In recent times the realities of an ageing population, an emerging generation of workers and their subsequent new attitude to work have dawned on many business leaders.
The hardest part of change was leaving behind the old for the new. It can be a lonely time and many return to where they’ve left for fear of being alone, called foolish by the old, or perhaps rejected by the new.
Is honesty a trait that has been lost in our society?
The unemployment rate in Australia is at a record low. So, is now a good time to look into what opportunities exist for Christians?
Stress is a common and normal physical reaction to things that are challenging or new. It has both mental and physical aspects, and is something that we all have to deal with.
Whether we are doing it intentionally or not, we’re all building a life. We’re building influence and we’re all building a legacy.
Many of us have trouble controlling our use of social media. On our phones, something new always appears and demands our attention. When we get alerts about almost everything that’s going on in the world, it can become extremely distracting.
Christian views on gender, marriage and sexuality are increasingly seen as extreme. As a result, Christianity itself is increasingly marginalized.
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.
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.
Our Western nations have become fixated on the question of identity. And it’s not because they have had no identity markers in the past, they certainly did. But the modern progressive mindset is looking to something other than those past markers to forge a new identity going into the future.
Did you know that as many as one in five Australians are affected by mental illness every year? This is a problem that we cannot afford to ignore. The impacts are being felt across our communities, both on the health system and the justice system.
Have you ever prayed to God but didn’t feel Him answer? What do you do when this happens? All of us have times like this. But there are keys to understanding God and having a good relationship with Him. Investments we can make that will pay huge dividends.
Terminations being conducted as late as 37 weeks.
Between shorter attention spans and more diverse communities, communication isn’t getting easier. But great leaders know the importance of effective communication and are prepared to learn and adapt.
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.
Should we send our children to a public or independent Christian school? It’s a question many parents wrestle with as they try to find the best fit for their children’s education.
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.
In a society of increasingly diverse worldviews and beliefs, Australians are recognising diversity by listening to others, particularly when they have differing worldviews from their own.
Why is it that sometimes peacemaking feels like climbing Everest, and other times it almost flows without thought?
The last 15 years has seen significant growth in high skilled jobs. The economic marker of the knowledge economy is intellectual capital, enabling workers to have greater flexibility and freedom to conduct their work from wherever they are.
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.
Life used to fit around work. But now, to some degree, work fits around life. Many of us are now choosing to work from home most days because of the flexibility.
The decisions you make will impact your life. Make decisions that will reap benefits… because you will eventually reap what you sow.
R U OK is a conversation that needs to be had now more than ever. Justin Geange, ambassador for R U OK gives four simple tips on how.