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A Christian Perspective on the World Today

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Brothers, New and Old

When I was 12 years old, I was asked by my church’s pastor to give a talk in front of the whole church. He...
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Conquering Cruelty with Love

In cell number eight in a prison in Pyongyang, a few frozen and emaciated prisoners had to endure an additional torture—the pungent smell and...
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Forgiving a Nazi

Would you be able to forgive someone who caused immeasurable suffering not only to you but also your family?
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Escaping from a radical family: Tara Westover’s story

For many, religious extremism brings to mind images of terrorism and violence in distant places—but for Tara Westover, the extremism was found far closer to home
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The entourage of Jesus

Jesus is known as a man of righteousness and goodness. . . but what were the people he surrounded himself with like
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From Bitterness To Forgiveness: How Do Christians Manage Conflict

We often view conflict as harmful—but are there any benefits to hashing it out that we can glean?
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Live to forgive

With Easter-time often comes hot cross buns, chocolate eggs and bunnies; but behind it all is the tragic love story of Jesus' death, and how it represents forgiveness.
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Why shall we “never forget them”?

Does remembering the Anzacs include accepting all the death, destruction, war crimes and racism that have been a part of Australia and New Zealand’s war involvement?
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What would you do to protect your children?

On February 1st 2020, the Abdallah and Sakr families lost four children to a drunk driver. A year on, i4give Day gives the community a chance to heal and reflect on the power of forgiveness.
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The art of forgiveness

To forgive someone who has hurt you takes commitment and discipline, but the positive results are worth it.
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God, please don’t let me die!

In a single moment, Hashim Garrett’s life was changed forever. He now knows anguish, depression and the incredible power of forgiveness.
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4 Ways to clear your name from shame

We all mess up and hurt others. But what we do next is crucially important.