Finding joy at Oxford
Arriving at Oxford University to complete her studies in Philosophy, Dr. Carolyn Weber was both a feminist and agnostic before the people she encountered there rocked her belief system.
Depression turned to delight
Sal shares on Vimeo how his life was turned around.
Finding meaning in the midst of materialism
"About eight months ago," Caroline Zielinski writes in an opinion piece for ABC news, "I did a very scary thing. I quit my job to search for meaning — and it dramatically improved my health."
Murderer finds mercy
Gary Norris had been arrested and charged with first degree murder. He was going to spend the rest of his life behind the bars of Louisiana's Angola State Penitentiary, the largest maximum security prison in the US
Aaron’s witness converts cellmate
"I have not always been a Christian. Upon entering prison in 1998, I had little or no faith, and my exposure to Christianity in prison turned me away from it altogether.
John 12:44-13:20 - The Gospel of John
All-rounder now top rower
Angela Hannah is one very thankful Olympian
Anorexic teen finds bread of life
The joy in April Shipton's voice when she sings in church now shows no hint of her dark past when she stood in front of a mirror with self-hatred raging in her heart - and heard a voice calling her 'disgusting'.
A soldier’s story
The army was advancing. A soldier stationed on the ridge was signalling when a bullet struck him and he fell, a crumpled heap, into a shell hole.
Thy will be done - really?
From praying for her dog to losing part of her colon, Kathy has found God in the deep places of despair.
We want more!
More and more our way of life seems to be centred around things. To possess a good house, furniture, clothes, cars and a growing array of consumer items is what life is all about, so it seems.
Axe-wielding Satanist makes a change
On the day Greg Zumwalt was going to walk through the prison block wielding his axe before putting a bullet through his own head, was the day he found himself in front of the doors of the prison chapel.
John 12:25-43 - The Gospel of John
Grace enough for sporting couple
Rugby and netball professionals learnt of a life beyond sport
Loss is part of being human
What is it that makes us human?
What can eat away my sins?
In season three of Netflix's The Blacklist FBI agent Elizabeth Keen remembers something horrific she did in her past and finally understands why the mysterious Raymond Reddington (Red) was trying to keep it from her.
Overcoming incredible odds
I read a news story the other day about a woman who was born with a rare disease that means her body is full of cysts. When she was born, doctors damaged her facial nerves removing cysts "by the handful" from her face. Now Hannah Vaugh Stetzer is unable to close her eyes or mouth.
Chocolatier made life sweeter
'What to bring when you're told not to bring a thing.'
You can bet your life God can change you
Like many Aussies, Alan Perkins was addicted to gambling and alcohol for much of his life. However, his story is one of escape from those traps to a life of freedom with Jesus.