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Raising the right 'hosanna'

Raising the right 'hosanna'

5 April 2020

Taking another look at our Palm Sunday catchcry.... Read more

Disturbed and broken

Disturbed and broken

31 March 2020

Learning the language of lament.... Read more

Keeping up with the Windsors and Co.

Keeping up with the Windsors and Co.

24 March 2020

Maybe we should learn the Apostle Paul’s 'secret'... Read more

A very civil virus

A very civil virus

16 March 2020

Coronavirus reveals our loss of communal and societal strength.... Read more

The problem of sin

The problem of sin

13 March 2020

Evangelism in a no-fault society.... Read more

New life from the ashes

New life from the ashes

5 March 2020

Salvationist Carolyn Hide sees God's goodness evident even during the bushfire crisis.... Read more

The path that calls us to self denial

The path that calls us to self denial

4 March 2020

Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Scott Simpson, urges us to genuine sacrifice this Self Denial Appeal.... Read more

The problem with religion

The problem with religion

24 February 2020

Andy Bannister encourages us to find 'the third way' to live.... Read more

Compassionate presence

Compassionate presence

20 February 2020

Captain Sandra Pawar writes about a refugee ministry based on Jesus' example.... Read more

Lifestyle of justice

Lifestyle of justice

17 February 2020

This week marks international Social Justice Day. Casey O'Brien Machado says social justice is not a... Read more

The black hole of consumption

The black hole of consumption

11 February 2020

John Stackhouse writes about what happens when beauty and pleasure become our focus.... Read more

We need God, but we also need each other

We need God, but we also need each other

5 February 2020

Are you comfortable being 'needy'? Lieut-Colonel Laurie Robertson explores God's desire for us to be... Read more

Donaldsons' Monthly Message: February 2020

Donaldsons' Monthly Message: February 2020

3 February 2020

Australia Territory Leaders, Commissioners Janine and Robert Donaldson, discuss the importance of be... Read more

It all started with Mississippi Burning

It all started with Mississippi Burning

31 January 2020

Watching this movie sparked in me a passion for fighting injustice.... Read more

Summer 6: Life without social media

Summer 6: Life without social media

23 January 2020

Salvation Army Envoy Craig Stephens explains why he never switches on social media.... Read more

Mission in a post-truth world

Mission in a post-truth world

22 January 2020

In this post-truth world, Major Tara McGuigan asks, "Will the Church seize the day or will we be lef... Read more

Look for the helpers bringing hope to a nation

Look for the helpers bringing hope to a nation

12 January 2020

An Others reporter reflects on the light she has seen amid the darkness of the ongoing bushfire cris... Read more

Small things done consistently well

Small things done consistently well

2 January 2020

It comes down to one word and we can all play a part.... Read more

Future is assured when it’s in God’s hands

Future is assured when it’s in God’s hands

1 January 2020

Assistant-Editor-in-Chief, Scott Simpson reflects on 'old-times' and the future of the new year stre... Read more

Moral discernment in our time

Moral discernment in our time

3 October 2017

Moral dilemmas need resolution and dealing with them calls for clear thinking. So, where do we turn ... Read more