Bushfires – across the nation

Bushfires – across the nation

Australia it seems has a third certainty apart from the old adage of taxes and death, and this is that every summer the nation experiences bush fires and inevitably homes are destroyed, burnt to the ground.

  • One Day in Melbourne on 19 May

    One Day in Melbourne on 19 May

    One Day in Melbourne for 2018 is on the 19 May. This is the 3rd annual One Day in Melbourne for mission publication editors, writers, designers, social media mavens, authors, bloggers, self-publishers.

  • Federal Court's ruling a bed fellow for itinerant evangelists

    Federal Court's ruling a bed fellow for itinerant evangelists

    This ruling has serious implications as the reader will soon realise. Some time ago a full bench decision of the Federal Court, as revealed in a Sydney Morning Herald, being injured while having sex when within a work environment is a work related injury and therefore claimable. 

  • Theology adviser aims for main stream

    Theology adviser aims for main stream

    Way back in 2008 the then Christian Today editor sought me out as a columnist, and shortly afterwards, as a theological and philosophical adviser. Over these past 10 years it has also been my privilege to introduce a team of young sports writers, followed by young Comment writers and then, a team of New Zealand and International young writers.

  • New Zealand young writers working toward autonomy

    New Zealand young writers working toward autonomy

    The New Zealand young writers program is taking a leap forward with inaugural steps toward autonomy from Australia's Press Service International.

  • 'Small Media” new focus of Christian Media Leaders

    'Small Media” new focus of Christian Media Leaders

    Christian Media Leaders met again with an outcome to work with one or two “small Christian media” each year for positive outcomes.

  • Christian Media Leaders meet for 2nd year – 10 February gathering

    Christian Media Leaders meet for 2nd year – 10 February gathering

    Christian media leaders meet for the second year tomorrow (Saturday) 10 February at the Salvation Army's Stanmore House in Sydney.

  • NZ Tourism and Kiwi Rail hand in hand

    NZ Tourism and Kiwi Rail hand in hand

    As this article is being published in Christian Today, my wife Delma and I are on our way back to the Gold Coast after a week in New Zealand.

  • Concreting the Laguna Quays Respite drive

    Concreting the Laguna Quays Respite drive

    This is another of those wonderful interviews for the Australian Missionary News IPTV, this one is concreting the Laguna Quays Respite drive in 2011.

  • ‘The Resurrection - an unimaginable joy, a story to broadcast’

    ‘The Resurrection - an unimaginable joy, a story to broadcast’

    Christians have a specific focus on the death of Jesus on the Cross at Calvary which leads us into an unknown world followed by the resurrection which brings hope and assurance.

  • Country Town Tour philosophy a winner  

    Country Town Tour philosophy a winner  

    The Well-Being Australia 'Country Town Tour' program which has run since the mid eighties has often had long lead-up times as preparations need to be put in place such as youth programs, schools, service clubs, men's breakfasts and dinners and the like.

  • Ethical dilemma for IS captured

    Ethical dilemma for IS captured

    News.com on Monday published an article relating to the capture of German citizen IS bride Linda Wenzel - who found her way to IS at 16 years of age - and the options relating to what happens next.  

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