How Can Jesus Really Be the Answer?Faith

How Can Jesus Really Be the Answer?

We live in a time of much fear, uncertainty and difficulty. Dr Sam Chan discusses the relevance of Jesus in…

Beyond the Facebook Friend: How to Build Great RelationshipsRelationships

Beyond the Facebook Friend: How to Build Great Relationships

Many Australians have lots of Facebook friends but few genuine relationships. Here are four characteristics of a true friend.

Why Think? A Tribute to Ravi ZachariasFaith

Why Think? A Tribute to Ravi Zacharias

Thinking about life’s biggest questions was the heart and passion of the late Ravi Zacharias. We discuss how to find…

Interview with Dami Im: How Can We Sing When It Hurts?Entertainment and Arts

Interview with Dami Im: How Can We Sing When It Hurts?

Singer Dami Im shares part of her story and some of the challenges of stardom and how she finds comfort,…

Five Ways in Which Netflix Reveals Something BiggerEntertainment and Arts

Five Ways in Which Netflix Reveals Something Bigger

Does our desire for drama point to something more? Here are five bigger questions to consider after a good Netflix…

How Can God Be Real When the World Is so Messed Up?Faith

How Can God Be Real When the World Is so Messed Up?

At the age of 9, Dan Paterson experienced a car accident which prompted a life journey exploring some of the…

Is There an End to Infectious Disease?News

Is There an End to Infectious Disease?

An interview with Dr. Justin Denholm, infectious disease consultant and medical director of the Victorian Tuberculosis program.

What Happens When I Die?Lifestyle

What Happens When I Die?

In this conversation with humour and wisdom, hear how the death of someone close prompted this guy to confront some…

Hasn’t Archaeology Disproved the Bible?Faith

Hasn’t Archaeology Disproved the Bible?

Is there any archaeological evidence for the Bible or is it all just a fabricated myth? We confront these big questions…

Why Be Generous?Faith

Why Be Generous?

In a world of many needs, being generous can be hard. Hear from the “generosity monk” who sees the power…