevitably have to do things we don’t enjoy doing or find hard to do.
An attitude of gratitude is something we all need to have and be able to teach our children. We know that being thankful has physiological benefits, but it’s also good for our mental health and happiness. It is especially important for those of us with faith to practice gratefulness.
We all like a good celebration – a reason to rejoice – especially when it is something to do with us that is being celebrated!
The OM team in Romania is working alongside local churches to provide comfort and aid to those leaving Ukraine.
Sometimes it seems the nations of the world are racing toward greater conflict, even annihilation. What should we as Christians be doing in response?
Despite everything Kamal has seen his country go through over the last 50 years, he knows God is building His Church and raising a new generation of workers.
God has a plan for each of our lives so that they will be productive and fruitful. He wants us to be successful in everything He calls us to do.
1 in 5 Australians experience mental illness at some point in their lives. According to the latest census, if you share an office with 12 people, 1 person will have long term mental health issues.
It’s an honour to do life with God- your weekly encouragement from our Vision Chappies.
What do you consider as the first miracle of the Bible? Pastor Jeff Vines believes it to be when Jesus tells His disciples to divide 20,000 people up into groups of 50.
Many people who call themselves Christians are not, in fact, living the life of victory that Jesus came to give them. Somehow, the promise of victory just isn’t happening in their lives. Something has to change.
Every once in a while, something occurs that really stops you in your tracks and makes you think about what might happen. That is exactly what Richard Daniel experienced.
Hard things scare us because they take effort. Effort stretches us, and as we stretch, we grow. The truth is that growth inevitably always hurts in one way or another.
Trusting God doesn’t protect us from bad things happening. But it does give us peace knowing that when we don’t have the strength to face what’s coming, He will be there with us.
It’s a tough question, but what should we do when our kids reject our faith? Often what they really want is to explore life on their own terms. But it can be challenging to know how to respond, especially when we see them making choices we don’t agree with.
Abu’s method to live out Christ’s love on the football field in Zanzibar, Tanzania, is simple: ‘pray, play and say.
Kerrie Atherton has faced more than her fair share of physical and emotional trauma. But her faith in God has helped her to heal, and she’s now helping others going through similar challenges.
Do you think our world is bad today? Do you think we’re in trouble? Do you think we’re facing turmoil? Some might say we’re a walk in the park compared to first century Rome! The family was breaking down, the social structure was disintegrating and basic moral values were drifting by the wayside.