Bringing Hope Behind Bars

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Every $15 donated will provide an inmate with their own Bible.

Bible League’s goal is to place 3,500 Prison Bibles this year.

Perhaps Australia is the Lucky Country After All

Despite the challenges presented in 2020, 85% of Australians say that they are happy when they think about their life overall.

When Should We Use Our Power to Choose? – ‘Blackbird’ Discusses Euthanasia

Blackbird is a movie that captures the emotions of a family respectfully trying accept loss, but also puts a very superficial take on the complex issue of assisted dying.

God’s Promises Still Require Our Participation

God’s promises are not isolated or independent from us, but actually very much intertwined with us.

“They Just Have This Intolerable Hatred of Their Bodies” Says ‘Raising Girls Who Like Themselves’ Author

Reportedly 55 per cent of girls between the ages of eight and nine years are dissatisfied with their bodies.

Life After COVID: Christian Groups Unite to Pave the Way Forward

In an overwhelming display of support, Australian Christian groups have pledged their commitment to the Prime Minister to help with the nation’s recovery.

Six Ways to Tend Your Soul in Times of Turmoil

How can we cultivate, care for and tend our soul in he midst of chaos to stay, well, sane? There are a couple of things you can do, here are six strategies.

Friends Again: Why Facebook Backed Down

Less than a week after the social media giant cancelled the news in Australia, Facebook has again opened its doors to publishers.

3 Kinds of Cities You Could Be Living in Tomorrow

The cities we are familiar with are set to change and the plans for these changes are already being implemented. Here’s what we will see in the future.

God’s No Dictator, He’ll Only Go Where He’s Invited

God’s no dictator, he won’t force his way into any area of your life. He’ll wait until he’s invited.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Where Are You in the Queue?

As the world continues to reel in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic, when can you expect to receive the vaccine and who is first on the list?

When Should We Use Our Power to Choose? – ‘Blackbird’ Discusses Euthanasia

Blackbird is a movie that captures the emotions of a family respectfully trying accept loss, but also puts a very superficial take on the complex issue of assisted dying.

God’s Promises Still Require Our Participation

God’s promises are not isolated or independent from us, but actually very much intertwined with us.

“They Just Have This Intolerable Hatred of Their Bodies” Says ‘Raising Girls Who Like Themselves’ Author

Reportedly 55 per cent of girls between the ages of eight and nine years are dissatisfied with their bodies.

Life After COVID: Christian Groups Unite to Pave the Way Forward

In an overwhelming display of support, Australian Christian groups have pledged their commitment to the Prime Minister to help with the nation’s recovery.

Six Ways to Tend Your Soul in Times of Turmoil

How can we cultivate, care for and tend our soul in he midst of chaos to stay, well, sane? There are a couple of things you can do, here are six strategies.

Friends Again: Why Facebook Backed Down

Less than a week after the social media giant cancelled the news in Australia, Facebook has again opened its doors to publishers.

3 Kinds of Cities You Could Be Living in Tomorrow

The cities we are familiar with are set to change and the plans for these changes are already being implemented. Here’s what we will see in the future.

God’s No Dictator, He’ll Only Go Where He’s Invited

God’s no dictator, he won’t force his way into any area of your life. He’ll wait until he’s invited.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Where Are You in the Queue?

As the world continues to reel in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic, when can you expect to receive the vaccine and who is first on the list?

Chocolate Banana Smoothie

This deliciously creamy and smooth, chocolate banana protein smoothie is a great way to get a healthy breakfast into children!

Malaysia: New Believer Divorced by Muslim Husband

Jana has suffered ill health for many years as a result of high blood pressure and diabetes. Jana lived a faithful Muslim life along with her husband and three children until one day while in hospital receiving treatment, she had a spiritual encounter with the living Christ in a dream. From that point on, her […]

Iran: Mary Mohammadi Faces New Arrest

Fatemeh (Mary) Mohammadi is a Christian blogger who has openly expressed her concerns over the human rights abuses in Iran. She was previously imprisoned for being a member of a house church. In April 2020, she received a suspended sentence, plus ten lashes for “disturbing public order”. On 18 January, Mary was arrested again when […]

CHINA: Prisoner Transferred for “Concentrated Education”

Pastor Zhang Shaojie had been the leader of the Nanle County Christian Church in Henan. In July 2014, he was sentenced to twelve years in prison for alleged fraud and disrupting social order. At the time, his family was forced to flee the country, and left for the United States. Three years later, it was […]

IRAN: Ebrahim Firouzi Imprisoned after Exposing Harassment

Iranian Christians request prayer for convert Ebrahim Firouzi who has been arrested after publicising continual harassment from Iranian intelligence (MOIS). On 6 February Ebrahim released a series of six videos detailing harassment by MOIS including an informant posing as a friend and harassment of his non-Christian brother. Ebrahim, 34 was summoned to respond to allegations […]

Project: Christmas Care China

Christmas Care 2020 blessed Christian children living in remote villages in China. A summary of the field report is below: Children in three remote villages were blessed with Christmas Care packs in December. It took between eight to ten hours for us to travel to each village. The villages do not have electricity or running […]

LAOS: Teenager Kicked Out of House for Following Christ

After several conversations about Jesus with Peng, her 14-year-old friend, 15-year-old Sa accepted Christ as her Lord and Saviour. Leaders in Sa’s village have a history of persecuting Christians, and numerous villagers hate Christians. Many believers have been evicted. When Sa’s parents learned she had accepted Christ and was attending church, they yelled at her […]

Eritrea: God’s Dependent

Sesuna was 14 when she first read the Bible. She became a born-again Christian and spent her school senior year in prison. Disowned by her family, she came to depend on God. In 2002, the Eritrean government outlawed every religion except Islam, Orthodox Christianity, Roman Catholicism and the Lutheran Church. All other religious groups are […]

LAOS: Worship Continues Despite Persecution and Tight Conditions

Mr Han came to Christ after many years of being ill. Neither the doctor nor the village witch doctor could help him, even though he spent most of his money and killed much of his livestock. He heard that Jesus could perform miracles, so he took his whole family to the Christian village to accept […]

Where Are They Now? YANG HUA: China

On 20 December 2015, Pastor Yang Hua’s wife expected to pick him up from the Chinese prison where he had been held since 9 December. When she arrived, she instead watched four men shove her husband, also known as Li Guozhi, into an unmarked van and leave the prison. Later, after being accused of divulging […]

INDIA: Christian Pastor Beaten and Left to Die

A Christian pastor was beaten unconscious and left locked in a room to die by radical Hindu nationalists in India’s Bihar state. On 5 October, Pastor Shelton Vishwanathan was attacked by six nationalists as he was distributing Gospel tracts in Tiryani village. The nationalists confronted Pastor Shelton and told him to stop handing out the […]

God’s Promises Still Require Our Participation

God’s promises are not isolated or independent from us, but actually very much intertwined with us.

“They Just Have This Intolerable Hatred of Their Bodies” Says ‘Raising Girls Who Like Themselves’ Author

Reportedly 55 per cent of girls between the ages of eight and nine years are dissatisfied with their bodies.

Life After COVID: Christian Groups Unite to Pave the Way Forward

In an overwhelming display of support, Australian Christian groups have pledged their commitment to the Prime Minister to help with the nation’s recovery.

Six Ways to Tend Your Soul in Times of Turmoil

How can we cultivate, care for and tend our soul in he midst of chaos to stay, well, sane? There are a couple of things you can do, here are six strategies.

Friends Again: Why Facebook Backed Down

Less than a week after the social media giant cancelled the news in Australia, Facebook has again opened its doors to publishers.

3 Kinds of Cities You Could Be Living in Tomorrow

The cities we are familiar with are set to change and the plans for these changes are already being implemented. Here’s what we will see in the future.

God’s No Dictator, He’ll Only Go Where He’s Invited

God’s no dictator, he won’t force his way into any area of your life. He’ll wait until he’s invited.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Where Are You in the Queue?

As the world continues to reel in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic, when can you expect to receive the vaccine and who is first on the list?

Chocolate Banana Smoothie

This deliciously creamy and smooth, chocolate banana protein smoothie is a great way to get a healthy breakfast into children!

My 7 yr-old Only Eats Chips

Have a fussy eater at home? Dr Justin Coulson looks at some solutions and strategies to help when things get maddening at mealtimes.

“They Just Have This Intolerable Hatred of Their Bodies” Says ‘Raising Girls Who Like Themselves’ Author

Reportedly 55 per cent of girls between the ages of eight and nine years are dissatisfied with their bodies.

Life After COVID: Christian Groups Unite to Pave the Way Forward

In an overwhelming display of support, Australian Christian groups have pledged their commitment to the Prime Minister to help with the nation’s recovery.

Six Ways to Tend Your Soul in Times of Turmoil

How can we cultivate, care for and tend our soul in he midst of chaos to stay, well, sane? There are a couple of things you can do, here are six strategies.

Friends Again: Why Facebook Backed Down

Less than a week after the social media giant cancelled the news in Australia, Facebook has again opened its doors to publishers.

3 Kinds of Cities You Could Be Living in Tomorrow

The cities we are familiar with are set to change and the plans for these changes are already being implemented. Here’s what we will see in the future.

God’s No Dictator, He’ll Only Go Where He’s Invited

God’s no dictator, he won’t force his way into any area of your life. He’ll wait until he’s invited.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Where Are You in the Queue?

As the world continues to reel in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic, when can you expect to receive the vaccine and who is first on the list?

Chocolate Banana Smoothie

This deliciously creamy and smooth, chocolate banana protein smoothie is a great way to get a healthy breakfast into children!

My 7 yr-old Only Eats Chips

Have a fussy eater at home? Dr Justin Coulson looks at some solutions and strategies to help when things get maddening at mealtimes.

Do You Have a Wonder Woman Complex?

Are you so busy maintaining your family, work, kids and other people’s expectations that you’ve forgotten how to just be?

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Iran: Mary Mohammadi Faces New Arrest

Fatemeh (Mary) Mohammadi is a Christian blogger who has openly expressed her concerns over the human rights abuses in Iran. She was previously imprisoned for being a member of a house church. In April 2020, she received a suspended sentence, plus ten lashes for “disturbing public order”. On 18 January, Mary was arrested again when […]

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