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Worth more than gold
Jack Toholke always dreamed of standing in front of his family and friends after winning gold for Australia in the Olympics; but he attained a far more valuable prize.
Worth more than gold
Were you there?
Thoughts for ANZAC Day
Were you there?
Death - the destiny of all people
The first part in a short series that explores the ultimate end of us all.
Death - the destiny of all people
The Aussie’s magnificent obsession
In a world where empires collapse, earthquakes devastate, assassins slay and armies crush, no news is as important to many Australians as who won the footy. We are sport crazy. At least, it could easily look that way to some outside observer.
The Aussie’s magnificent obsession
Tat artist ‘chased down’ by God
Thirty-nine-year-old J. Brett Prince says he was living just fine in the secular world, without faith. "I thought that I had no need for religion, I thought that the Bible was wrong, I thought that Jesus didn't even exist. I was very, very wrong," he confesses on Youtube.
Tat artist ‘chased down’ by God
Actor escapes porn and finds true love
Brittni De La Mora was asked to act in 'romantic' movies – but it turned out they were far from romantic.
Actor escapes porn and finds true love
Norris’ son forges own path
What was it like to be the son of the martial artist who inspired jokes like, “Chuck Norris can cut through a hot knife… with butter”?
Norris’ son forges own path
Witch learns higher wisdom
As a girl, Annie Meadows was introduced to the occult through dabbling with a Ouija board – one of those so-called 'harmless' scary games played at many Halloween parties.
Witch learns higher wisdom
Objective measures of our worth
Have you ever wondered why our society is so competitive? There are championship events held on almost everything. From sport to sales, the arts, and even monopoly. Why are we so focused on competition? For many it is a means of entertainment and interest, but for most it's about having an objective measure of our worth.
Objective measures of our worth
Abuse and torture victim finds healing
Sam Almond has had a bumpy road to travel since the day that her parents decided to get divorced. She has been beaten, abused, tortured and nearly killed, but Sam still has the faith and the energy to keep moving forward.
Abuse and torture victim finds healing
Why is Black Panther such a popular and profound film?
I saw Black Panther recently, which makes me anything but unusual. The movie had the highest grossing February film debut in history.
Why is Black Panther such a popular and profound film?
Rejected and misunderstood yet Liz soars like an eagle
Growing up, Elizabeth Laine struggled with impatience, impulsiveness, and theft. Her father was in the army so they moved around a lot. Elizabeth and her family had each other, but she still battled with loneliness and insecurity.
Rejected and misunderstood yet Liz soars like an eagle
The organic/paleo/detox movements and what they reveal about us
Okay wow that was a long title. So I have been thinking—as I drink my single origin signature blend latte at my favourite coffee spot—is it just me, or is everything either organic or something like it these days? It seems paleo is the latest thing ... well more like the latest thing to hit mainstream. From my understanding it has been around for a while in Europe .
The organic/paleo/detox movements and what they reveal about us
Depression turned to delight
Sal shares on Vimeo how his life was turned around.
Depression turned to delight
Let beauty be the judge
Before he died in 2016, Helmut Hahn, the “shell man” of British Columbia shared his story with Carl Wieland
Let beauty be the judge
Hibernation on the ark?
When the fat-tailed dwarf lemurs of western Madagascar were found to hibernate (for seven months of the year) in their tree-hole nests (see www.creation.com/tropical-hibern), it was thought they were the only primates to do so.
Hibernation on the ark?
A different kind of hope
What are you hoping for?
A different kind of hope
Marriage meets our deepest needs
I mentioned last month about how we have become obsessed in our culture with programs like Married at First Sight or the new kid on the block, Date Night.
Marriage meets our deepest needs
Lion
Little Saroo (Sunny Pawar) lives with his mother, sister and beloved older brother Guddu in a village near Khandwa, India. One night, he falls asleep aboard an empty train and wakes to find himself travelling thousands of miles across the country, towards Calcutta.
Lion
Lessons from a sausage dog (Part 13)
As I was saying goodbye to my husband the other morning, the dog shot out of the door and cornered a green parrot (locally known as a 28) under the bushes, badly injuring it. After initially trying to save the poor bird, I realised it was past help and I let Carrie finish the job rather than have the parrot suffer indefinitely.
Lessons from a sausage dog (Part 13)
Love overwhelms US olympian
Kelly Clark's rise in the world of snowboarding has made her a legend in the halfpipe. She has clocked up 70 competition wins, three Olympic medals (a gold and two bronze) and 10 X Games medals, nine of them gold. But although she literally soars to incredible heights in the snow, it took getting grounded in her beliefs for Kelly to really know herself.
Love overwhelms US olympian

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