BibleProject’s videos have clocked up over 200 million views and counting, and they’ve recently launched a free educational platform.
The World Health Organisation, in responding to the misinformation surrounding COVID, has aptly labelled our current state an ‘infodemic’.
To all the mumma’s out there, this is for you! A standing ovation of praise and gratitude for all your service and sacrifice.
In 2021, Australians will look for ways to maintain a slower pace of life, greater work/life integration, time savings and a focus on their wellbeing.
“We’re all grappling with our history and what happened, and [asking] How do we understand? …and ‘How do we come together as a nation?’
There can be a temptation to believe that the more knowledge we attain about God, the more our faith will grow and develop.
Studies have discovered that children who were expected to participate in doing chores developed a stronger work ethic, leading to greater success in life.
A Macquarie Dictionary senior editor said the Word of the Year competition is the one time of year where the public can have their input.
Our response when we fail can either set us on a path of deeper connection with God, freedom and forgiveness, or years of shame, guilt and condemnation.
This perfectly healthy dessert is packed with so much flavour and perfectly paired with cream or vanilla coconut ice cream!
The year 2020 will go down in history as one of the most unprecedented and challenging years of modern times.
A year on from the tragic car crash that killed three of their children, Danny and Leila Abdallah are urging others to embrace forgiveness.