Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.
You know the Mitre 10 advert talking about the DIY guy versus the guy who pays someone to do it for him? I’m the guy that pays—or rather, I’m the guy that tries to do it himself, makes a massive mess and then asks his mates to help.
Simon Barnett is every bit the carey-sharey guy that listeners love to laugh with on his popular nationwide radio show.
We’re talking about that naughty word ‘feminism,’ of course. Now, I’m not a feminist, but …
Jeremy Suisted asks what Oscar the cat can teach us about dealing with death, and living with life.
In the movie Gladiator, Russell Crowe plays Maximus Meridius who is sold into slavery as a gladiator.
The greatness of our faith is not measured by great successes, but in our so-called ‘failures’, reflects Darren Elkington, in the final of his three-part series.
Darren Elkington examines stories from the New Testament gospels and finds there is no formula for faith—only a powerful God.
Harold Hill opens the pages of Matthew Vines’ defence of gay Christianity.
Media Prayer Day, organised by the Christian Broadcasting Association, is on 10 August. It’s simply a chance for Christians to come together as individuals and communities of faith, to pray for our media.