If you have been a Christian for many years, it is likely that you have encountered the word shalom frequently translated as “peace” in our English Bibles.
Having released two books on marriage, and now approaching their 40th wedding anniversary, the Consuegras share some wisdom about cultivating love that stands the test of time.
Church in Australia supports National Reconciliation Week.
“Poetry helps me hone my storytelling as I try to convey narrative in my writing. It keeps me in check, forces intentionality and helps me clarify my thoughts.”
Nathan Brown explains why true peace is not merely the absence of conflict.
Relationships are being built, people are studying the Bible and baptisms are taking place within this often overlooked and misunderstood community.
The study of 4913 “millennials” analysed how respondents were faring in terms of employment, educational attainment and income, and also in a range of life matters.
Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on the pain of separation—and the longing for reunion—brought about by COVID-19.
Maryellen Fairfax reflects on her recent “dentist-appointment-turned-life-lesson”.
Jarrod Stackelroth says there has never been a more important time to take a “digital Sabbath”.