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The Story of Australia’s First Saint, Mary MacKillop, Children and The Poor

In a stiff, strict world where no excuses were tolerated, Mary MacKillop’s kindness was remarkable, and her life was one of service, love and humility.

Finding Peace in an Upside Down World

Social media is filled with angry opinions on the current status of the world and it seems overwhelming… but changing your habits could make all the difference.

Australia’s Future Demographic Identity

Data has the power to show us where we have come from and gives us a glimpse into the future of what could be. Here’s what it says about our identity.

Susie Youssef on Why TV Show ‘Making It Australia’ Will Inspire Creativity

‘Making It Australia’ features 13 amazing makers from around Australia competing in various challenges, hosted by comedian Susie Youssef.

Empowering Our Kids For Community

Empowerment is not about giving your kids permission to do whatever they please with no consideration for others in their community.

“Whole-Of-Life” Approach Needed to Prevent Violence Against Women, Says Report

The ‘Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence and Harassment Against Women and Girls’ report was put together by La Trobe University researchers.

What Is Your Business’s Silent Pulse? These 5 Questions Will Tell You…

Gauging the health of a business is best done by measuring its relevance, and this means looking at markers we might otherwise ignore.

Drive-by Christianity

Some people practice drive-by Christianity, but the Bible doesn’t talk about visiting the house of God. It talks about dwelling in the house of God.

“I’m Grateful I Had a Brain Tumour” Says Comedy Writer Jeannie Gaffigan

Jeannie’s recovery wasn’t easy, with months attached to tubes and retraining herself to speak after a tracheotomy, but it’s an experience she appreciates.

What Are The Most Common Acts of Kindness in Australia?

The average Australian performs 16 acts of kindness every week through the words they speak, the actions they perform, and the time they give.

Finding Peace in an Upside Down World

Social media is filled with angry opinions on the current status of the world and it seems overwhelming… but changing your habits could make all the difference.

Australia’s Future Demographic Identity

Data has the power to show us where we have come from and gives us a glimpse into the future of what could be. Here’s what it says about our identity.

Susie Youssef on Why TV Show ‘Making It Australia’ Will Inspire Creativity

‘Making It Australia’ features 13 amazing makers from around Australia competing in various challenges, hosted by comedian Susie Youssef.

Empowering Our Kids For Community

Empowerment is not about giving your kids permission to do whatever they please with no consideration for others in their community.

“Whole-Of-Life” Approach Needed to Prevent Violence Against Women, Says Report

The ‘Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence and Harassment Against Women and Girls’ report was put together by La Trobe University researchers.

What Is Your Business’s Silent Pulse? These 5 Questions Will Tell You…

Gauging the health of a business is best done by measuring its relevance, and this means looking at markers we might otherwise ignore.

Drive-by Christianity

Some people practice drive-by Christianity, but the Bible doesn’t talk about visiting the house of God. It talks about dwelling in the house of God.

“I’m Grateful I Had a Brain Tumour” Says Comedy Writer Jeannie Gaffigan

Jeannie’s recovery wasn’t easy, with months attached to tubes and retraining herself to speak after a tracheotomy, but it’s an experience she appreciates.

What Are The Most Common Acts of Kindness in Australia?

The average Australian performs 16 acts of kindness every week through the words they speak, the actions they perform, and the time they give.

Australian Churches Unite to Offer Homes, Seek Extra Visas for Afghans

Christians United for Afghanistan is a movement spearheaded by Micah Australia that is asking the Australian Government to do three things.

PAKISTAN: Clerics Oppose Law Aimed at Criminalising Forced Conversions

Muslim clerics in Pakistan are opposing a proposed law aimed at stopping the forced conversion of minorities.

INDIA: Radicals Threaten to Attack Churches

After holding a rally, radicals in Gujarat state issued a statement to district authorities telling them that if they did not stop church activities in the region,

ERITREA: Fifteen Christians Re-arrested

The Eritrean authorities recently arrested 15 Christians in raids on their houses in the capital Asmara.

10 September – Afghanistan Update

As VOM’s support project for our brothers and sisters in Afghanistan continues, we are pleased to bring you another update.

IRAN: The Book with All the Answers

Mar 9, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News The Islamic Revolution of 1979 led to the establishment of the world’s only country governed by an Islamic theocracy. Today, many of those who committed their lives to Islamic rule are filled with despair. This...

NIGERIA: Remember Leah Sharibu, Three Years Captive

Mar 2, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News On 19 February 2018, Islamic jihadists from Boko Haram swept into Dapchi town, Yobe State, northern Nigeria. They kidnapped 110 girls, mostly Muslim, from Dapchi’s Government Girls’ Science and Technical College. A few...

Mexico: They found a window

Mar 1, 2021 | All Posts, e-News, News Pastors in southern Mexico found a way to distribute thousands of much-wanted Bibles despite COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Christians make up approximately three percent of the population in southern Mexico – a region that has a...

INDIA: Pregnant Mother Beaten, Loses Baby

Feb 23, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Radical Hindus recently attacked Christians in India, beating several church members, including a pastor, and killing an unborn baby. One extremist assaulted Lila Bhai, who was eight months pregnant with her second...

IRAN: Ebrahim Firouzi Imprisoned after Exposing Harassment

Feb 17, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Iranian Christians request prayer for convert Ebrahim Firouzi who has been arrested after publicising continual harassment from Iranian intelligence (MOIS). On 6 February Ebrahim released a series of six videos...

PAKISTAN: Christian Evangelists Charged with Committing Blasphemy

Feb 16, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Two Christian evangelists are being charged with violating Pakistan’s notorious blasphemy law and could face a mandatory death sentence if found guilty. The two Christians are being accused of making derogatory remarks...

Australia’s Future Demographic Identity

Data has the power to show us where we have come from and gives us a glimpse into the future of what could be. Here’s what it says about our identity.

Susie Youssef on Why TV Show ‘Making It Australia’ Will Inspire Creativity

‘Making It Australia’ features 13 amazing makers from around Australia competing in various challenges, hosted by comedian Susie Youssef.

Empowering Our Kids For Community

Empowerment is not about giving your kids permission to do whatever they please with no consideration for others in their community.

“Whole-Of-Life” Approach Needed to Prevent Violence Against Women, Says Report

The ‘Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence and Harassment Against Women and Girls’ report was put together by La Trobe University researchers.

What Is Your Business’s Silent Pulse? These 5 Questions Will Tell You…

Gauging the health of a business is best done by measuring its relevance, and this means looking at markers we might otherwise ignore.

Drive-by Christianity

Some people practice drive-by Christianity, but the Bible doesn’t talk about visiting the house of God. It talks about dwelling in the house of God.

“I’m Grateful I Had a Brain Tumour” Says Comedy Writer Jeannie Gaffigan

Jeannie’s recovery wasn’t easy, with months attached to tubes and retraining herself to speak after a tracheotomy, but it’s an experience she appreciates.

What Are The Most Common Acts of Kindness in Australia?

The average Australian performs 16 acts of kindness every week through the words they speak, the actions they perform, and the time they give.

Australian Churches Unite to Offer Homes, Seek Extra Visas for Afghans

Christians United for Afghanistan is a movement spearheaded by Micah Australia that is asking the Australian Government to do three things.

Business Owner, Which of These 3 ‘R’s Is Preventing Your Progress?

Almost every business wants to be known for being innovative, not all have the mindset that will get them there. Here are 3 common roadblocks to innovation.

Susie Youssef on Why TV Show ‘Making It Australia’ Will Inspire Creativity

‘Making It Australia’ features 13 amazing makers from around Australia competing in various challenges, hosted by comedian Susie Youssef.

Empowering Our Kids For Community

Empowerment is not about giving your kids permission to do whatever they please with no consideration for others in their community.

“Whole-Of-Life” Approach Needed to Prevent Violence Against Women, Says Report

The ‘Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence and Harassment Against Women and Girls’ report was put together by La Trobe University researchers.

What Is Your Business’s Silent Pulse? These 5 Questions Will Tell You…

Gauging the health of a business is best done by measuring its relevance, and this means looking at markers we might otherwise ignore.

Drive-by Christianity

Some people practice drive-by Christianity, but the Bible doesn’t talk about visiting the house of God. It talks about dwelling in the house of God.

“I’m Grateful I Had a Brain Tumour” Says Comedy Writer Jeannie Gaffigan

Jeannie’s recovery wasn’t easy, with months attached to tubes and retraining herself to speak after a tracheotomy, but it’s an experience she appreciates.

What Are The Most Common Acts of Kindness in Australia?

The average Australian performs 16 acts of kindness every week through the words they speak, the actions they perform, and the time they give.

Australian Churches Unite to Offer Homes, Seek Extra Visas for Afghans

Christians United for Afghanistan is a movement spearheaded by Micah Australia that is asking the Australian Government to do three things.

Business Owner, Which of These 3 ‘R’s Is Preventing Your Progress?

Almost every business wants to be known for being innovative, not all have the mindset that will get them there. Here are 3 common roadblocks to innovation.

Michael Keaton’s 9/11 ‘Worth’ Asks Can We Actually Valuate a Life? [Movie Review]

Wanting to prevent “a sever buckling of the economy”, the US Congress developed the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund.

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