Entertainment and Arts
Mike Rathke chats about coming from a rough childhood, to meeting Christ and having his life transformed and then stepping into ministry.
‘Mao’s Last Dancer’ Li Cunxin’s Australian wife was also an accomplished international ballerina but had to give it up for their family.
Chris says believers have an opportunity to learn something new about worship: that it’s refined in times of trouble, and is our way through the trouble.
We Are Messengers lead vocalist Darren Mulligan chats about the new album, Power and why their songs are resonating with the broken and marginalised.
Since last summer’s bushfires and through the COVID pandemic, the tenacious Australian spirit and our harsh landscapes have carried a new significance to many across our country.
Brothers Gary and Brad Pinto, family friends Andrew De Silva, Danny Williams and later Jude Nicholas, carved a path for R&B in Australia.
Christmas Jars follows cadet journalist Hope Jensen, who finds a jar of money and ends up uncovering an anonymous movement of generosity.
The Matthew McConaughey you discover in his book reveals him to be an incredibly deep thinker and driven by a very specific set of values.
Canadian artists, Manic Drive, made up of brothers Shawn and Michael Cavallo chat about the impact of COVID and their new single, Thank God I’m Alive.
Artist Ayiesha Woods knows the chaos and joy of family all too well, welcoming her fourth baby boy during the pandemic.