If you ever found Emma a likeable character in previous versions of this Jane Austen tale, it’s unlikely you will in this one.
Love goes through phases and stages, and you don’t always have that fluttery feeling, but that doesn’t mean that love’s not there.
“There’s something so much more compelling in a Jesus and a God who is active, and ready to speak truth with power, and overturn empires.”
A pastor in Wuhan, the city at the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak in China, is asking for prayer and urging those in Wuhan to have courage.
This is a Gentle Film about an unlikely star. But if you don’t know who Fred Rogers is, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a really strange movie.
Mike Gore, CEO of Open Doors Australia and New Zealand, said persecution is going digital in places like China and India.
The mother of three children killed in a horrific road crash says she forgives the driver involved, and “cannot hate him”.
Munjed, the NSW Australian of the Year, is the Iraq-born surgeon who came to Australia as a refugee in 1999.
A novel about a mysterious airport baggage handler who reveals how people are being held back in life, has won prestigious US Christian writing award.
In the new documentary, The Biggest Little Farm, John Chester and his wife Molly take us into their journey of trying to make this utopia a reality.