Alan Holman tells the story-behind-the-story of a remarkable woman and her place in Australian history.
Reflecting on the bold life of Martin Luther, Arthur Patrick explores how the light of God's Word was allowed to shine in the dark.
Arthur Patrick reveals the heart of a man willing to die-being burned at the stake-for his beliefs.
Is it possible that someone could give their life to save us all and yet be largely unknown? James Cullen tells one such story.
Arthur Patrick explores the lifework of William Tyndale, who said, "As a good surgeon cutteth away a putrefyed member, for the love he hath for the hole body, least it infecte the others members adjoynge to it."
Andrew Cate walked the Kokoda Track with six friends looking for adventure, and a better insight into a significant part of Australia's war history.
"War is all hell," said US General William Tecumseh Sherman after the American Civil War, a battle which, less than 100 years after America's birth, threatened to rip the nation asunder.
It is never easy to send someone off to war.Norman Young reflects on his father's heroic life.
Travel back in time with Arthur Patrick to an English churchyard in 1428. As robed churchmen watch intently, a man's bones are unearthed and thrown on a blazing fire. Why must all memory of him be destroyed?
Follow the apostle Paul to the ancient town of Corinth to learn about life, death and the future life.
A look at the facts behind this best selling novel - and now hit movie.
The story of Christ's death and resurrection is incredible, but look at the evidence for it.