Several years ago, I had the opportunity to tour south Te Waipounamu (the South Island of Aotearoa New Zealand). Flying first into Invercargill, I...
It’s night-time. A diamond-sprinkled sky is my ceiling. A valley stretches west with tree branches soaring high, reaching tall toward the precious stars above....
Amidst ongoing waves and lockdowns caused by the pandemic, Penny Brink found an opportunity to relax and reflect on what the future may hold
The man who climbed Everest at 23 is now ready to take on a new challenge: being a little more public about his faith and writing a book about God.
A family who exercises together stays healthy together. Andrew Cate outlines how you can enjoy family fitness and fun.
Living in a technology-focused era, our natural connection with planet Earth is dwindling. Julie Guirgis tells us why it is important to get outside.
Marvin Moore reflects on the question of our inherent human goodness-and our inherent human evil.
Chris Blake is not satisfied with many of our assumptions about God.
Fully human and fully divine-Graeme Loftus ponders the nature of Jesus Christ.
Nathan Brown explores how the promise of God's judgment gives life meaning now.
Could a loving God really torture His children? Murl Vance presents a compelling revelation of God's nature.
Cristian Copaceanu inspects the judgment scene at the end of the Bible. What will it reveal about God?
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