Author: 1079 Life
‘Being heard is the first step to healing.’ These words from Patrick Regan sum up well the TV conversation you’re about to see.
We all want our kids to feel good. Ice cream. Beach days. Playdates. These are all great for bringing joy. But typically, these good feelings don’t last.
In December 2017, beloved SBS newsreader Anton Enus suddenly disappeared from Australian TV. He had discovered, out of the blue, that he had bowel cancer.
According to the World Health Organisation, one in four of the world’s population will suffer from a mental health disorder at some stage of their life.
Beloved Aussie singer-songwriter-childrens’ entertainer teamed up with Mission Aviation Fellowship – better known as MAF – to write a song.
Father’s Day can be a difficult day of the year for some of us. We get it. Some of our dads are sick, some are lost to us.
Tim Fischer is being remembered as a man of deep spirituality and resolve, as politicians and journalists pay tribute to the former Deputy Prime Minister.
Film-maker Alex Kendrick, along with his brothers grew up in a house without a TV. A trip to the cinema to watch the latest blockbuster was a special event.
It’s time to fight the desire to have our lives perfect before sharing Jesus. No one is perfect, so let’s not let it cripple us.
It’s a powerful story, and one preacher and author Priscilla Shirer was keen to be a part of, after making her acting debut as Elizabeth Jordan in War Room.