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Nathaniel, ‘I wanted to write something that’s really edgy’

You know him as a finalist on The X Factor and the soul singer who has dominated the pop charts. Nathaniel tells Jessica Morris why his latest single ‘Vapours’ signals a new season in his career.
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‘Science Mike’ McHargue, ‘Enjoy the struggle and let go of fear’

Self-proclaimed nerd, Florida local Mike McHargue has just released his book Finding God in the Waves. He tells Jessica Morris about being ‘Science Mike’, his hopes for the future of the US and how he reconciled science and faith.
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Hamish and Andy, ‘It feels like we’re friends with everybody’

Comedy duo Hamish and Andy are your typical blokes-next-door. Shining a light in the crass world of comedy, this uber-famous duo is as lovable as they are witty. Andy Lee tells Jessica Morris why friendship is the launch pad for their success.
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Project Semicolon | Amy Bleuel, ‘Staying alive is really a miracle’

In 2015, Wisconsin local Amy Bleuel shared an image with the world. It was a semicolon tattooed on her arm, a tribute to her late father, who passed away by suicide soon after her 18th birthday.
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Mack Horton, ‘I wasn’t immediately sure if it was real’

Gold medallist. Olympic Champion. Anti-doping crusader. Mack Horton has been called all this and more since his win at the Rio Olympics. He tells Jessica Morris how he wants to be remembered post-Rio.
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Hillsong UNITED, ‘No-one was more surprised than us’

They’ve sold more than 20 million albums, played to crowds of 100,000, and their songs are sung by 50 million people every single Sunday. Technically, Hillsong UNITED should be rock stars, but, as their new film Let Hope Rise documents, this Aussie crew of 11 is anything but.
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Michelle Davies-Kildea | Walk Against Family Violence

On 25 November, hundreds of Victorians will join the 2016 Walk Against Family Violence. Captain Michelle Davies-Kildea, chaplain at The Salvation Army Family Violence Service Crisis Services St Kilda, tells Warcry why we must speak up about this epidemic.
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Andino the magician, ‘Magic is the greatest job in the world’

For Andino, magic tricks are more than just a form of entertainment, they are an expression of faith. He tells Jessica Morris why being a magician is ‘the most fulfilling job in the world’.
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Tech-No charity?

Technology means tangible donations have gone online. So what does this mean for traditional charities? asks Jessica Morris.
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Mia Fieldes, ‘I was convinced that God was going to use me’

Christmas wasn’t always easy for songwriter Mia Fieldes, but through The Salvation Army, she discovered a love for God and a passion for music, writes Jessica Morris. As a teenager, Mia Fieldes wanted to write love songs to God. Two decades later, she has penned songs for Grammy Award winners and is one of the most sought […]
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