According to Doug Batchelor, we all have the opportunity to inherit an immense fortune.
Robert Wearner explains that in spite of its apparent solidity, the earth under our feet is constantly changing.
Felicito Fernando wasn't sure he could answer "Yes" when asked whether he was saved. The answer he found to this question may help you to answer it too.
Embrace all of life and love it, says Ronda Armstrong, for even the parts we perceive as bad will contribute to its beauty.
People cope with life's bad news in different ways, but among the best is a sense of humour, as Parkinson's sufferer Alan Holman discovered.
A disaster can bring out the best in us, but it is sad that it often takes one to do so.
Some people believe the world is getting better and better, but Clifford Goldstein points out that Jesus dispelled that idea some 2000 years ago.
The future is all about knowing, and when you know the future, what do you do with the information? Malcolm Potts gives one clear answer worth heeding.
Just days after devastating fires ripped through rural Victoria, Adele Nash spoke with one family who'd lost everything. Almost.
Nathan Brown explores how the promise of God's judgment gives life meaning now.
Cristian Copaceanu inspects the judgment scene at the end of the Bible. What will it reveal about God?
In different ways, all Australians have been affected by drought. Daniel Reynaud ponders the meaning of hope amid the dry.