Young people are feeling increasingly disconnected, but there are things we can do to fight this growing problem, writes Anthony N. Castle.
Portraying Christ more than just an act
Not much intimidates Jim Caviezel. Other actors might baulk at the prospect of playing Luke, a colleague of the biblical apostle Paul, in the film Paul, Apostle of Christ. But, once you’ve taken on the role of Jesus, everything else pales in comparison.
It all began with a colleague who works with women fleeing domestic violence.
Anglican lay minister Pete Horsford is a sports chaplain at St Columb’s, in Melbourne’s inner east, where he has introduced an innovative indoor cricket championship to address the needs of the local Swinburne student community and other cricket lovers, Julie Houghton writes.
Finding purpose in serving others
At the Salvos, Bill has found a way to use his skills and talents to help make life better for those in need.
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Protecting your privacy
Our data is worth big money, so how do we go about protecting it?
The man behind the legend
In 2013, journalist Peter Greste was imprisoned on trumped-up terrorism charges in Egypt, and spent time behind bars until he was eventually released. Unsurprisingly, this experience changed his views on humans and conflict.