Wayne Hindson chats with Duncan Phillips about their new project Newsboys United
When we learn to make the presence of God the bedrock of our certainty, then we will be able to navigate through whatever may come our way.
We catch up with the brothers from Manic Drive, Shawn and Michael, to talk about some upcoming new releases from them.
As part of Mental Health Week (Oct 10-17), a new documentary THE GIRL ON THE BRIDGE will grace Australian screens, wading headfirst into that important conversation.
Christy Johnson from Fearless BND talks about her and her husband Jeremy’s journey to starting the worship group, ministry beyond the stage, and the heart behind some of their songs.
The Broken Hearts Gallery follows the always unique Lucy, a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder.
Eric Marshall from Young Oceans talks about the genesis of the project and how COVID has transformed how he does ministry in his local community.
“Mental Illness is Not a Sin Issue. I Watched My Husband Run to God in His Pain,” Widow-Turned-Author Kayla Stoecklein
In new book, Kayla Stoecklein unpacks the disease that caused her husband so much pain, along with the tenacious faith in God he had running alongside it.
While searching for her missing mother, intrepid teen Enola Holmes uses her sleuthing skills to outsmart big brother Sherlock and help a runaway lord.
Marriage is washing his dirty laundry, sharing a bathroom, a toilet, a bed. It’s seeing your wife’s body change when she’s pregnant and giving birth.