A Christian Perspective on the World Today


A Mother’s Prayer

At a loss to help her son with the deep depression he was experiencing, Emily Galbraith sought divine help

Five Questions with Dannielle Synot

Dannielle Synot is co-founder of Brave Enough, a “harm prevention” ministry dedicated to empowering people with hope, healing and freedom

A Different Plan

When I was a little girl, I would go stay at my grandmother’s house just to be away from home. My parents didn’t love one another.

God’s Promises for Your Future

How one woman's life changed from despair to hope.

Jessica Rowe on Love, Wisdom and Motherhood

Melody Tan talks to a former TV personality about the joys and struggles of being a mum in the twenty-first century.

Jeff Kennett Beats the Blues

A 20 year veteran of politics, Jeff Kennett sees his not-for-profit work addressing depression in Australia as more important.

“What Good is a Counsellor?”

There is wisdom in seeking a listening ear. Mary Barnabas considers the benefit of visiting a counsellor.

Talking about Depression

My doctor increased my antidepressant dose. This has resulted in side effects, such as a dry mouth and tingling in my hands.

Mirages in the Mirror

When we go shopping she does not want to use the public toilets because she hates seeing herself in those mirrors.

A Tale of Depression

It took almost 20 years before I was diagnosed with an underactive thyroid gland and treated for hypothyroidism.

Lonely to despair

A relationship break up can lead to depression and even suicidal thoughts. Getting help is imperative and medication should be approached holistically.

Contradictory Opinion

I have hope that some day I may cope without the pills, but for now I need them.