Imagine a world full of kindness. A world where people care about each other. Where success is measured in selfless acts, where kindness is the way of life. And it’s not just a dream, it can be a reality. How? Well, to find out, make sure you watch our program, “The Kindness Challenge.”
In 1986, the Thylacine, commonly known as the “Tasmanian Tiger”, was officially declared extinct by the Tasmanian State Government in Australia. Despite this, over 3000 sightings have taken place since the last tiger supposedly died in 1936, luring countless adventure seekers, trackers and amateur hikers into the Tasmanian wilderness for a chance at fame and fortune. But the real tragedy is how Thylacine even became extinct in the first place.
Addiction is an intense craving for something that you know is bad for you, but you can’t seem to stop – somehow, this thing has gotten a hold of you without you realising it, and now it has you firmly in its grasp. We long for that state of euphoria and pleasure, so we keep coming back for more, only to discover that the more we indulge, the less fulfilled we feel! If you are searching for the keys to lasting happiness and freedom from addiction, join us this Sunday at 8:25 am on Channel 9 Gem to discuss the science behind addictions and discover important secrets that can set you free!
Arthur Stace is one of the legends of Sydney and the most powerful preacher the city has ever known. Yet his sermons were only one word long: the word “Eternity,” written half a million times on the city’s sidewalks. This is the story of how eternity found him and elevated him above a life of rejection, alcoholism, and crime. This program invites us to reflect on the reality and meaning of eternity and how we, too, can find eternal hope in God.
In 1992, UNESCO listed Fraser Island as a world heritage site. World heritage sites are places around the globe that have special cultural or natural significance. Fraser Island was listed for its unique natural beauty and diversity. Join us this week as we take a closer look at this rare Australian gem in our new program, The Secrets of Fraser Island.
Florence Nightingale dedicated her life to establishing the modern profession of nursing and her legacy still remains today. She was motivated by the teachings of the Bible and her love for God. Her story inspires us to rediscover God’s purpose for our lives.
Albert Namatjira is one of Australia’s greatest artists and was a pioneer of the colourful, contemporary Aboriginal art. His paintings captured the heart of the Outback and his legacy has been an inspiration to many.
Find out more about his amazing story by clicking on the link below.
When contemplating the great manmade wonders of the world, we’re filled with admiration and astonishment at the human genius behind these marvellous creations. In this episode, we’re going to consider the mastermind behind them all, the source of this human genius, a true wonder of wonders – the human brain.
In 1979, Israeli archaeologist Gabriel Barkay peered into the semi-darkness of an ancient burial cave in the heart of Jerusalem. What he saw caused his heart to race with excitement. He had entered a long-lost world never intended to be seen by human eyes. Surrounding him were dozens of grinning skeletons – ancient Israelites, dead for thousands of years. And there was treasure, fabulous treasure, including two silver scrolls that carried an important message for us today.
In her desperate search for freedom, Mary of Magdala was drawn to follow Jesus’ inspirational message. It changed her life and got rid of her demons. She became a leader among His followers. She witne…
Australia is infamous for its dangerous wildlife, from poisonous snakes to man-eating crocodiles. With more deadly snakes than any other country worldwide, it isn’t surprising that you might even think that every deadly creature is ready and waiting to pounce on you.