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  • God's Promises for Your Future

    God's Promises for Your Future

    Sometimes, God’s promises are fulfilled by a mere change in perspective. Dorothy O’Neill tells how this happened to her.
  • Arctic Meltdown

    Arctic Meltdown

    Geoff Youlden tells us why we should be concerned about melting ice at the North Pole.
  • When My Father Died

    When My Father Died

    Harold Harker ponders life’s difficult questions and finds hope.
  • Desert Storm

    Desert Storm

    A camping experience reveals to Greg Butler God's promises.
  • Eternal Life Now?

    Eternal Life Now?

    Christians commonly think that eternal life will begin at Christ’s second coming. However, John Brunt points out that Jesus had a much different idea.
  • Reasons for Hope

    Reasons for Hope

    The Bible predicts scary times ahead. John Brunt tells us we need not fear them.
  • Waiting for the End

    Waiting for the End

    According to Seth Pierce, we have much to look forward to when it comes to Christ’s second coming.
  • Money Meltdown

    Money Meltdown

    Many thinking people are asking whether the current global economic crisis is foretold in Revelation, namely chapter 18. Ed Dickerson responds to that question.
  • Youth of the Nation

    Youth of the Nation

    The implications of the Arab uprisings have more relevance to Christianity than you may think. Geoff Youlden tells us why.
  • Myth, Mirage or Miracle

    Myth, Mirage or Miracle

    Is this brief life all that is on offer? Geoffrey Garne doesn’t think so.
  • Defying the Odds

    Defying the Odds

    Rochelle Fraser speaks to a mother who was told she’d never be able to help her son experience a full life.
  • The Arab Revolt

    The Arab Revolt

    Eric Webster looks at the current Arab revolt and discovers some lessons for all of us.
  • Why

    Why

    Why did God allow the earthquake and tsunami to strike Japan?
  • From Prison to Palace

    From Prison to Palace

    According to Doug Batchelor, we all have the opportunity to inherit an immense fortune.
  • Our Ageing Earth

    Our Ageing Earth

    Robert Wearner explains that in spite of its apparent solidity, the earth under our feet is constantly changing.
  • Once Saved, Maybe Saved?

    Once Saved, Maybe Saved?

    Felicito Fernando wasn’t sure he could answer “Yes” when asked whether he was saved. The answer he found to this question may help you to answer it too.
  • The Cancer Detour

    The Cancer Detour

    Embrace all of life and love it, says Ronda Armstrong, for even the parts we perceive as bad will contribute to its beauty.
  • Michael, Muhammad and Me

    Michael, Muhammad and Me

    People cope with life's bad news in different ways, but among the best is a sense of humour, as Parkinson's sufferer Alan Holman discovered.
  • Satisfaction in Action

    Satisfaction in Action

    A disaster can bring out the best in us, but it is sad that it often takes one to do so.
  • What Jesus Said About the Last Day

    What Jesus Said About the Last Day

    Some people believe the world is getting better and better, but Clifford Goldstein points out that Jesus dispelled that idea some 2000 years ago.
  • Knowing

    Knowing

    The future is all about knowing, and when you know the future, what do you do with the information? Malcolm Potts gives one clear answer worth heeding.
  • From the Ashes

    From the Ashes

    Just days after devastating fires ripped through rural Victoria, Adele Nash spoke with one family who'd lost everything. Almost.
  • The Hope of Judgment

    The Hope of Judgment

    Nathan Brown explores how the promise of God's judgment gives life meaning now.
  • Answers for Everything

    Answers for Everything

    Cristian Copaceanu inspects the judgment scene at the end of the Bible. What will it reveal about God?
  • Making Sense of Destruction

    Making Sense of Destruction

    Natural disasters always leave thousands of people asking why. Ed Dickerson examines the Bible's answer.
  • Looking for Hope

    Looking for Hope

    In different ways, all Australians have been affected by drought. Daniel Reynaud ponders the meaning of hope amid the dry.
  • Farewell, Sweet Dignity, We Hardly Knew Ye

    Farewell, Sweet Dignity, We Hardly Knew Ye

    Some things in life are hard to hold on to. Kim Peckham delves into discovering that which we can retain.
  • A Certain Kind of Hope

    A Certain Kind of Hope

    Jesus promised He would return to claim His followers. Graeme Loftus reflects on the life of those who wait in anticipation of that day.
  • Faith in Health and Healing

    Faith in Health and Healing

    Conflicting research findings disagree about the impact of prayer and faith in healing the sick. Victor Parachin suggests it is about focus.
  • Play At It

    Play At It

    Can a wheelchair become a throne? Jennifer Schwirzer suggests life is more about what we make of it than what it makes of us.
  • Treasures in Jars of Clay

    Treasures in Jars of Clay

    The stories in the Bible teach the value God places on each of us. Stephanie Fox recalls a few of her favourites.
  • When Jesus Returns

    When Jesus Returns

    Death makes its mark on each of us as we lose loved ones. Mark Finley offers hope for the sorrowful soul.
  • You are Never Alone

    You are Never Alone

    Christmas is meant to be a symbol of hope. It tells us we are not alone, that there is a Person behind the cosmos who cares.
  • The Gospel and the Resurrection

    The Gospel and the Resurrection

    Tony Moore, following the roads walked by the apostle Paul and the Scripture he penned, stumbled upon his view of death in a Corinth cemetery.
  • Jane and Glenn McGrath - Every Rose...

    Jane and Glenn McGrath - Every Rose...

    As cancer strikes for a third time, high-profile couple Jane and Glenn McGrath look for the roses among the thorns. Faith Williams looks at what the couple are saying-and doing-about their troubles.
  • Of Life and Death

    Of Life and Death

    The story of Jesus stretches credibility as no other. But it also gives hope like no other. It's your choice. By Graeme Loftus .
  • A Hope Stronger Than Evil

    A Hope Stronger Than Evil

    Bruce Manners finds out where God is when great atrocities are committed
  • When Trouble Comes

    When Trouble Comes

    When disasters and personal suffering hit, the question people ask is, where was God? Eric van Schoonhoven says there is an answer.
  • Hope Just Ahead

    Hope Just Ahead

    Over some 20,000 km in all, Tony Moore has retraced the missionary journeys of Paul. From beginning to end, he found hope.