Red Shield Appeal: Knocking on the future’s door
While our lifestyles have changed over the years, the need to help battling Aussies has not, and the Salvos are finding new ways to ensure they can keep up with both.
Queen of Hearts: Aussie Edition
Working out where to even start when describing the career of Jennifer Hawkins is a challenging proposition. Her resumé is studded with glittering highlights, any one of which would be enough to make anyone feel like they had succeeded in life.
Give thanks...in everything?
“Give thanks in everything,” says the Bible (1 Thessalonians chapter 8, verse 13). Everything? Even the bad things? That seems completely unrealistic and unfair. That’s what I thought—until a near tragedy changed everything.
Shevaun Rhodes talks to Julie Houghton about how volunteering has not only allowed her to give back, but has given her much in return.
Seeing God’s light through others
It was seeing god change her son’s life that led Diane to let him change hers.
Screen Schooled—Two Veteran Teachers Expose HowTechnology Overuse is Making Our Kids Dumber
[ book ] Making Peace by Fiona McCallum
[ book ] How to Break Up with Your Phone by Catherine Price
[ book ] A Prophet with Honor by William Martin
[ book ] Burke & Wills by Peter FitzSimons
Giving from the heart
Across the country, thousands of everyday Australians will soon be knocking on your door or rattling a can at an intersection or shopping centre to support the Salvos.
Sport’s passionate purpose
Throughout the past few decades, we’ve seen Australian sporting bodies
becoming increasingly socially conscious, making deliberate efforts to use the
incredible passion for sport in this country to benefit society. The methods used
have varied from raising awareness of important issues by allowing sportspeople to be ambassadors to acknowledging groups that may have been under-represented in the past, with themed days or weeks.