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40 Day Prayer & Worship Relay

The National 40 Day Prayer & Worship Relay is making a big impact on Australia, and Vision is proud to be part of it. Beginning on the 1st of March, churches and gatherings across the country have been praying day and night. Check out our prayer map and calendar to see all the action, and …Read More

‘The Fate of Children Caught in Marriage Breakups’ – Stephen Potts

“One of those really big risks of asking children for their views is that it directly draws them into the dispute between their parents.” “How old does the child have to be before they can choose where they live when their parents separate?” Family law specialist Stephen Potts from Neumann and Turnour lawyers in Brisbane …Read More

Taming the Black Dog – Dr Kevin Donnelly

Grief, loss, and hardship unaddressed can often lead to serious depression and illness. “It’s a matter of not giving up. So literature for me has been one of the foundation stones on which I’ve had to work through, losing my son James, and also working through growing up as a young boy in a violent …Read More

God Will Make It Up To You

‘I will repay you for the years the locusts have eaten.’ Joel 2:25 NIV Kristine Steakley writes: ‘Loss can make us feel forsaken and utterly destroyed… For many, divorce meant leaving the house we grew up in, our neighbourhood, our friends, our school… even our church because we were ashamed and heard condemnation from those …Read More

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Anzac Day Sport Underway

Thousands of keen punters have flocked to northern Sydney for what was claimed to be the biggest game of two-up in the southern hemisphere. An atmosphere of mateship and commemoration filled the Harbord Diggers club at Freshwater as bets were placed in an Anzac Day tradition. The game, which has its origins in the trenches …Read More

Australians Remember At Home and Abroad

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has commemorated ANZAC Day with Australian troops in the Middle East. Mr Turnbull has been visiting troops in Afghanistan and Iraq over the past two days. In Baghdad the Prime Minister awarded 15 service medals to special forces troops, thanking them for their service. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop represented Australia at …Read More

Indigenous Remember Diggers

Amid the wash of grey cloud and khaki and navy suits, the red, yellow and black stood out. Indigenous remembrances bookended the national Anzac Day service in Canberra. For the first time, indigenous diggers led the parade in front of the Australian War Memorial with members carrying the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags. And …Read More

Rare Coin Saves Church

An anonymous widow has donated a rare gold coin from 1866 to a US church. The woman, whose late husband was a collector of rare coins, says she wanted the church to purchase their own building. Christian today reports the coin is one of only 10 known surviving 1866 proof Liberty Head double eagles, inscribed …Read More

Child Drives 1300km Before Being Stopped

A 12-year-old boy could face charges after attempting to drive from New South Wales to Perth. The teenager made it from his home near Port Macquarie to Broken Hill some 1300 kilometers before being pulled over on Friday. He’s now being reunited with his family, but could prosecuted for failing to pay for petrol and …Read More

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