Amid war-torn Afghanistan, an Australian writer discovers a dedicated group of young people who want to fight back . . . with peace.
In a single moment, Hashim Garrett’s life was changed forever. He now knows anguish, depression and the incredible power of forgiveness.
Being a peacemaker isn't easy; but it's an essential part of being a Christian.
Melody Tan explains a traditional way of thinking that’s putting energy back into our stressed, Western lives.
Where did war come from, and is there any chance of peace ever being victorious?
A chance meeting at a church door led to a life-saving conversation.
While there is nothing to celebrate about war, Geoff Youlden says the cenotaphs and memorials in most towns testify to its place in our national culture.
How the media is making us more afraid
Clifford Goldstein reflects on what last year's world population landmark means to us.
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.
Geoffrey Garne reveals the God who is always with us.
For more than 100 years, Nobel Prizes have been awarded each December 10th-the anniversary of Alfred Nobel's death-for great achievements that benefit mankind. Susan Johnstone relives the life of the man behind the awards.
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