A Christian Perspective on the World Today


The happiest place

Why do so many Christians couples adopt children?

How to give your money away—and make it count

Australia and New Zealand are consistently ranked amongst the most generous nations in the world, but charities and the world around them are moving quickly. Braden Blyde explores the best ways to change lives overseas in an ever-changing world.

Muddy, crowded and desperate . . . but never hopeless

About one million Rohingya have fled Myanmar and are seeking sanctuary in Bangladesh. Aid worker Britt Celine Oldebraten discovered that, while the scale of the crisis is hard to grasp, the stories of individual refugees are all too real.

Suffering in silence

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.

They are not alone

Women and girls are facing violence in Papua New Guinea. But, says Maritza Brunt, there’s hope . . .

When drought hits home

Ashley Eisele reports on the impact that a shortage of food and water is having on one family in Africa—and what ADRA is doing to help.

The Winston Aftermath

Months after a devastating cyclone hit Fiji, locals are still picking up the pieces. This is how one aid agency is helping

Right on Track

In an environment marred by alcohol and crime, a group of Aboriginal children are getting a shot at life.

Help for those stuck in poverty

A community-based project is helping to improve the livelihoods of villagers in Myanmar.

Joy Amid Poverty

Oceans separate them, but they share the same hope.