A Christian Perspective on the World Today
Work is a big part of life—but can people be slaves to it? Bruce Manners goes through practical steps to prevent burnout.

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Episode 27 - Laughter

Laughter is contagious. It releases tension, breaks though our defences and helps us connect with everyone from close family to total strangers. In very real ...

Who Am I?

Many people struggle with questions of purpose, meaning and identity. Kent Kingston is no exception, but finds the Bible is a great place to look for answers.

No Laughing Matter

What are the early warning signs of dementia? And is there any way to prevent it in the first place? Vania Chew says the answers may be simpler than you think.

Worth Dying For?

Christians are amongst the most persecuted people on the planet. Why would anyone practice faith under threat of death? James Standish explores the question.
Can an Aboriginal person be fully Christian without denying their cultural heritage? Kent Kingston explores recent books, music and movies that touch on the issue.

Feeding the homeless or the ego?

The "humble-brag" — is it a way to feed one's ego, or is there a greater benefit behind sharing good deeds.

Reaching for the summit

Life is an uphill battle for many marginalised young people in New Zealand, particularly Māori. But educator Julene Duerksen-Kapao has big dreams for these kids and is committed to walking alongside them, one step at a time.
In baptising her son, Melissa Howell experienced the power of this most ancient of Christian rites.

Show us the Father

In his years as a counsellor, Jeris Bragan has found that despite anger and trauma, most of us have a deep need for a loving and powerful Father.

Truth Seekers

Life includes big questions—How can I find inner peace? Why is there so much suffering in the world? Is there a God? Three men's quest for answers changed the world
Eating around the clock has become common. But could nibbling over an extended time period be harming your health?

The healing power of green time

Darren Morton says that one way to lift your mood is simply to open your front door and step outside!

The great drug debate (Part 2): Against drug legalisation

We asked two vocal participants in the drug law reform debate to each contribute an article explaining their position. Both writers offer statistics, historical examples and suggestions on the best way forward. What’s the solution? You be the judge.
The greatest mind of the 20th century said he found God in music. Ty Gibson explains.

Killing Time

In our increasingly safe and sanitised Western culture, we turn to gaming and movies to satisfy our thirst for blood. But, asks Mark Hadley, how is violent entertainment affecting us?

Devices may be making us smarter, but is there a catch?

Like many parents, Suvi Mahonen is worried about the hours kids are spending staring at screens.
Should we judge public figures by their private behaviour? What does this dissection of other's misdemeanours reveal about the darkness in our own hearts?

Not like the movies . . .

The second coming of Christ as outlined in the Bible is a reality that you won’t miss, as Bjorn Karlman explains.

Mr Eternity: The story of Arthur Stace

Between the 1930s to 1960s, the word eternity was written in chalk around Sydney. The mysterious figure resonsible was Arthur Stace—But who was the real Mr Eternity?