How are we to fulfil God’s call to care for vulnerable people? Pastor Glenn Townend discusses.
Caregivers, widows and widowers, orphans, the physically and mentally challenged, the blind and deaf. What do they all have in common? Possibility!
Nathan Brown reflects on a single idea that serves as the foundation for the perpetuation of injustice and inequality in our world.
Seventh-day Adventist leaders are corresponding with politicians and working together with other Christian organisations as the New South Wales state parliament considers a bill to remove abortion from its criminal code.
The author and editor explains why justice is a recurring theme in his writing.
“One Trip to Kenya is a poignant reminder of the preeminence of compassion and love in action and the difference we can each make in the world, even if only in the life of one other person.”
Three lessons to be learned . . . from a little boy and a broken bird.
Maria’s story prompted Ashley Stanton to reconsider her meaning of success.
“[The Church is] a very redemptive community who lacks compassion.” Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on this confronting thought.