Vol. 136, No. 31 // 12 August 2017

August 11, 2017

 

 

FEATURE

Saving the world one smile at a time

Two Aussie dentists are putting God’s grace into action—and putting smiles on faces.

 

CELEB BUZZ

Ray Meagher: From Summer Bay to the Salvos

There aren’t too many actors who can be indentified by a couple of simple catchphrases. But if you hear “Stone the flamin’ crows!” or “The flamin’ mongrel!” it’s a fair bet that many Australians would immediately know those as famous utterances from the mouth of television’s Alf Stewart from long-running Australian soap opera Home and Away.

 

INNER LIFE

The junk room

Do you have a junk room? Most people have a place in their house where all the junk is stored. For some it’s a room, for some it’s the attic, and for others it’s the garage or a shed. Some people have a whole house that’s full of clutter.

 

PROFILE

Father Rod Bower is an Anglican priest in Gosford who shot to national fame for the way he presents ideas about social justice through the signs he puts on the board outside his church and the messages he sends via social media.

 

MY STORY

A simple Bible verse became a linchpin for Cameron Blair as he sought to find God’s presence in his life.

 

REVIEW

The Trip to Spain (M)

Rating: 3.5 / 5

 

MINI REVIEW

[ film ] To the Bone

 

PARENTING

The pressure to be perfect

There is no such thing as the perfect parent, but there is ‘good enough’.

 

COUCH POTATO

Little Big Shots hits its mark

Shows featuring children can be stomach-churningly awful. And those that pit talented children against each other can do a lot of damage. But what if a show decided to take a totally positive approach, remove the competition element, and just celebrate unique and unusual talents that children have?

 

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