Workers Leaving Jobs: Understanding the ‘Great Resignation’

McCrindle’s latest research suggests that more than two in five Australian workers (45%) plan on looking for a new job in the next 12 months.

From FOMO to HOGO – Exploring ‘Relational Fitness’

In the post-Lockdown world, we now have to use our social skills again. The acronym FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) can be adapted to HOGO (Hassle Of Going Out).

New Academy Aiming to Change Our Bitter-Sweet Relationship With Ageing

The Modern Elder Academy is hoping to change our relationship with ageing, reframing the midlife narrative from one of “crisis” to “calling”.

‘The Voice’ Competitor Faith Sosene, Shares of Her Faith in God

Faith Sosene from TV’s ‘The Voice’ received a standing ovation, a four chair turn and a ‘battle pass’ – but through it all, she’s relying on her faith.

Gen Z’s Top Hopes and Fears

The world is changing at a faster rate than ever before – and for Generation Z, this is the world they are being shaped in.

Managers, Business People: Are You Asking the Right Questions?

Instead of bolstering our arguments, ideas or products with facts, stats and data, often the best move is to ask a good question, writes Michael McQueen.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent – Movie Review

Nicolas Cage stars in a send-up of his own life, walking a fine line between parody, narcissism and the persona he has established throughout his career.

Home Loans and Rate Hike Pain: “It Will Rise For Some Time”

Australians feel the pinch as the Reserve Bank lifts interest rates for the first time in more than a decade. Here’s the rundown.

You Ought To Be Congratulated!

What things have you achieved in your life that perhaps you feel don’t deserve to be celebrated because they aren’t quite big enough?

Sorry Always Seems To Be the Hardest Word

Some people feel that apologising reveals weakness, a lack of confidence, the kind of traits that will never help you get ahead. But is that really true?

From FOMO to HOGO – Exploring ‘Relational Fitness’

In the post-Lockdown world, we now have to use our social skills again. The acronym FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) can be adapted to HOGO (Hassle Of Going Out).

New Academy Aiming to Change Our Bitter-Sweet Relationship With Ageing

The Modern Elder Academy is hoping to change our relationship with ageing, reframing the midlife narrative from one of “crisis” to “calling”.

‘The Voice’ Competitor Faith Sosene, Shares of Her Faith in God

Faith Sosene from TV’s ‘The Voice’ received a standing ovation, a four chair turn and a ‘battle pass’ – but through it all, she’s relying on her faith.

Gen Z’s Top Hopes and Fears

The world is changing at a faster rate than ever before – and for Generation Z, this is the world they are being shaped in.

Managers, Business People: Are You Asking the Right Questions?

Instead of bolstering our arguments, ideas or products with facts, stats and data, often the best move is to ask a good question, writes Michael McQueen.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent – Movie Review

Nicolas Cage stars in a send-up of his own life, walking a fine line between parody, narcissism and the persona he has established throughout his career.

Home Loans and Rate Hike Pain: “It Will Rise For Some Time”

Australians feel the pinch as the Reserve Bank lifts interest rates for the first time in more than a decade. Here’s the rundown.

You Ought To Be Congratulated!

What things have you achieved in your life that perhaps you feel don’t deserve to be celebrated because they aren’t quite big enough?

Sorry Always Seems To Be the Hardest Word

Some people feel that apologising reveals weakness, a lack of confidence, the kind of traits that will never help you get ahead. But is that really true?

Time to Choose: Your Guide to Election 2022

Still on the fence for the Federal Election? Here’s a quick rundown of some of the pledges and promises of the major two parties.

WEST AFRICA: Christian Teenager Cursed by Father

On 17 February, a team of HVK (Aid to the Oppressed Church) field workers were ambushed by 20 armed rebels.

MEXICO: Local Pastor Driven from Village

After constant threats, Pastor Filadelfo Santos Perez has been driven from his village because of his witness for Christ.

CAMEROON: Field Workers Ambushed by Armed Rebels

On 17 February, a team of HVK (Aid to the Oppressed Church) field workers were ambushed by 20 armed rebels.

NIGERIA: Father Murders Son Following Conversion

Mohammad converted from Islam to Christianity three years ago. As a result of his conversion, his father tried to kill him by cutting off his legs.

War, Missions, Persecution – Interview with pastor Dmitry Bodyu

Listen as Maciej Wilkosz, CEO of The Voice of the Persecuted Christians (VOM Poland), interviews Ukrainian-American pastor Dmitry Bodyu, who comes from the city of Melitopol in eastern Ukraine.

EGYPT: Young Coptic Man Shot 22 Times by Masked Men at Work

Last week four masked men entered a shop and gunned down a young Coptic man in the Egyptian city of Dabaa, Matrouh Governorate.

PAKISTAN: Christian Brothers Face Death Penalty

Brothers Qasir and Amoon await the verdict of an appeal fought against their death sentence.

LAOS: Uncle Refuses to Care for Three Christian Children After Father’s Death

In February, a Christian man named Nin died, leaving behind two daughters, Neung and Nom, and a son, Ram.

NIGERIA: 21 Christian Farmers Killed After Further Attacks in Kaduna State

“Twenty-one Christian farmers were killed by Fulani militants in four different villages of Kauru local government in Kaduna State,” locals told International Christian Concern last week.

KENYA: GOD’S WORD FOR THE HERDERS

When Amina met a missionary couple in Nyeri, a town in central Kenya, one of the first things they asked her was, “Do you know Jesus?” Amina replied that as a member of the nomadic Borana tribe, she was a Muslim.

New Academy Aiming to Change Our Bitter-Sweet Relationship With Ageing

The Modern Elder Academy is hoping to change our relationship with ageing, reframing the midlife narrative from one of “crisis” to “calling”.

‘The Voice’ Competitor Faith Sosene, Shares of Her Faith in God

Faith Sosene from TV’s ‘The Voice’ received a standing ovation, a four chair turn and a ‘battle pass’ – but through it all, she’s relying on her faith.

Gen Z’s Top Hopes and Fears

The world is changing at a faster rate than ever before – and for Generation Z, this is the world they are being shaped in.

Managers, Business People: Are You Asking the Right Questions?

Instead of bolstering our arguments, ideas or products with facts, stats and data, often the best move is to ask a good question, writes Michael McQueen.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent – Movie Review

Nicolas Cage stars in a send-up of his own life, walking a fine line between parody, narcissism and the persona he has established throughout his career.

Home Loans and Rate Hike Pain: “It Will Rise For Some Time”

Australians feel the pinch as the Reserve Bank lifts interest rates for the first time in more than a decade. Here’s the rundown.

You Ought To Be Congratulated!

What things have you achieved in your life that perhaps you feel don’t deserve to be celebrated because they aren’t quite big enough?

Sorry Always Seems To Be the Hardest Word

Some people feel that apologising reveals weakness, a lack of confidence, the kind of traits that will never help you get ahead. But is that really true?

Time to Choose: Your Guide to Election 2022

Still on the fence for the Federal Election? Here’s a quick rundown of some of the pledges and promises of the major two parties.

‘Generation For Ever’ – When You Follow Jesus

No matter what generation you belong to, you’ll be replaced by the next one. There’s a much more important generation to belong to, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.

‘The Voice’ Competitor Faith Sosene, Shares of Her Faith in God

Faith Sosene from TV’s ‘The Voice’ received a standing ovation, a four chair turn and a ‘battle pass’ – but through it all, she’s relying on her faith.

Gen Z’s Top Hopes and Fears

The world is changing at a faster rate than ever before – and for Generation Z, this is the world they are being shaped in.

Managers, Business People: Are You Asking the Right Questions?

Instead of bolstering our arguments, ideas or products with facts, stats and data, often the best move is to ask a good question, writes Michael McQueen.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent – Movie Review

Nicolas Cage stars in a send-up of his own life, walking a fine line between parody, narcissism and the persona he has established throughout his career.

Home Loans and Rate Hike Pain: “It Will Rise For Some Time”

Australians feel the pinch as the Reserve Bank lifts interest rates for the first time in more than a decade. Here’s the rundown.

You Ought To Be Congratulated!

What things have you achieved in your life that perhaps you feel don’t deserve to be celebrated because they aren’t quite big enough?

Sorry Always Seems To Be the Hardest Word

Some people feel that apologising reveals weakness, a lack of confidence, the kind of traits that will never help you get ahead. But is that really true?

Time to Choose: Your Guide to Election 2022

Still on the fence for the Federal Election? Here’s a quick rundown of some of the pledges and promises of the major two parties.

‘Generation For Ever’ – When You Follow Jesus

No matter what generation you belong to, you’ll be replaced by the next one. There’s a much more important generation to belong to, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.

How’s Your Judgement? Here’s 3 Patterns You Might Recognise

There are a range of cognitive patterns which we all believe we are immune to, but experience all the same. Here are 3 you might recognise:

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