As we are all required to keep a physical distance from others, and while churches have closed the doors to the buildings, the church is still meeting...online. Below is a list of "virtual services" offered by churches in our area, with links, so you can join in....
In a world where everything feels out of control, embrace the things that are familiar and safe and find small things to be thankful for in your everyday.
Christian: Don’t assume that your friends already know the message Jesus brought to the world, don’t assume it’s common knowledge.
Businesses Should Beware of Becoming a Crisis Chameleon and Straying Too Far from Their Brand Identity
While significantly changing your business in the face of crisis can open up opportunities for maintaining momentum, business leaders must tread carefully.
The COVID-19 Pandemic is wreaking havoc across our world and yet, God is at work through it all, teaching us things that we might not otherwise learn.
Australian Churches will be allowed to conduct Easter services — but worshippers will still have to stay home and watch the services by live-streaming.
Even as advice and measures keep changing, there are powerful ways people of faith can help the community through COVID-19.
An interview with Dr. Justin Denholm, infectious disease consultant and medical director of the Victorian Tuberculosis program.
When home schooling, start at the same time as kids would normally start with the attitude that this isn’t a holiday, it’s working space and time.
When working from home, it really helps to have a signal or sign that tells others you live with, “I’m working and not available for any interruptions”.
A recent survey reveals that only 6% of Aussies are actually panic buying, but it’s ripple effect is causing the shortages we are seeing in the aisles.
Stop using your credit card. Your frequent flyer points are no good when airlines are grounded; and debit cards can do everything a credit card can.
This article provides you with information released up until Tuesday 31st March in regards to COVID-19