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Over 200,000 Australian children and teenagers are anticipated to skip school today, to join in “School Strike 4 Climate” protest rallies across the nation.

Over 200,000 Australian children and teenagers are anticipated to skip school today, to join in “School Strike 4 Climate” protest rallies across the nation.

The Salvation Army has for the very first time opened up the Strawberry Field visitor centre to the public in Liverpool, England. As well as giving Beatles fans the very first chance to see first-hand the iconic place that inspired John Lennon to write Strawberry Fields Forever, the Salvation Army will provide creative ways to […]

Celebrated US biologist and leading voice in the ‘Intellectual Dark Web” has admitted God is a “hack” we need, despite being an atheist. It’s part of a debate recorded with Dr Alister McGrath for The Big Conversation, a series which has had an estimate audience of 5 million since it launched. Highlights of the debate […]

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September 12, 2019

In October Kit and Aiden will abseil 132 metres down the Westpac building in the Adelaide CBD! Why? The brave pair are taking part in the AnglicareSA Adelaide City Plunge to help fight homelessness. Watch them explain in this quick video. Donate now to either Kit or Aidens tally and tell Aiden what song you […]

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September 12, 2019

1079 Life supports Crimestoppers, the South Australian Police and the Australian Federal Police in continuing to remind the public of missing persons cases in Australia Kirste Gordon aged 4 and Joanne Ratcliffe aged 11, went missing from Adelaide Oval, SA while attending an Australian Rules football match on 25 August 1973. Kirste and Joanne were sighted a number of […]

There is only one doctor accessible to every 20,000 people in Papua New Guinea’s Western Province. With very few airstrips to fly in and hardly any roads, YWAM Ships is working alongside the country’s national department of health to bring vital medical help to some of the most remote parts of this province. YWAM teams […]

Cover image by Lorrene McClymont, an Author and Photographer based in South Australia. She writes faith based blogs under the Essential Hope Banner. All images can be purchased through the Hope Images website SA farmer confidence builds, but outlook remains heavily dependent on spring rain. Results at a glance: ■ South Australian farmer confidence has continued to build, but […]

Christianity is considered a minority religion and is largely rejected by the Muslim population living in Tabora, however, the locals do value help from churches.

Life in Sydney was difficult for the Fairfax family. Their fourth child, born during the sea voyage, died only a few months after their arrival.


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