The resurrection of Jesus is the central event of Easter, but did it really happen and what difference can it make today? A powerful story of how the resurrection of Jesus transformed Shane and gives hope and meaning to life now. A fresh exploration of the week that changed the world, featuring the poetry of Cam Semmens.
Easter is the week that changed the world. As Easter approaches we ask a number of guests some big questions about the events and circumstances of that first Easter week. A fresh exploration of the week that changed the world, featuring the poetry of Cam Semmens.
Easter is the week that changed the world. As Easter approaches we ask a number of guests some big questions about the events and circumstances of that first Easter week. A conversation with poetry, parables and a fresh exploration of the week that changed the world, featuring the poetry of Cam Semmens.
For thousands of years, humanity has been shaped by the vast cosmos above. Neil Armstrong's "Giant leap for mankind" realised the imagination of ancient mariners, mathematicians, priests and even farmers. Why is space the stuff dreams are made of? What have we learned about ourselves and our place in the universe since 1969? Where to next?
Join our guests as we take you on a journey of imagination, reality, and 300 million kilometres.
Ask some bigger questions at this after-work event that is out of this world!
From the Tower of Babel onward our technological developments are often twisted to the detriment of ourselves and our world. Our technology ends up ruling us. How can we be alert to the twisting of technology, especially in the age of machines and robotics? This is the second talk in our The Future of Work Life@Work breakfast series.
Life@Work director Andrew Laird
Discover how where you are now truly matters to God.
We all have an everyday context that’s significant to God, full of people who matter to God. But can we see how God might have been working in and through us on our frontlines, especially the workplace? And can we imagine what more God might want to do there?
There are challenging and difficult times in life - how should we deal with them? Hear Julie's incredibly inspiring story of adversity and how the challenges in our lives can in fact be soul enriching. A moving and powerful conversation.
Our guests: Anne Winckel has worked in education, legal recruitment and runs her own executive search business - Delta Partners. Anne also wrote Time Poor Soul Rich, to help the inescapably busy develop a rich soul.
The search for happiness can be elusive. Where can it be found? Dr. Andrew Cameron explores how and why we search for happiness and gives some surprising insights on where it can and can't be found.
Our guest: Andrew Cameron is Director of St Mark’s National Theological Centre in Canberra and Associate Professor at Charles Sturt University Director. His PhD was a theological account of the relationship of ethics to emotion, and regularly writes on the intersection of theology, ethics and public life.
There are many things we may be better off without: slow Internet and pineapple on pizza, but what about the Christian faith? In an honest conversation Simon Smart confronts the failings of the church and offers another possibly better story.
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