Grenville Kent looks at the facts behind the best-selling novel-and now hit movie.
John Ashton pulls the cork on the uncounted costs of alcohol.
Is it possible that Jesus still walks among us? According to David Thiele He visited Lae recently.
Roland Hegstad challenges our love for God and humanity.
Should schools teach an alternative to Darwin's 150-year-old theory of evolution? Ewan Ward and Lynden Rogers consider the debate.
Even on the brink of divorce there are ways to keep your marriage together. Victor Parachin reviews some tried-and-true methods.
The 2004 Boxing Day tsunami ended both her honeymoon and the life of her new husband. Yet Trisha Broadbridge lives to bring life to those who suffered similar loss. Rochelle Woods explores Trisha's extraordinary life and courage.
Graeme Loftus wrestles with the nature of God. It's complicated but it's worth our attention.
The bookends of a day well spent- Hamley Perry spends a fulfilling day with his family and then graciously lets us have a peek in his diary.
Have you ever wished you could see God? Yiannis Dimitrio pulls back the curtain to reveal the reality.
It was more than just a place to sit. It was part of our family. Margaret Pearce considers the ...
Who am I? Who are you? Who is God? Samir Selmanovic finds poise and purpose in life's ultimate questions.
One way to know where a culture or civilisation has been is to look at the sites of its history.
The Sabbath is a weekly reminder that we need to take time to be with God, family and friends, to remember where we came from and what Jesus has done for us.
With the rates of obesity, type-2 diabetes, high-blood pressure and high cholesterol rising rapidly in children, packing a healthy lunch box has never been more important.
In hot weather, when there are many pollens in the air, do not rub itchy eyes.
The seventh day of the week as the Sabbath, as the Bible teaches it, has been a central teaching of Signs of the Times since it began publication in 1886.