A covenant between a man and woman that would fuse them together as one. So developing a good and strong marriage takes work and effort, so during this particular week we are partnering with other Christian organisations to uphold and strengthen our belief in marriages, check out the Marriage Week website for more information
For resources on rekindling the romance in a fun, enjoyable way through the 'The Great Aussie Date Night', click here
Hannah Boland is a comedian, author, public speaker and jazz pianist. She loves performing, inspiring and making people laugh. But the hardest work she does is her work as a mother. Boland has suffered the loss of four babies, and these tragedies have effected her deeply. She spoke to Morning Cafe’s Shelly Scowen about how she has dealt with the hardship in her life, and maintained her faith throughout.
I felt his hand physically reach down inside me and just lift this huge burden off me. And it was like I could breathe again.
Mrs Boland was brought up in a Christian household, but left God as a teenager. It was the pressure of maintaining her marriage and fighting the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue, just after the birth of her first child, that brought her back to church. She said she felt so overwhelmed by her situation that she gave herself to God, and asked for his forgiveness.
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Should Australian companies be pushing ‘marriage equality’ on their consumers? “I think we should do what Margaret Court did and communicate publicly our displeasure at the company replacing service with sermons.” – David Pellowe
“There really are serious implications for how Christians live out their faith in the new world where marriage is redefined. It’s amazing children are being exposed at such a young age to this highly explicit sexual material.”
Who is telling the truth? At the time of writing, 74.5% of the postal votes had been returned with polling in support of the YES vote at 60%.