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.
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.
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’.
Technology means tangible donations have gone online. So what does this mean for traditional charities? asks Jessica Morris.
Before she was 30, Tara Winkler rescued mistreated children from a corrupt Cambodian orphanage, opened her own orphanage and, to top it all off, closed it down.