What’s waiting for you under the Christmas tree may seem exciting, but there’s something far greater . . .
God so desperately wanted to be close to us that He sent His beloved Son to be born as a human baby, to live among us and to give Himself as a willing sacrifice. There’s only one thing left to do, and it depends on you and me.
Nathan Brown’s Advent accompanies the reader on an unexpectedly deep yet accessible journey into the Christmas story.
The Bible doesn’t use the word Trinity. So does the idea of a triune God come from original Christian belief or was it invented afterwards?
The season of giving marks a turning point in the great cosmic battle for our planet . . . and our hearts.
Sleeping on the streets gave me a tiny insight into the soul-destroying reality of homelessness.
Find out where to catch your nearest 'Road to Bethlehem' or similar event
Celebrate the festive season in a unique Aussie or Kiwi way.
The festive season is a time for giving. Yet many of the edible gifts we give may be recipes for disease further along. Why not present a loved one with something tasty and that benefits their health?
The Trinity, or “God-head,” has been one of the most controversial Christian teachings, especially in the early part of Christian history, says Loren Seibold.
Bjorn Karlman reflects on Jesus’ descent from heaven to earth to live and die among us, from the point of view of the father of a two-year-old.
Nancy Schafner reflects on the implications of the biblical statement that “God is love”.