Philosophy is foundational to every walk of life even if we do not ascribe a label to a particular way of thought or lifestyle that drives our decision making and lived experiences
Regular church-folk find such Christian-ese tolerable. And for the unchurched, they are the reason why Christians seem weird. How’s your Christian-ese?
With everything that is going on in the world today and the increasing difficulty of going to church, here is why the internet is saving the day!
A new understanding of Christianity in modern Australia’s founding is as radical as calls for changing Australia Day but vitally important
If we desire to overcome the racial, cultural, and socioeconomic divides in our society, we need Christ
The struggle to find the true meaning and purpose of our existence is the inescapable reality that confronts us all, but it is through our choice to seek the eternal kingdom that is free from the human corruption of this world that our hope is found
Inner West Line commuters could be looking forward to additional train services from City to Liverpool via Regents Park under a Transport for NSW proposal for Sydney’s railways in 2024
When we realise and accept that each one of us has a value not only to ourselves but to the communal good of our society, our life’s purposes can be guided by a higher meaning
As we drink on April 30 to celebrate Boba Day in recognition of Pearl Milk Tea, why not reflect on how Jesus is the real pearl among cultural dualisms
Here are 5 things that Sunday School skipped over, and which should encourage us into looking into Biblical hermeneutics…
The NSW Government has promised to maintain Sydney Trains services beyond Bankstown, which were scheduled for closure when the $15 billion Sydney Metro City and Southwest opens