Fun and faith at Playdate Cafe

You won’t find it on the menu, but Playdate Cafe is as interested in nourishing your spirit as it is your empty stomach.

Plenty of belief up on the big screen

Korean War veteran Mike Kowalski whiles away his days camped on his porch in the Michigan suburbs growling a racist’s thesaurus of insults at or about his ethnic neighbours.

Behind the lectern

Ministers at Pilgrim Theological College discuss the art of preaching

A matter of principal

Wesley College Principal Dr Helen Drennen reflects on her teaching career, as her time at the helm comes to an end.

Too close to home

Crosslight talks to Manningham Uniting Church member Wendy Austin, who has worked to combat family violence for more than 40 years.

Cross party politics

While many Australians might say they are losing faith in politics among our political leaders faith is not in short supply.

Mind fields

The October Crosslight feature looks at mental health in regional communities.

Going rate

The full-time permanent job is rapidly disappearing, with more and more Australians taking up contracts casual work and freelance options.

Drought resistant

DAVID SOUTHWELL Frontier Services patrol minister Rowena Harris could never have anticipated that a modest request for frozen meals would rapidly expand into an ecumenical effort to support struggling farmers as drought