The Letterbox Project is a letter writing initiative that aims to bring meaningful connection to older and isolated Australians.
Instruments for the Outback is a program helping indigenous kids in remote parts of Australia to learn to play and record music.
Daniel Ough is the founder of a free career and coaching service, Jobsearchhelp4u, established to help people impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown.
Warakurna is the only police station entirely run by indigenous officers, and it features in the new documentary Our Law screening on Monday June 22nd.
Keller is the founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, and author of many books on apologetics and the Christian faith.
On Sunday June 7, The Blessing Australia video was released featuring the voices and instruments of musicians in over 300 churches from multiple denominations.
It’s Time to Pause Pandemic Thinking and Get Back to Future Dreaming, Says NY Times Bestseller Bob Goff
Bob Goff says we can still love well in the midst of our struggle, and that new ‘life dreams and ambitions’ may be birthed in this season.
“I was always struck by his ability to unpack worldviews and to explain the Christian faith and its relevance clearly and winsomely.”
While the COVID-19 pandemic is universally affecting everyone, men – and dads in particular – are feeling the strain in unique ways.