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Unborn baby boy in crisis pregnancy safe house could share Jesus’ birthday

BABY Jesus could share a birthday with a boy whose life was saved by a crisis pregnancy safe house in Brisbane. Pregnancy Crisis, a volunteer-run organisation that provides crisis accommodation for women with unplanned or unexpected pregnancies, is expecting the birth of a baby boy on Christmas Eve. The precious little life will bring the number of babies born under ... Read More »

Will you give differently this Christmas?

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CHRISTMAS is traditionally a time where we tend to focus on buying gifts, writing Christmas cards and preparing food for a feast spent with loved ones. Yet as I reflect on Christmas 2017, I am challenged to ask myself how this Christmas season is going to be different. What is going to be different in me this year, as I ... Read More »

The Christmas gift of life together

By Dr Ryan Messmore THERE we were in the maternity ward awaiting the birth of our first son.   My wife, Karin, grimaced in pain as another contraction began.   That was my cue. I pressed “play” on my laptop computer and turned the screen toward her. Surprised and a bit confused, she watched a 60-second video of one of ... Read More »

Things learned at a nativity play

By David McGovern THERE is nothing inherently “newsworthy” in a school nativity play – unless, of course, you are the parent, grandparent or invited family friend of a child performing in said play; in that case, no headline, caption or news story is bold enough, detailed enough or long enough to highlight that child’s contribution. Recently, I had the privilege ... Read More »

Things learned during school nativity play

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By David McGovern   THERE is nothing inherently “newsworthy” in a school nativity play – unless, of course, you are the parent, grandparent or invited family friend of a child performing in said play; in that case, no headline, caption or news article is bold enough, detailed enough or long enough to highlight that child’s contribution. Recently, I had the ... Read More »

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