As the year draws to a close and we think towards the year ahead, I want to raise two questions found in the book of Genesis, chapter 16.
It takes plenty of license, but ‘The Journey to Bethlehem’ is great for those wanting to introduce friends and family to the Christmas story.
Everyone is shaped by their own culture, even if they’d like to think they stand apart from it says Christopher Watkin.
We can analyse, assess and plan, but unless we act, we’ll never reap any rewards. The Bible encourages us to ‘have a go’…
Via podcasts, the truths of the Bible are being rediscovered and re-presented for a new culture, a new generation, a new people of God.
Yvette Cherry encourages all gutsy, outspoken, take-action women of God to keep on stepping up and raising their voice.
God declares all humans equal because we are created in his image, no matter how much we earn, how we look or where we live, writes Robert Martin.
In 1957 Brother Andrew smuggled Bibles across the Iron Curtain in a bright blue Volkswagen Beetle – memorialised in his autobiography ‘God’s Smuggler’.
Many religious systems in the world start from the premise that God is far away and remains high above or that they can earn closeness to God.
40 years since the Chinese Bible smuggling operation ‘Project Pearl’, Open Doors is now encouraging Australians to become a Bible smuggler from home.