As we fast approach Christmas and frantically search for gifts for family and friends, let me share with you a rule I have in my household when it comes to gift buying: "Something you wear, something you need, something for fun, something you read." I love this rule.
The tree is up, the shopping has begun and the stockings are hung by the chimney with care. For many of our Australian readers, the start of Christmas is the signal that the year is wrapping up. With Christmas and New Years just around the corner, it is time
Good spiritual discussions excite us. It is understandable that we are eager to get to them with others at church. With the best intentions we want to encourage each other, spur one another on and remind others of biblical truths. But in trying to achieve this important task,
Shining a monthly spotlight on a ministry that we thank God for. We love seeing different ministries striving to train people in discipleship and gospel leadership, especially where this training isn’t happening often. That’s why this month we are shining the spotlight on an Australian ministry, Blue Collar Ministry
So, you’ve seen our latest resource, You, Me and the Bible. You thought to yourself, “yes, that looks quite good.” You may have even thought of non-Christians you could ask to sit down and read the Bible with you. But we wanted to show just how versatile
Home groups start off as a bunch of strangers gathering together to read the Bible, but the hope is that they will grow to be more. Our ideal home groups are places where people care for one another, they are open and honest with each other and they do
One of the best and simplest ways to share the gospel with someone is to put a good book in their hands. Here are 7 tips to help you do that well: Read the book first and pray for the person you might be able to give it
On Friday afternoons I find myself sitting in McDonald's, a cup of tea in hand, listening intently to girls ten years younger than myself. This precious hour is one of the highlights of my week. I love meeting with the teenage girls from church, chatting about life and God and