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Christians Rescued from Dire Persecution

Barnabas Aid has enabled oppressed Christians to travel to Australia through Operation Safe Havens

Extreme Sports Ministry Helps Struggling Soldiers

Soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder are getting a dose of adventure and hope

Asian Ministry Recommends Adaptable Approach

Asian Access says a “one size fits all” approach to sharing the Gospel doesn’t work

Daystar Studio Destroyed by Fire Bomb Attack

The attack took place on Saturday morning

“Chappy Week” Honours School Chaplains

Queenslanders are celebrating the work of chaplains in schools

New Anglicare Project Educates Homeless Youths

The initiative teaches them about good nutrition and food preparation

North Korean Christian Helps Defectors

Kim Yong-hwa runs a South Korean-based ministry that helps other North Korean defectors find their way to safety

Indian Christians Under Pressure

Christian families face being cut off from amenities and land if they don’t convert to Hinduism

Mission Team Impacts Young Russians

The students organise club activities, lead discussions, and show an example of God’s love just by living there.

Christian Broadcaster Targets North Korea

Far East Broadcasting Company says many North Koreans have never heard about Jesus

Marriage Vote

Lyle Shelton Eyes Senate Possibility

Traditional marriage campaigner Lyle Shelton has his sights set on a seat in the Senate.

Margaret Court Shuns Aussie Open

Tennis legend Margaret Court has turned her back on the Australian Open this year and will go crabbing instead.

First Legal Same-Sex Marriages in January

Australia’s first legal same-sex marriages will go ahead in January after a marathon session of parliament passed laws.

Australians endorse Same Sex Marriage

Australians have given same-sex marriage their approval with a 61.6 percent

Concerns Over Same Sex Marriage Bills

Lawyers criticise alternative same-sex marriage bill as an “extraordinary and perilous” winding back of anti-discrimination laws.

Alternative Bill Considered Over Same-Sex Marriage

Conservative MPs are reportedly working on an alternative bill to legalise same-sex marriage if the postal survey returns a yes vote.

Last Chance to Vote

The marathon run up to the postal vote on same sex marriage is almost at an end – any forms received after 6pm on Tuesday will not be counted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Pollsters Predict “Yes” Defeat

The Analytics Lab at Griffith University has reviewed opinions across Twitter and results point to a win for those supporting traditional marriage.

Traditional Marriage Campaigner – “Done Our Best”

Lyle Shelton says win or lose, the fight to protect freedom of speech, freedom of religion will continue.

Concern over Religious Freedom Guarantees

FOUR million Australians are yet to have their say on same-sex marriage postal survey, and today could be their last chance.

Latest News

PNG’s Dual Citizenship Frustrations

Papua New Guinea’s prime minister has told a court he’s never been an Australian citizen amid questions about his eligibility to hold office

Losing Streak Comes To An End For Relieved Panthers

An ugly win gets the Panthers the points over the Eels

Medhurst Faces off with Old Mates

35-year-old Nat Medhurst will come face to face with her former Fever teammates at Bendigo Stadium on Saturday

President Trump Cooperates with Investigations

President Donald Trump continues to grapple with questions surrounding the 2016 election

Australia Not Relying on Talent

Despite having a raft of NBA-talent to call upon, the reigning NBL MVP is under no illusion about the task confronting the national side

Cricket World Cup Preview

When the first ball is bowled at The Oval on Thursday, only 10 teams will be vying to be world champions, the smallest number since 1992

Pressure on for Adani Start

Adani and state environment department officials had met on Thursday to agree on a deadline to finalise approvals the mine needs to proceed

MacKay Joins NSW Leadership Race

Frontbencher Jodi McKay has promised to make education a key priority if elected leader of the New South Wales Labor Party.

Scott Morrison Returns to Queensland

In his first trip since being returned as prime minister, Scott Morrison choked back tears while visiting a couple in the state’s north-west

Six New Socceroos Unveiled For South Korean Friendly

First choice internationals missing as Australia opts for fresh faces

Buddy Back For Struggling Swans

Sydney to finally get their star forward back after a month on the sidelines.

Almost A Hundred Jobs Gone in Fonterra Shutdown

Dairy processing plant to close its doors, leaving workers out in the cold

Christians Rescued from Dire Persecution

Barnabas Aid has enabled oppressed Christians to travel to Australia through Operation Safe Havens

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