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Cardboard therapy

For an increasing number of people, tabletop gaming is a passionate hobby that most of us have no idea about. What is most surprising, then, are the lessons it can teach us about life.

Little blue shed

Tanja Curcic left the 9–5 corporate hustle to bring hope to girls and women living in rural Uganda.

Solving the World Cup Puzzle

Not sure how to feel about this year’s football World Cup? Here is some information that can help you decide.

Grief and the Church

We all experience hardship. The only question is: do you have a loving community to support you when pain comes knocking?

These megatrends will change our world

A recent CSIRO report identifies seven "global megatrends" shaping the twenty-first century. Are we prepared?

5 lessons from the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

He’s "the faithful spy" and a modern martyr, but Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s life and teachings are more than just historical monuments—they’re lessons for us all.

Will the metaverse really change the future?

There's plenty of talk about Metaverse, NFTs and our shared virtual future. Here's a guide to getting your head around what it all means.

Surviving suicide: Is there hope for those left behind?

You might find it surprising, but the Bible offers comfort, not condemnation after someone takes their own life.

An antidote to addiction

Andrew is a drug addict, but found an unlikely antidote to his addiction: a loving connection.

The final wake-up call

We all need a wake-up call now and again. This one has cosmic repercussions.

There is no hell

A devil with a pitchfork, fire and brimstone, and unending torture: this is the classical picture of hell. But is there a better alternative to consider?

The science of dining

It's hard to believe it, but once upon a time the dinner table changed the world. Can it do that again?