The Letterbox Project is a letter writing initiative that aims to bring meaningful connection to older and isolated Australians.
When we’re seeing people through God’s love and hope-filled eyes, people are no longer an inconvenience, but walking miracles.
Who else would be grateful for an open invitation into your tribe today? Love often lies on the other side of convenience.
Check out these group video call tools that are available to help us stay connected and continue community through disrupting times.
What does it mean to live in poverty? If you pictured a young family living in a crowded makeshift community in India, you’d be right. However, that image alone isn’t the full picture of this vast and unjust human experience that we call poverty. We’re a nation built on equality; equality of opportunity and giving […]
After 5 years of going strong, KompleteCare continues to care & support South Australians in need. KompleteCare is a family run health care service that focuses on caring for all individuals and their families when they need it most. They strive to help those under their care remain both independent and involved in their communities […]
Stories of Life, in partnership with 1079 Life, is a writing competition that seeks out everyday stories of faith and inspiration. Individuals like you who have been inspired by our extraordinary God can explore any aspect of faith – and so lateral thinking is welcome and encouraged. We are looking for stories about how you […]
Suburban Taxis is a South Australian own and grown taxi service that is the perfect commuting experience for any occasion. Proudly South Australian owned and operated, Suburban taxis boasts a wide variety of vehicles in its fleet of transport taxis which the company has on hand for just about any occasion. The company’s vehicles range […]
After a busy week of working, cooking, cleaning and shuttling kids around, you can always just stay in or catch a TV preacher, right?
“There’s something about the character or nature of God that you discover in those places, that [you] can never find on the mountaintop”.