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Blokes Need to Bond: Men’s Health Week 2021

In a COVID world, men need to connect with family and friends even more, according to men’s health experts.

The City and The City: Living In Formational And Worshiping Distance

In his novel The City and The City, English author China Mieville sets a murder mystery in two cities, Beszel and Ul Quoma.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

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“What If Every Broken Place I’ve Been Was a Godsend?” US Artist Riley Clemmons

Riley Clemmons has always drawn from personal experiences to share light and hope with her audience. This latest album is no different.

Religion Can Be Deadly

If you are a Christian, take a moment to joy-check your religion. And if you’re not, could you be missing out on real and lasting happiness in your life?

Deadly Science Helps Remote Kids Wonder About the World Around Them

Corey Tutt was named the NSW Young Australian of the Year, last year, recognising his work founding Deadly Science – inspiring Indigenous students.

The Rise of the Regions: Australia’s Are Moving to Regional Areas

Research shows an increase in regional living as Australians seek a different lifestyle and location for work along with a more affordable location.

“They Just Love Listening to Your Voice” Says Children’s Author on Importance of Reading to Babies

Children’s author Shelly Unwin said reading to babies may not turn out to be a traditional story time experience but it’s useful and bonding.

The Most Effective Way to Build Motivation

If you are a parent, a teacher, or a manager, here’s the best place to focus your efforts to build motivation intrinsically in those you lead and care for.

Blokes Need to Bond: Men’s Health Week 2021

In a COVID world, men need to connect with family and friends even more, according to men’s health experts.

The City and The City: Living In Formational And Worshiping Distance

In his novel The City and The City, English author China Mieville sets a murder mystery in two cities, Beszel and Ul Quoma.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

These lovely crisp nut-free chocolate chip cookies are the perfect cookie for kids lunchboxes and retain their crunch in storage over a few days!

“What If Every Broken Place I’ve Been Was a Godsend?” US Artist Riley Clemmons

Riley Clemmons has always drawn from personal experiences to share light and hope with her audience. This latest album is no different.

Religion Can Be Deadly

If you are a Christian, take a moment to joy-check your religion. And if you’re not, could you be missing out on real and lasting happiness in your life?

Deadly Science Helps Remote Kids Wonder About the World Around Them

Corey Tutt was named the NSW Young Australian of the Year, last year, recognising his work founding Deadly Science – inspiring Indigenous students.

The Rise of the Regions: Australia’s Are Moving to Regional Areas

Research shows an increase in regional living as Australians seek a different lifestyle and location for work along with a more affordable location.

“They Just Love Listening to Your Voice” Says Children’s Author on Importance of Reading to Babies

Children’s author Shelly Unwin said reading to babies may not turn out to be a traditional story time experience but it’s useful and bonding.

Is There a Master Builder? How Lego Points to Something Bigger

Lego may give an insight into some of life’s biggest questions, and a pointer that maybe the atheist explanation for the universe is inadequate.

IRAN: The Book with All the Answers

Mar 9, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News The Islamic Revolution of 1979 led to the establishment of the world’s only country governed by an Islamic theocracy. Today, many of those who committed their lives to Islamic rule are filled with despair. This...

NIGERIA: Remember Leah Sharibu, Three Years Captive

Mar 2, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News On 19 February 2018, Islamic jihadists from Boko Haram swept into Dapchi town, Yobe State, northern Nigeria. They kidnapped 110 girls, mostly Muslim, from Dapchi’s Government Girls’ Science and Technical College. A few...

Mexico: They found a window

Mar 1, 2021 | All Posts, e-News, News Pastors in southern Mexico found a way to distribute thousands of much-wanted Bibles despite COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Christians make up approximately three percent of the population in southern Mexico – a region that has a...

INDIA: Pregnant Mother Beaten, Loses Baby

Feb 23, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Radical Hindus recently attacked Christians in India, beating several church members, including a pastor, and killing an unborn baby. One extremist assaulted Lila Bhai, who was eight months pregnant with her second...

IRAN: Ebrahim Firouzi Imprisoned after Exposing Harassment

Feb 17, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News 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...

PAKISTAN: Christian Evangelists Charged with Committing Blasphemy

Feb 16, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Two Christian evangelists are being charged with violating Pakistan’s notorious blasphemy law and could face a mandatory death sentence if found guilty. The two Christians are being accused of making derogatory remarks...

CHINA: Prisoner Transferred for “Concentrated Education”

Feb 10, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News 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...

Turkey: Producing Christian Truth in a Dark Place

Feb 3, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Evangelical believers in Turkey number only in the thousands in this highly Gospel-resistant, Islamic country of more than 80 million. A group of Turkish believers who produce Christian literature ask for prayer as they...

MEXICO: Christians Expelled and Homes Destroyed

Jan 28, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Evangelical Christians in the San Cristóbal municipality of Chiapas State have faced opposition from other villagers for several years. In May 2016, 84 homes in the area were looted and partially destroyed, forcibly...

India: Wedding Day in Jail

Jan 25, 2021 | All Posts, e-News, News Christian couple, Rabish and Summandi set a wedding date with village officials and eagerly anticipated their big day. They planned to marry on 30 May 2018, but it soon became apparent that the village was not willing to host a...

Blokes Need to Bond: Men’s Health Week 2021

In a COVID world, men need to connect with family and friends even more, according to men’s health experts.

The City and The City: Living In Formational And Worshiping Distance

In his novel The City and The City, English author China Mieville sets a murder mystery in two cities, Beszel and Ul Quoma.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

These lovely crisp nut-free chocolate chip cookies are the perfect cookie for kids lunchboxes and retain their crunch in storage over a few days!

“What If Every Broken Place I’ve Been Was a Godsend?” US Artist Riley Clemmons

Riley Clemmons has always drawn from personal experiences to share light and hope with her audience. This latest album is no different.

Religion Can Be Deadly

If you are a Christian, take a moment to joy-check your religion. And if you’re not, could you be missing out on real and lasting happiness in your life?

Deadly Science Helps Remote Kids Wonder About the World Around Them

Corey Tutt was named the NSW Young Australian of the Year, last year, recognising his work founding Deadly Science – inspiring Indigenous students.

The Rise of the Regions: Australia’s Are Moving to Regional Areas

Research shows an increase in regional living as Australians seek a different lifestyle and location for work along with a more affordable location.

“They Just Love Listening to Your Voice” Says Children’s Author on Importance of Reading to Babies

Children’s author Shelly Unwin said reading to babies may not turn out to be a traditional story time experience but it’s useful and bonding.

Is There a Master Builder? How Lego Points to Something Bigger

Lego may give an insight into some of life’s biggest questions, and a pointer that maybe the atheist explanation for the universe is inadequate.

Why Sustainability Is The Most Sustainable Opportunity for Your Business

Today, environmental action represents not only an essential strategic move, but also a unique opportunity for forward-thinking businesses.

The City and The City: Living In Formational And Worshiping Distance

In his novel The City and The City, English author China Mieville sets a murder mystery in two cities, Beszel and Ul Quoma.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

These lovely crisp nut-free chocolate chip cookies are the perfect cookie for kids lunchboxes and retain their crunch in storage over a few days!

“What If Every Broken Place I’ve Been Was a Godsend?” US Artist Riley Clemmons

Riley Clemmons has always drawn from personal experiences to share light and hope with her audience. This latest album is no different.

Religion Can Be Deadly

If you are a Christian, take a moment to joy-check your religion. And if you’re not, could you be missing out on real and lasting happiness in your life?

Deadly Science Helps Remote Kids Wonder About the World Around Them

Corey Tutt was named the NSW Young Australian of the Year, last year, recognising his work founding Deadly Science – inspiring Indigenous students.

The Rise of the Regions: Australia’s Are Moving to Regional Areas

Research shows an increase in regional living as Australians seek a different lifestyle and location for work along with a more affordable location.

“They Just Love Listening to Your Voice” Says Children’s Author on Importance of Reading to Babies

Children’s author Shelly Unwin said reading to babies may not turn out to be a traditional story time experience but it’s useful and bonding.

Is There a Master Builder? How Lego Points to Something Bigger

Lego may give an insight into some of life’s biggest questions, and a pointer that maybe the atheist explanation for the universe is inadequate.

Why Sustainability Is The Most Sustainable Opportunity for Your Business

Today, environmental action represents not only an essential strategic move, but also a unique opportunity for forward-thinking businesses.

Encouragement for the Person Who’s Waiting on a Promise

Holding out for a promise that feels a million miles away? Be encouraged that God is working on all the promises he makes because he keeps them.

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