Nina Atcheson looks at how to get the most out of your life.
Being quick to judge is rarely beneficial. Scott Wegener shares a window of learning in his experience.
Femininity creates a desire to be beautiful and to make the world a more beautiful place. Michele Howe explains.
How much of your "stuff" could you live without? Kristel Rae finds a microcosm of her life in her bathroom cupboard.
"Jesus said it sums up all the Scriptures but are Christians-and other religions- living it in the world today?" asks Samir Selmanovic.
Much has been written about the mark of the beast and the antichrist in the book of Revelation. But what is the mark of a Christian?
Why do we want what isn't ours? Loron Wade reflects on the selfish nature of humanity and suggests a solution.
Annual Australian gambling revenue is $A17 billion dollars. Yet it doesn't produce anything, increase overall wealth or manufacture any goods.
Where do you get your strength? Glenis Lindley discusses the thoughts that plague many of us.
Building a dream home can turn into a nightmare. Kellie Hancock found that a sense of humour helps and shares some lessons she's learned while "in the zone."
Why are two little words so hard for us to say? Victor Parachin explores the benefits of saying, "I'm sorry."
A best-selling book with various celebrity endorsements is no guarantee of spiritual truth. Adele Nash considers the hype surrounding The Secret.