The “phenomenal success” of Mums At The Table magazine has resulted in the introduction of a subsidised annual subscription fee ($A15 for six issues).
“If we want young people to attend our churches, we have to show them that we aren’t interested in only using them as props, but we want to work collectively to see how we can make each other better.”
Students build two gardens at Macksville Adventist School as part of their Project Based Learning program.
New research reveals the extent of the risks associated with excessive screen time in children.
Melody Tan recounts her traumatic experience of trying to care for a cranky, crying-at-the-top-of-his-voice two-year-old at a church camp.
Teaching our kids the skill of self-love is more important than ever.
The family counsellor and author of 18 books is set to visit camp-meetings in South Australia and Northern New South Wales this month.
Sixty people attended the first-ever parenting workshop organised by Adventist Media’s ministry, Mums At The Table.
When it comes to eating vegetables, are your children bored or on board?
For Melody Tan, life isn’t “richer” or “complete” because she has a child. It’s simply different.