Things we forget about Martin Luther King Jr
Growing reverence for Martin Luther King Jr as an iconic leader of the Civil Rights Movement has come at the cost of forgetting—or diminishing—some key aspects of his life, his work and his voice.
Planted and growing
Should people show lifetime stability in their decisions or should they rather permanently explore and be open to change?
Walk With Us
Understanding the "Uluru Statement from the Heart" and what it means for Australia.
Does Prayer Work?
"Thoughts and prayers" are often sent out without considering how the second part really works. Turns out that most people don't understand prayer—and that might be the whole point.
The Good Place: great questions, medium answers
The popular NBC comedy series, The Good Place, tackles the big questions—ethics, philosophy and destiny. But, chuckles aside, how accurate was its depiction of the afterlife? Warning: Spoilers ahead.
God’s generous gift
What’s waiting for you under the Christmas tree may seem exciting, but there’s something far greater . . .
31 Days of Christmas
Nathan Brown’s Advent accompanies the reader on an unexpectedly deep yet accessible journey into the Christmas story.
Investing in nonviolence
Amid war-torn Afghanistan, an Australian writer discovers a dedicated group of young people who want to fight back . . . with peace.
When you’re angry at God, pray. When there’s nothing left that’s worth saying, pray.
If you’re proud of your humility, you’ve missed the point!
Critics sometimes deride religious faith as a crutch for the weak. They may have a point, but there’s more to the story.
Do you need to understand something completely before you can trust it? Please, take a seat.
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