It was a rare display of Christ-like love in a Texas courtroom, when a young man forgave the Dallas woman who shot and killed his brother.
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.
Over 300 African women inmates and their children had no place to pray and worship on Sundays, making it difficult for those of poor health to join in.
“We’ve found it doesn’t really matter what the claim is about, as long as there is a related photograph with it, it will nudge people toward believing it”.
1079 Life had some exciting news on Saturday night! A group of 1079 Life staff and volunteers attended the annual South Australian Community Broadcasters Association Inc. (SACBA), Bilby Awards 2018. We are pleased to announce that our station received two awards. The Roadies received “Best Community Engagement” Award. For their excellence in promoting the station […]
14-year-old Adul (pronounced Adun) attends a Compassion child development project based at Maesai Grace Church, which has been supporting him since the age of seven.
While the many exploits of the seafarers who mapped the world have been well documented, those of their cats have not. This new book provides a cat’s-eye view of maritime history.
Australia is facing a rubbish and recycling crisis of enormous proportions. Our addiction to a throwaway culture is catching up with us.
It’s not as far-fetched as it sounds, according to some futurists. The technology exists; it’s only the moral codes of Western powers that have so far stopped that horse from bolting, they say.
Ronald Henderson famously chaired a Commission of Inquiry into Poverty in the early 1970’s. Following the release of the Commission’s reports, the ‘Henderson Poverty Line’ became the standard used by researchers to gauge progress in the community.