Wednesday, December 1, 2021
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Hope, peace & prayer: A story of redemption

Jayne needed a friend to help her on her newfound spiritual journey. That's when a phone call came through from none other than her ex-husband's wife, Liz. God has a wonderful way of working things out.

Study puts Marmite under the microscope

Researchers at Victoria University’s College of Health and Biomedicine in Melbourne are conducting a study on whether yeast-based products such as Marmite (produced by Sanitarium) help improve mood and stress levels.

Adventist Health raising depression awareness

Depression is one of the most common disorders in the world and the leading cause of disability. It has also been shown to be a major factor in approximately two-thirds of suicides. Yet researchers suggest it's a subject that continues to be ignored.

Doom and Glare

Have you heard of the “Doomsday Clock”? Well, it's about time you did. Because it just ticked over to 3 minutes to midnight.

Not-so-perfect cuppa

More than 100 years ago Adventists were advised by Ellen White to avoid caffeine. Was her advice correct? Or did she misunderstand something? Should we follow her counsel? Or should we go with the practices of contemporary society?

CHIP summit to focus on mental health

Upset or angry at those failed New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier and exercise more? Well, here’s something that will help you get that “chip” off your shoulder.

Behind the smile

Robin Williams was "the funny guy", credited with bringing joy and laughter to millions of people around the world. Who knew so much darkness could be hiding behind such a bright smile?

SPD president launches recovery program

A 12-step recovery program to help people overcome pain and depression was launched by South Pacific Division president, Dr Barry Oliver, at the North New South Wales (NNSW) camp meeting at Stuarts Point.

How’s your balance?

Picture this. I’m riding a unicycle for the first time. If that’s not bad enough, my challenge is to eat a well-filled bean and salad taco, while riding, trying to keep spillage to a minimum.

Big boys do cry

“My dad gets angry when I cry,” he revealed. “Boys aren’t meant to cry.”
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