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Effective Apologetics in the 21st Century Part 1 of 2 by Ravi Zacharias

This 26 minute audio talk is well worth listening to, to understand what has happened from the 1950’s to children and the implications of the “killing of God” philosophy which has resulted in last century’s wholesale slaughter. Has the skill of Christian apologetics become outdated in the 21st Century or can we still answer the […]

War & Prayer

Extract from KINGDOM MENTALITY by T. R. Post Throughout history, Christians changed world events not so much through physical force but on their knees. World War II in particular was the setting for some of the most dramatic accounts of intercession. Rees Howells, founder of the Bible College of Wales, had his intercessors crying out […]

ANZAC Day – Bible chronicles a family’s sacrifice in war

MORE than 110 years after a soldier’s Bible first went to war, a young army officer in Afghanistan is the sixth member of his family to carry the sacred heirloom into conflict. Captain Justin McBurney, 24, keeps the NSW government-issued Soldier’s New Testament by his side at the main base at Tarin Kowt. The small, […]

Why the Battle for Marriage is so significant by Dr Lachlan Dunjey

3 May 2012 What is it that we are up against? A recap and why the battle for marriage is so significant. Humanity’s greatest crisis is the rebellion against what it means to be created in the Image of God, a rejection of who God is and what it means to be human. Society’s greatest […]

Australia Gears up for the National Day of Thanksgiving

We are receiving reports from across the nation of exciting initiatives that are taking place evidencing how the National Day of Thanksgiving is being creatively used to bless literally thousands of people by just one simple act of saying “thank you”. Take just these three stories as an illustration of that fact. News today of […]

Brisbane Father Gets Eight Months Jail for Peaceful Protest by Jason Rushton

April 28, 2012 A Brisbane father of seven is going to jail for 8 months for his efforts to protect the unborn. I spoke to him this week at his home in Brisbane and was awed by his courage so I told Jason Rushton about him. Jason is a journalist with LifeSiteNews.com and tells the […]

My Husband went to Jail this week by Liz Preston

April 28, 2012 If a child is about to be killed, everyone should try to save that child. Right? Now, hold that thought for a minute. My husband went to jail this week. For eight months. His crime? Sitting down. Yes, I know, sitting down is not usually regarded as being a crime and especially […]

Afghanistan Church “a smouldering wick” (Isaiah 42:3 NIV)

On 15 April 2012 Islamic militants attacked Kabul and three other major cities. After occupying a building in Kabul’s most secure sector, attacks were launched against the German, British, US, Japanese and Russian Embassies, as well as against government facilities and military bases. Amidst all his,the Church in Afghanistan, though very small and ‘underground’, is […]

Hockey blasts attitude of ‘entitlement’

Michelle Grattan SMH April 19, 2012 SHADOW treasurer Joe Hockey has condemned systems of ”universal entitlement” in Western democracies, contrasting this attitude with the concept of ”filial piety” thriving across Asia where people get what they work for and families look after their own. Speaking in London, Mr Hockey said that by Western standards the […]

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