Vol. 137, No. 15 // 14 April 2018

April 13, 2018



A Wrinkle in Time: Going deeper in time 

Madeleine L’Engle’s classic children’s book is captivating a whole new generation, and the Christian  message that lies at its heart is as relevant as ever, writes David Goodwin. 



Kendrick Lamar’s messy, unruly faith

Faith and rap music have never been more compatible. Between the successes of Chance the Rapper, Lecrae and KB—all professing Christians who sing about their faith—there’s little doubt Jesus-loving rap is on the way up. 



Broken records

Some of my clearest childhood memories are around my father’s extensive vinyl record collection. Most of them were classical recordings, but he did have a variety of others. 



Journalist Cindy Wockner witnessed the transformation of drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukhamaran to model prisoners, and has dedicated her book The Pastor and the Painter to their memory, Julie Houghton writes.



God has brought me full circle

After the end of her marriage, Tania found acceptance and a place of belonging in the Port Augusta salvos family. She shares her story.



Early Man (PG) 



[ book ] Birthright  by Fiona Lowe

[ book ] The Museum of Broken Relationships by Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišić



The power of reading

If you can get a child to love reading, you’re giving them a gift for life—and fulfilling all kinds of psychological needs at the same time, writes Clare Bruce.



Q&A: Ten years of tough questions

If you were to take an informal survey of people at your work or school, or even on the street, and asked them what they thought about the Commonwealth Games, you’d probably get as many opinions as people. The answers would range all the way from assurances that it is way better than the Olympics, through to questions about its relevance in this day and age.



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