We all fear death, but the Bible assures us that death is not the end
We all experience grief at some point in our lifetime—but that doesn't make it easy to bear. Alina Kartman spoke with Julia Samuel about the importance of accepting this often negative issue
Loss, grief and death come to us all. It’s worth knowing in advance the truth about what happens when our loved ones die, and the Bible is surprisingly clear about what comes next.
New Zealand is faced with a historic vote on euthanasia this month, and who knows when other Australian states will follow Victoria’s lead? What do the results of legalisation in other countries tell us about the risks to vulnerable people?
We all experience grief and loss, but somehow there’s confusion about the “right way” to grieve. Let’s get some facts straight and note some useful and practical tips.
Looking forward to Jesus’ coming changes not only our view of the future, but the way we live today.
The season of giving marks a turning point in the great cosmic battle for our planet . . . and our hearts.
How could one tiny stroke of punctuation lead to so much confusion about what happens when we die?
Grief is never easy, but losing a loved one to suicide adds extra challenges and requires extra sensitivity from friends and family.
Grief is a hard journey, but it opens the way to some vital, if surprising, insights.
Is the fear matched by the facts?
There’s something deeply compelling in the courage of an apparently powerless person. Understanding this soul-response involves a journey to a hill crowned by a cross.