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Green Prince TURNS FROM TERROR
Love regained
‘I WAS AN AGRO SURFER’

Country star’s bold move
Grammy award winner Carrie Underwood unafraid to sing ‘risky’ songs
Country star’s bold move
War and terrorism : Who is to blame?
I have lost count of the amount of times people have accusingly or curiously asked me this question: If God is good, why is religion the cause of most wars?
War and terrorism : Who is to blame?
Green Prince turns from terror
The son to a founding member of the Hamas Palestinian terrorist group shares why he is prepared to put his life on the line in the name of peace and the truth
Green Prince turns from terror
Making sense of evil
Former Parisian Guillaume Bignon examines what evil actions tell us
Making sense of evil
Money is a drug
We often think about money as a tool of exchange, a practical method of buying, selling and doing business. Yet some people's commitment to building wealth and their obsession with money seems to suggest something more is happening here.
Love regained after heartbreak
A devastating break-up led Kahlia to re-examine where true love is found
Love regained after heartbreak
Worth the wait
As I planned to celebrate the first Valentine’s Day with my newlywed husband a thought struck me and I think it’s worth sharing with other young couples…
Worth the wait
Goal-setting: a recipe for a great marriage
Great communication is the bedrock of a marriage, and setting goals is essential to this.
Goal-setting: a recipe for a great marriage
Review: Concussion
Do we respond like Dr Omalu or the NFL, asks Ben McEachen
Review: Concussion
Graduating with honours in life
Recently, a Booloominbah yard full of hopeful aspirants graduated from university.
Graduating with honours in life
A scientist’s keys to success
You may be familiar with Dr Harold Finch from his work with NASA. He is credited with developing the Barbeque Roll concept to resolve extreme space temperatures, which was made famous in Tom Hanks' Apollo 13 movie.
A scientist’s keys to success
Human gene mutations “arose in the last 200 generations”
We have periodically pointed out that, from a biblical perspective, there have only been about 200 human generations since time began.
Human gene mutations “arose in the last 200 generations”
Why is there suffering?
Suffering may seem to be the biggest argument against the existence of a good and loving God. However this is a self-defeating question.
When you don’t know who to trust
It's getting harder to know who to believe. Cynicism and distrust are on every side. Daily the media is keeping us informed of scams and swindles, rackets and rorts.
When you don’t know who to trust
Rejection to joy
Karen is free of the chains that held her captive from a loveless childhood
Rejection to joy
Pearl Harbour: A miraculous conversion
Captain Mitsuo Fuchida was more excited than usual as he awoke the morning of December 7, 1941.
Pearl Harbour: A miraculous conversion
Risks of skimpy thinking
Roadkill on the highway shows that no animal is immune from skimpy thinking: roos, rabbits, goats, sheep, emus, a steer, foxes and emus.
Risks of skimpy thinking
Clarifying expectations is vital
I have been reading and thinking about expectations in the context of marriage
Clarifying expectations is vital
YouTube Kids app selects kid-friendly videos
Chances are, if your child can hold a pencil, they already know how to use a touch screen and love watching videos on YouTube.
YouTube Kids app selects kid-friendly videos
What is skin cancer?
There are several different types of skin cancer, but the one that is most feared is certainly melanoma.
What is skin cancer?
People aren’t obstacles
I was fighting for identity, admits former agro surfer
People aren’t obstacles

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