“As Christians, it’s our duty to respond to cries for help and, with these mums, it’s in the simplest way possible: Being a friend,” says Melody Tan, project manager of Mums At The Table.
Avondale alumna gets government grant to tell “untold stories” of mothers representing more than 50 cultures.
Dr Edyta Jankiewicz shares some ideas to grow and nurture your children’s faith in the midst of social distancing and self-isolation.
Due to a lack of donor funding, the Adventist Media-produced magazine will cease publication with the April/May 2020 issue. Other aspects of the multimedia ministry have not been affected by the decision.
A story for those standing at the precipice of fear and uncertainty.
Considering the many documented harms of pornography to children, and the reality that parents can’t prevent exposure (even through careful monitoring), what can parents do?
If you sometimes turn up to church to eat or socialise, Sonja Kama has a message for you: “be nourished.”
Dr Edyta Jankiewicz reflects on the discipleship experiences that have impacted her life and her family.
At just 12 years of age, Jessica Krause was ready to walk away from her faith. When she told her dad (a pastor) about her impending decision, he had but two words to say: “That’s great!”
The “phenomenal success” of Mums At The Table magazine has resulted in the introduction of a subsidised annual subscription fee ($A15 for six issues).