Vol. 137, No. 10 // 10 March 2018

March 9, 2018

 

FEATURE

Caring for (furry) friends in need

‘Best Mates’ is a program making sure that the companions of those in need are taken care of, writes Faye Michelson.

 

CELEB BUZZ

With given names of Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette, it’s no surprise to learn that multi-award-winning British actor Imelda Staunton is proud of her solid Irish Catholic heritage.

 

INNER LIFE

Looking forward

Our windscreen should be larger than our rear-view mirror. That’s one way of looking at life, especially as we grow older. Our eyes should always be open to the exciting present and future, rather than focusing on our past, no matter how fulfilling and exciting our memories may be. If there is nothing to look forward to, there’s little incentive for going on.

 

PROFILE

Growing up in a family of musicians and surrounded by music, jazz singer Sharny Russell has always been passionate about using her God-given talent in music and she has just released a new album, Comes a Time, Julie Houghton writes.

 

MY STORY

Hearing God’s call

Josh has left heartache and homelessness behind to find a new purpose in his life.

 

REVIEW

Finding Your Feet (M) 

 

MINI REVIEWS

[ album ] Comes a Time by Sharny Russell

[ book ] Mr Eternity by Roy Williams with Elizabeth Meyers

 

PARENTING

The joy of waiting

Learning to wait for good things is an important lesson we can teach our children, writes Julie Houghton.

 

G'DAY SPORT

Nick Foles: Victory for the underdog

It seems like Australians can either take or leave the NFL (America’s National Football League). Yet their grand final, known as the Super Bowl, never fails to make headlines. 

 

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