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‘Baby Bunker’ revealed real love
Filming a documentary about a pastor’s love for abandoned babies brought Brian Ivie to an astounding realisation
‘Baby Bunker’ revealed real love
BBC host makes waves
Top English Breakfast TV presenter unafraid of being unusual
BBC host makes waves
No, ignorance isn’t bliss
"To be or not to be, that is the question." So said Shakespeare. But "to know or not to know" is important too.
No, ignorance isn’t bliss
Choose Freedom
The Young Citizen of the Year of her town freed herself from years of ICE addiction when she chose to get the help she needed
Choose Freedom
Acting the part
Meeting Brad Pitt on the set of his 2010 movie Moneyball is among the highlights of Steve Cha’s three-year foray into Hollywood.
Acting the part
Craving the transcendent
So much of current western society seems to just be the relentless rush to accumulate and succeed. Yet most people want more than this.
Peace after life of torment
A life from hell can only describe Bunny Klassen’s life but today she shares why forgave her abusers
Peace after life of torment
Is God good?
The recent Batman vs Superman movie presented a popular objection against a good God, but was it an accurate one?
Is God good?
He has heard your cry
I am here to let you know That God has heard your cry Your tears, your pain, your broken heart Has reached beyond the sky
He has heard your cry
Propaganda, the making of a rap artist
Jason Petty shares his rap story and the essence of his identity
Propaganda, the making of a rap artist
Real authority
Serious disease has struck Gunnar Helbe twice in his life and on both occasions he recovered by calling out to his Creator.
Real authority
Passion for true science
Dr Chad Rodekohr busts the myth that science and God cannot coexist
Passion for true science
Tragedy of hard work’s misdirection
Hard work is rightly praised in Australia as vital and admirable. In early modern history no trait was more valuable.
Tragedy of hard work’s misdirection
Unique gene found in humans
Researchers have discovered a new gene, unique to humans, that appears to have a role in "the advanced brain functions that make us human".
Unique gene found in humans
Lawyer and ex-criminal unite to fight alcoholism
John Hayes and John Cartledge used to look at each other from opposite sides of the courtroom. One would be the accused, in the dock, and the other — a lawyer — would be his accuser.
Lawyer and ex-criminal unite to fight alcoholism
Struggling with drunkenness?
Time for action!
Struggling with drunkenness?
How penguins stay ice-free
Ice is extremely dangerous, both to airplane speed and to penguins dwelling in sub-zero environments, but it is never a problem for cold-climate penguins.
How penguins stay ice-free
True intimacy means sharing your burdens
Everyone comes into a marriage carrying emotional and relational baggage.
True intimacy means sharing your burdens
5 rude messages you have probably sent at work
Writing a friendly, respectful and efficient email in all situations can be difficult. Absent of facial expressions and body language, every written word determines tone and mood.
How to write a résumé
A résumé provides a well-thought-out, concise picture of you, the job seeker, as if it were a personal sales brochure.
Kipsang’s wisdom
Marathon champion Wilson Kipsang runs to help his people
Kipsang’s wisdom

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