Vol. 136, No. 39 // 7 October 2017

October 6, 2017

 

FEATURE

One Girl Revolution

The Salvos’ new Gender Equity policy represents faithfulness to our heritage, not a change in course, writes Jessica Morris.

 

CELEB BUZZ

Taya Smith: Wild at heart

When you see the Australian worship band Hillsong UNITED perform live, your eyes are immediately drawn to Taya Smith. 

 

INNER LIFE

When things get foggy

I drove from Emerald (near Melbourne) to Merrijig at the foot of the Victorian snowfields early one Sunday morning. Fog drifted around me and, at times, completely blanketed the road.

 

PROFILE

Lynne Burgess is a Christian writer, a mother of five and grandmother of one who has used her wealth of experience in bringing up her family to write two popular parenting books, writes Julie Houghton.

 

MY STORY

As newcomers to Australia, Saman and her small family were nurtured and mentored by the Salvos.

 

REVIEW

The Shack DVD

Rating: 4 / 5

 

MINI REVIEW

[ book ] The Mouth that Roared

[ book ] All In 2Night

 

TRAVEL

Hidden hideaways in Australia

You don’t always have to travel long distances to reach wonderful destinations. State-by-state, Jessica Morris takes a look at the hidden gems only hours away from you.

 

COUCH POTATO

Murder: the best medicine?

Medical series have long been a nice cash cow for the small screen. From American shows like General Hospital, now in its 44th year, to Britain’s whimsical post-war series Dr Finlay’s Casebook, shows about doctors will always find an audience.

 

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