Vol. 137, No. 28 // 14 July 2018

July 13, 2018



This is our time

The #MeToo movement shows that the need for change starts with us, writes Jessica Morris.



The gospel according to Eddie Woo

He’s been called today’s Professor Julius Sumner Miller, is the national Local Hero for 2018 and was one of 10 international finalists from 30,000 teachers for the Global Teacher Prize. 



“Squark!” is not the sound a car should make

The sound of my grinding ignition was too loud to be muffled. Each time I started up, my little blue bomb of a car would give a good screeching and a squeal, and I would pray to God that no-one was nearby (though that was seldom the case). 



Jason Poutawa, program manager for The Salvation Army in Moree, NSW, is passionate about engaging First Nation people and non-indigenous children and teenagers.



I am an answer to prayer

For Daniel Betteridge, the promise of new life in Christ is fulfilled every day.



[ album ] Home by Greta Bradman

[ book ] The End of Old Age by Marc E. Agronin

[ book ] No Front Line by Chris Masters

[ book ] When to Jump by Mike Lewis

[ book ] She by Harriet Hall


Staving off the scammers

As we move into the new financial year, and tax-return time, it’s likely we will see an increase in scammers trying to take advantage of vulnerable Aussies.



Taking a dive

I’ve enjoyed watching some of the soccer World Cup. The passion on display from fans, the way that soccer truly is a world game that has an international reach beyond the dreams of other sports, the sheer level of skill and athleticism required—it’s a spectacle that captures the imagination of even casual observers such as myself. 



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