Brilliant but bitter biologist’s eyes opened
I grew up enjoying Sunday school, believing God was real, even if my experiential life suggested to me He did not care.
Have you ever felt like you failed? A failure so big it left you feeling like the popular meme: “You had ONE job…”
Coke, crisps and hope
Sick of the stream of depressing and disheartening chatter that is the daily Covid-19 news cycle? Here's a coronavirus story that will lift some of that gloom.
Gymnast forgives her abuser
Former gymnast Rachael Denhollander was the first woman to publicly accuse former USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar of abusing the girls in his care.
Teaching my heart to beat again
When singer Danny Jay Gokey rose to fame in the US in the eighth season of American Idol in August 2008, not many people knew that he was grieving.
Finding an answer to the emptiness
As a child, Gerald Mthembi was a good boy who had a great family life, went to church regularly and obeyed all the rules.
Mark 12:38-13:20 - The Gospel of Mark
Is God telling us something?
I heard an old guy praying for our community recently.
Chance of a new start in our new normal
Many people—millions in fact, have entered a new experience. All caused by an unexpected virus coming on the scene.
Her rage turned to love
In spite of being raised in a good home with love and care, Katlego Moeketsi's continued alcohol abuse and anger issues had her family concerned.
Coronaviruses in creation
Does the Covid-19 outbreak support evolution?
How Oxford drove me away from atheism
I grew up in Australia, in a loving, secular home, and arrived at Sydney University as a critic of "religion."
Wayward girl to inspiring artist
Thirty years ago, if you had told Dena Gower she would one day be a well-regarded Aboriginal artist, activist and community hero in Australia, she would probably have taken a big swig of beer and laughed in your face.
Abandoned boy at last finds love
Julius Mosoeu was always angry because he had been abandoned by his parents as a young child
Mark 12:13-37 - The Gospel of Mark
Even ‘good’ boys need Good News
Even though Ludwig Schimper had a stable upbringing and a good family life, he struggled with bad habits