Sometimes it's hard to get along with others, even the like-minded. Why do we need each other?
Daniel Livingston finds out what should Christians make of the fuss about seemingly innocuous carbon dioxide.
She's older than some of the people she cares for, but Christine Miles discovers this Senior New Zealander of the Year is still as determined as ever to help.
Fear is a gift, but it can also be a curse. Sally Salmond explains this unusual combination.
The King James Version is the most widely read Bible in the history of the English Bible. Bryan Ball tells the story.
Does one need to be in a grave before reflecting on your life? David Edgren finds easier and less grim ways.
Jarrod Stackelroth explores the faith behind the well-known movie star.
Christine Miles talks with a young New Zealander who has changed the way we think about our brains.
There are important links between faith and athletics
Can we imagine something better than an all-Christian world? asks Samir Selmanovic.
Nathan Brown talks to a young man with the world at his door, who isn't rushing into anything.
God created everything-including our sense of humour. Susan Johnstone tells the story of Stephen Hilaire-one of God's storytellers.