Vol. 136, No. 24 // 24 June 2017

June 23, 2017

 

 

FEATURE

Filthy Rich and Homeless: Making the invisible...visible

Privileged Australians living amongst Melbourne’s homeless community for the SBS TV social experiment.

 

CELEB BUZZ

Geraldine Doogue’s new work-life balance

When you think of the name Geraldine Doogue, the first qualities that come to mind are warmth and compassion.

 

INNER LIFE

Scarred and loved

When I arrived at my Salvation Army corps (church) on a Sunday morning, I greeted Sara*, who was standing near the door. She was early and the band was still rehearsing. Sara was a teenager who had experienced considerable abuse and pain in recent times.

 

PROFILE

Photographer and writer Ramon Williams has been working in the Christian media industry for 53 years. A recipient of the prestigious Gutenberg award, he has interviewed Mother Teresa and chronicled some of Australia’s most memorable events. 

 

MY STORY

From gangs to God: Nick was saved from a life of drugs, gangs and violence.

 

REVIEW

A Quiet Passion (M)
Rating: 3.5 / 5

 

MINI REVIEW

[ book ] All Fall Down by Cassandra Austin

[ album ] Vera Lynn 100 by Dame Vera Lynn

 

HEALTH

Riding the roller-coaster

ESupporting a loved one through addiction is a lot like riding a roller-coaster. Lyn Beasy* tells us how to best navigate this complex journey.  

 

G’DAY SPORT

Stephen Curry: Humility is strength

US basketball superstar Stephen Curry is one of the NBA’s most beloved competitors. 

 

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