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Divorce can rip your life apart. But hard experiences— and a few helpful tips—can teach you how to survive and thrive.

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Episode 49 - The grand, unified theory . . . of the chair

We talk about chairs in this episode . . . a lot. Take a seat . . .

The ultimate cave rescue

The whole world watched as 13 lives hung in the balance, trapped in a Thai cave. But the world itself is also awaiting rescue.

Leaving porn and practising purity

Dancing and movie star dreams led Brittni De La Mora into the porn industry. She tells her story in this Q&A interview.

The Catholic comeback

Two centuries ago, it looked like the age of the popes was over. But that’s not what the Bible predicts, and that’s not what happened.
An ugly wasteland, an indomitable dream, an early retirement, a legacy of love. By Suvi Mahonen

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.

Are You a Workaholic?

Work is a big part of life—but can people be slaves to it? Bruce Manners goes through practical steps to prevent burnout.
Do you need to understand something completely before you can trust it? Please, take a seat.

A Father’s love

If you're a parent, you've probably caught a glimpse of how God's insistence on justice is just as important as His love.

4 Ways to clear your name from shame

We all mess up and hurt others. But what we do next is crucially important.
How a baking disaster led to a journey of self-discovery

Unhealthy obsession

You might have a friend who’s often teased for being a control freak. But the reality of obsessive compulsive disorder is no joke.

Prostate problems

It's hard to know if a man should be more vigilant or more relaxed when it comes to the threat of prostate cancer
Mainstream science is clear: the miracle of life took billions of years to evolve. But what if the data suggest something else altogether?

Beautiful maths

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?
The constant negative themes running through popular culture are concerning. Is there a better way?

To the glory of God alone

You're probably heard the Hallelujah chorus, or even the whole of Handel's Messiah. But what's the story behind the music?

Anzac soldiers speak

Book Review: Anzac Spirituality: The First AIF Soldiers Speak, by Daniel Reynaud