In trying to get with the times to be mainstream and socially acceptable, many have forgotten that the Gospel is a timeless truth.
Roydon Ng reflects on an interesting fortnight in Australia where politics, society and faith spectacularly collided with Graham, Peterson and Pell
Adding to the pain experienced by transgender people will undermine the Christian testimony and make it harder to live in accordance with an identity vested in Jesus Christ
To respond to ridicule and rejection with anger at those who marginalise Christians is to close the door on public discussions of faith.
As Australia grows in wealth, we are becoming an increasingly individualistic society – one that seeks less and less to relate to the community around us as well as growing distant from our Christian heritage.
“Keep America Great #Kanye2024. I love Donald Trump – he is my brother. Black people don’t have to be Democrats…” – Kayne West and Chance the Rapper
As public opinion increasingly turns away from the church, the followers of Jesus ought to get their house in order or risk further undermining the Gospel of Christ
Less religious people is actually a good thing. Faith, not religion that matters.
Australians should take advantage of the national Census on Tuesday 9th August to bust the myth of high levels of Christianity in the country.
RICE Rally 2015’s theme of For What You’re Worth featured a keynote sermon by Pastor Steve Chong at the Australian Technology Park, Sydney on 15th August.