Churches are changing and it’s easy to be blinded by the razzle-dazzle of slick marketing. How do you find the church God is calling you to?
Believing in God only becomes real when it affects the way you live
Critics sometimes deride religious faith as a crutch for the weak. They may have a point, but there’s more to the story.
Many people struggle with questions of purpose, meaning and identity. Kent Kingston is no exception, but finds the Bible is a great place to look for answers.
Esther Bailey says that offering praise to God may not come as naturally as asking for His help, but it’s just as important.
Marrying someone outside her culture gave Preethi Burkholder a new way to look at people.
In You Are What You Love, James K A Smith reminds us that spirituality concerns what we value most, and we show what we value even when we are not thinking about it by how we spend our lives.
Husbands and wives sometimes have a hard time growing together spiritually. Karen Holford provides some strategies to help.
Nathan Brown talks with Melbourne author Mark Sayers about his explorations of our culture.
Spirituality is trendy, religion is not. But Samir Selmanovic explains why we need both.
Creating a healthy family is an art. Rochelle Melville reveals some values and practices of a God-centred home.
We are all followers. Those who would rule our lives abound. Samir Selmanavic offers up an invitation to follow, and follow well, a worthy Master.
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