Wednesday, June 26, 2019
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Avondale scientists publish decade-long study of Lake Macquarie fauna

The 10-year inventory of more than 1600 species of beasts, birds and bugs will help others measure the impact of climate change and urbanisation on fauna in Lake Macquarie’s largest catchment.

Moment of reflection

How a sparrow and a dragonfly helped Pastor Glenn Townend develop an important habit.

28 Fundamentals: Creator, Completer

"In the beginning" God did more than just create. (Fundamental Belief #28)

Saved from dinosaur panic

An Adventist perspective on when, how and why dinosaurs became extinct.

Morning devotion

For Melinda Southon, an early morning walk offers much more than a couple of thousand steps.

A dominion of mercy

How deeds and diets demonstrate dominion.

Cages: what killer whales teach us about our own freedom

“The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages.”—Virginia Woolf

Speak

The concept of a talking donkey didn't come from the movie Shrek. The idea came from God—not for the purpose of comedy, but for the benefit of Balaam and you and me.

The race nobody wins

The bright lights of the big city? No thanks. Give me the stars, the silence, and the sounds of the bush.

Food for thought

The bottom line of meat production is . . . the bottom line. That means animals are primarily viewed and treated as units of production rather than the sentient miracles of creation that they are.
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