Stories about living the Christian Life
We have been confronted by disturbing images of suffering associated with the massive bushfires in New South Wales and Victoria over the Christmas period, including the emergency evacuation of Mallacoota by sea.
At Christmas, it is not surprising that I have been reflecting on the events surrounding the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ.
People all over the world deserve to hear the truth about eternal life. By the grace of God, we aim to tell it like it is, to as many people as possible, wherever they are.
Christmas can be a time of financial strain for many families. CAP (Christians Against Poverty) will help anyone who is facing hardship as a result of financial difficulty, and all of CAP's services are provided free of charge.
As any parent of young children knows, little people ask lots of questions. In fact, it has been estimated that an average pre-schooler asks about 40,000 questions.
The celebrated author of the EJ12 Girl Hero and EJ Spy School series and Fairy Tales for Feisty Girls and Bold Tales for Brave-Hearted Boys, is this November releasing a new Christmas title, The Who,
We have been entrusted with much! Are we ready to give an account? Or are we like the rich fool hoarding our stuff? In Luke 12:13-21 Jesus tells the story of the rich fool. Here was a man who accumulated lots of possessions.
Peter’s message was to remind them that they had been “given new birth into a living hope!”
Few creatures have inspired man to the same extent as the eagle. The bird rarely fails to stir the passion of anyone who has observed it soaring aloft.
As Christians, our identity is housed in Christ, not in what others think or say about us. The trouble is, what God teaches in relation to offense is almost the opposite of what society teaches.
Integrity is the only thing that doesn’t depreciate over time. Nothing takes longer to build than a godly reputation.
The fatherless have been adopted by the Heavenly Father, in whom we can have a childlike faith in, and cry out to as our Daddy.
Truth about yourself can seem elusive and even seemingly subjective when you listen to all the noise in the crowd.
I mess up frequently. I am sometimes stubborn. Wilful. God has a lot of work to do in me, even after 14 years of being a Christian.
These days, personal freedom is prized and institutions and rules are regarded with suspicion. We’ve learned a lot about grace in the last 50 years and we’re far more sensitive to the dangers of abuse of authority and legalism
The news of the passing of Billy Graham reverberated around the world. Peter and I were honoured to attend the funeral of this great man who God used to bless literally millions of people with
Graduation is often an emotional time for graduates and staff alike as we, at Malyon, farewell those into whom we have poured our lives.
It’s so easy to be anxious. I know, I’ve been there many times. We think that worrying about our problems will somehow fix them.
It's not always easy to do something you don't feel like doing even if you love doing it.
With many other Aussies, I have watched with amazement the rise of Donald Trump as a politician.
While I usually try to avoid sweeping generalisations, I think it may be fair to say that nearly all Christians have wrestled with doubts before.
Eternity! The word exploded in spectacular illumination contrasting the natural beauty of Sydney harbor. It was a profound statement to the world. That was New Year 2000, and it ushered in a new millennia.
Have you ever felt unappreciated? Have you felt like you put so much effort into something and do the very best that you can but you never get recognised for a job well done?
Economic systems are pervasive and consuming. Entrenchment in the economy of your world/nation/state will impact your worldview. Like yeast in bread, it will also invade and shape your faith.
There is limited time and we want to get the harvest in. We need to pray for workers to join us in Jesus’ mission of bringing in the harvest.