The Song Keepers: Singing the Lord's song in a new land
The talents of our First Nations people are giving classic hymns an Australian flavour, writes Julie Houghton.
Hillary Scott’s double blessing
Hillary Scott never expected to have twins. The lead singer of Grammy award-winning country band Lady Antebellum gave birth to Betsy Mack and Emory JoAnn in January after a long season of grief.
The Humpty Dumpty paradox
My daughter recently reached the wise old age of five. She now asks the great philosophical questions of life. Questions like, “Dad, why does Humpty Dumpty sit on the wall?”
Shirli Congoo’s encounter with the Salvos has led to her role as a Territorial Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministry Coordinator, writes David Goodwin.
Prisoner no more
For Rafi, what should have been a land of opportunity turned into a prison, until the Salvos helped set him free.
The Heart of Man (M)
[ book ] Police Rescue & Bomb Disposal by Jason Byrnes
[ book ] The Pearler’s Wife by Roxane Dhand
Back in Time for Dinner: Dining out on the past
Back in Time for Dinner describes itself as a ‘factual series’ which is a more attractive label than ‘reality show’. The premise is delightfully simple—find a nice family of Mum, Dad and kids and catapult them into a past era, with all the fashions, food and culture of that time.