Friday, December 4, 2020
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Fiji 45: Captured by terrorists; trusting in God

Salote Rabuka recalls the experience of finding out her son had been captured by terrorists in Syria.

Stranded in the dark

A recent breakdown in the middle of the night left Jarrod Stackelroth contemplating the second coming of Christ.

The journey of the dead

Lui Yarakei outlines some of the different Vanuatuan perspectives on death and the afterlife.

Waiting in expectant hope

Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on the pain of separation—and the longing for reunion—brought about by COVID-19.

42 and faith: What can we learn from Black Panther’s baseball...

After hearing of Chadwick Boseman's untimely death, Pauline Cruz Escaño dug into the star's acting archives and found an important film that provided relevant commentary on 2020 and our faith journey.

Social justice: The practical component of the gospel

"You can have social justice without the gospel, but you can't have the gospel without social justice," writes Michaela Jones.

Hubs of hope

Meet the people who are helping others overcome tough times.

WA church shares hope with neighbours

Broome church in Western Australia shared the message that "hope lives" with their neighbours this Easter. Gift packs were dropped on the doorsteps of...

Everyone can help make a difference

Caregivers, widows and widowers, orphans, the physically and mentally challenged, the blind and deaf. What do they all have in common? Possibility!

‘Disability’ is about possibility, not a lack of ability

Saustin Sampson Mfune recalls a story that made him reconsider his definition of "disability".
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