When we bin our old technology, we pollute the land, water and air, so electronic engineer Evangelos Gkolgaris has come up with a creative solution.
This World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10), my friends at To Write Love On Her Arms are running a week-long campaign titled, “Stay. Find what you’re made for.” These words come from my book When Hope Speaks, and I’m honoured that TWLOHA have chosen them as a rallying cry as they tell people across the globe that life is worth living.
When it comes to social media app Instagram, everyone’s an amateur photographer. But search hard enough and you’ll find some accounts well worth your time.
Musician Caleb Hart has captured the world with the soulful reggae sounds of his award-winning band Tasman Jude. He tells Jessica Morris how meeting Jesus has changed his life. Your music has a pop/RnB vibe infused with reggae and soul—a lot different to standard top 40 hits. Why does it resonate with so many people? […]
Amber Heard, Kesha and Rihanna are not poster girls for domestic violence and sexual assault: to label them as such detracts from their tremendous strength and dignity. But their willingness to speak out and empower people around them to do the same is what makes them heroes to so many.