The flowing copperplate script with red and white colours is a logo that is recognisable around the world, but how much of it’s history is known?
What does it mean to make history? Nelson Mandela, Pelé, Mother Teresa, and Albert Einstein are all names which are instantly recognisable to many of us.
How did Christianity travel across the globe? Because people decided to take the message of Jesus to the ends of the earth.
Is there any archaeological evidence for the Bible or is it all just a fabricated myth? We confront these big questions and more in an entertaining journey.
A remembrance of the first Christian service held on Australian shores in 1788, National Christian Heritage Sunday is held on the first Sunday in February each year.
Have you ever asked yourself where the tenets of your Christian faith come from? What are the historical proofs for the Bible you read?
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.
The Movie ‘Tolkien’ shows us how tragedy can inspire the greatest stories, and how creativity can pull us out of darkness.’
The founder of Coles supermarket chain paid for Billy Graham’s crusade to be publicly broadcast across the nation in the early days of television.
Many (white) Christians staunchly defended the rights of Indigenous people in our historic past: no small surprise to some modern secular readers. But the answer to why might be the most surprising.