Yes, it’s uncomfortable to think about domestic violence, let alone confront it. But the alternative is unthinkable.
I felt completely helpless and hopeless—prescription drugs had destroyed my life. But it wasn't the end of my journey
Brought up never to raise a hand against a woman, what does a man do when his partner turns violent? Kent Kingston explores the hidden flipside of domestic violence.
As the problems associated with crystal methamphetamine addiction ramp up, is forced rehabilitation the answer?
David Robertson is director of Safe Places Services, a Seventh-day Adventist organisation dedicated to safeguard churches from sexual abuse and provide support for victims of the crime.
Dannielle Synot is co-founder of Brave Enough, a “harm prevention” ministry dedicated to empowering people with hope, healing and freedom
Winning Australian Idol 2009 may have changed the externals of his life, but inside it's already been transformed. Melody Tan chats to Stan Walker.
Teens need to live their own lives and take responsibility for them. Nobody wants to see them make a mess of it.
His life spiraled out of control. Then, about to crashland, he came to his senses. Tony Lungren describes his journey to God.
I have no social life, and my children are growing up and will soon leave home. I am in urgent need of help.
From a dream of becoming an actor to a life of drugtaking and prostitution, Bronwen Healy fell to where only God could pick her up, as Joanne Brian tells.
When I was upset and needed a hug, he gave me one-but it went further.
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