National Reconciliation Week
National Reconciliation Week is highlighting the countless untold stories that make up our history.
Patricia Heaton won’t keep her faith mum
With three Emmy awards to her name, you could forgive Patricia Heaton for getting caught up in the success of Hollywood. But the fact that her professional career started at the age of 30 has shown that accolades have nothing to do with her skill, and everything to do with God.
Yes my darling, you will fly
Ever been so excited you could jump out of your skin? Many years ago, my three-year-old raced into the house after playing in the garden, beaming from ear to ear and grabbing our arms to pull us her way.
Bill Hunter was a policeman, chaplain, businessman and marathon runner. But God had even more in store for him.
Yogeeta’s bumpy road to God
Starting life in a new country has had many challenges for Yogeeta Ponnan but with God’s help she is embracing her new life.
[ book ] Harry: Life, Loss, and Love by Katie Nicholl
[ book ] What Are We Doing Here? by Marilynne Robinson
Picnic at Hanging Rock: No Sunday school picnic
Picnic at Hanging Rock is an iconic Australian story, and loved by many, first as the book penned by Joan Lindsay in 1967, and then as the 1975 movie with the haunting pan pipe musical theme.