How to Banish Screens and Make Mealtimes Matter

By: Dr Justin CoulsonMeal time matters. It’s a widely acknowledged fact. Researchers have found that families that eat their meals together have children who are 35% less likely to engage in disordered eating, 24% more likely to eat healthier foods and 12% less likely to be overweight.Family...

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Phil chats with Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein (6/7)

https://www.wayfm.org.au/podcast-player/16892/phil-chats-with-tasmanian-premier-peter-gutwein-6-7.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 8:27 | Recorded on July 5, 2020Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | SpotifyThe Tasmanian Premier had a small window of opportunity and dropped by the Way FM...

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The ‘Gift’ of COVID

By: Robert GarrettI was recently talking to the Head of Human Resources for a large organisation about their corporate strategy. During our chat she said something that caught my attention, “to be honest, COVID has been a gift”. It was an odd phrase in light of the current state of the...

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10 Promises to Declare over Your Family

By: Sabrina PetersThere are so many great things that we can do (and should do) for our kids, but in the midst of all the practical demands may we never forget our role as their parent is to raise spiritual giant killers (not obedient robots).Our role as their parents is to pray for them, guide...

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5 Tips to Make Minimalism Work for Your Family

Right now, small is big. Minimalism is popular everywhere: tiny houses, 30-item wardrobes, basic food diets and simpler lifestyles.  Author: Stephanie Carroll | Focus On The Family. A couple of months ago I watched a documentary that showed a man living with the bare essentials in mostly empty...

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