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It’s easy to panic at times like this. So much going on. So much uncertainty. The Panic Room by Third Space is a place to park your panic. In the Panic Room we’ll discuss why we feel the way we do in troubled times, what responses people have, and how there might be a pathway through it to give us calm in a panicky world. Check out all the conversations between The Panic Room hosts David Robertson and Stephen McAlpine here
What can you learn in 60 seconds? You might be surprised. Each God in 60 seconds
excerpt merely gets things started when learning more about some of the bigger questions of life. After listening to each thought-provoking minute, be sure to engage with the content that accompanies this segment.
Collections, articles and video content that will take you on a journey past the first minute and into a lifetime of potential possibilities.
As Bible Societies around the world have been pursuing for some 200 years, Bible Society Australia
aims to translate, publish, distribute and engage people with the Bible. Get a Bible verse or two delivered to your inbox every day including a question to help you reflect on the Bible as you start your day or join their Live Light in 25 Words
campaign that began in 2012 to help Australians build a daily Bible reading habit.
The Bible Project
is a Portland based non-profit that utilises short-form, fully animated videos to make the biblical story accessible to everyone, everywhere. They create videos, podcasts, and study guides that explore the Bible’s unified story by focusing on its overarching themes and each book’s literary design. The Bible Project is committed to understanding the Bible in its historical context and communicating its wisdom for the modern world.
The Bible Project is not part of any specific Christian denomination or tradition. Their mission is to help people from all backgrounds see the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus.
The Centre for Public Christianity (CPX)
is a not-for-profit media company that offers a Christian perspective on contemporary life. We seek to promote the public understanding of the Christian faith by engaging mainstream media and the general public with high quality and well-researched print, video and audio material about the relevance of Christianity in the 21st century.
City Bible Forum | Perth
is a non-denominational Christian organisation that has been serving the business community since 1991 and committed to making the discussion of life’s challenges and of the Bible as convenient and accessible as possible. They explore some of life’s biggest questions — perhaps you are considering where God might fit into your life? City Bible Forum aims to explore this with you in an open manner that is enjoyable, intellectually credible and which meets the needs of professional life, in a variety of forums and discussion groups over breakfast, lunch and after work at many different city venues.
page offers contact numbers and links to local and national services — including Lifeline WA, Christians Against Poverty and Pregnancy Problem House — that exist for you and your family.
provides a safe environment for men, who are on a journey of learning to make healthy life choices and prepare to re-enter society. Addiction can change a person’s behaviour, in such ways that it can affect all aspects of a man’s life, including work and relationships. Shalom House is not only committed to changing the lives of the men in the house
but also in the restoration of relationships between the parents/spouses/children of each resident.
Kin Women share one-minute spots of advice and thought-provoking discussion from a woman’s point of view throughout each day on 98five.
Kin Women brings together women of all ages, cultures, education, abilities and passions to share life and wisdom. This gathering of women want to do life well and be able to claim honestly, ‘no regrets’.
They seek to build on that unique bond (experience, humour, circumstances, societal roles) that exists between women to make them allies of extraordinary strength. By tapping into this unity rather than living by comparison and competition, kinwomen is creating a women’s network that champions one another to live significant lives.
You can find out more on the Kin Women website or their Facebook page.