The first Never Again is Now event powerfully championed the cause of Judeo-Christian values in combatting antisemitism. Headlined by Scott Morrison in Sydney, the event is just the beginning of the movement to reclaim Australia’s soul.
Australians have welcomed news of Prime Minister Albanese's engagement to partner Jodie Haydon. They may also be wondering if the PM living as a married man will result in more family-friendly policies for the nation.
Meet Dr Anna Cody, Australia's Sex Discrimination Commissioner who can't define the first word in her portfolio.
Phones, and screens in general, are kryptonite when it comes to active listening and being fully engaged with our families. For better or worse, they’re part of modern life, but every family needs to find ways to manage these pesky attention-stealers.
Freya Leach is an articulate, passionate spokesperson against antisemitism with courage beyond her years. She revealed what drives her passion in a recent interview with Avi Yemini.
With antisemitism on the rise, Mark Leach from Never Again is Now explains why Australian Christians must stand against it. The alternative is too dark to comprehend.
Nemesis, the new ABC documentary, reveals how destructive Liberal Party compromises have been for Australia's family values.
A 14-year-old Montana girl has been taken from her parents by the state’s child protective services after deciding to identify as a boy and will soon be sent to Canada, according to the family.
Since 2004, Dads4Kids founder Warwick Marsh and a fantastic team of volunteers have hosted the annual Dads4Kids Fun Camp. As the name suggests, it’s all about dads and their kids camping together and having fun.
Led by Christians, Never Again is Now is standing against antisemitism in Australia. With events planned around the country, this is a movement of solidarity among Australians against anti-Jewish racism and hatred. It is for such a time as this. And it needs you.
The story goes that when a father discovered his daughter would be sharing a dorm with a male student — who identified as female — he drove from interstate to remove her from the school.
Promising pushback from the taxpaying public has persuaded the ABC to postpone its perverse performance.
In this interview, John Anderson talks with Mary Harrington, who shares her journey from radical leftist and non-conformist, to discovering fulfilment in embracing traditional societal expectations.
Drag Queen Story Hour has to be one of the most bizarre modern rituals going around. Where on earth did it come from? And where is it taking us?
There are only six days remaining in this year's prayer and fasting campaign for the unborn (21 January–10 February). But there is much happening, with Zoom prayer meetings and the Adelaide Walk for Life!
Paul the apostle warned people that “those who marry will face many troubles in this life”. That’s the reality of marriage. Always has been and always will be.
A new bill to be debated on 8 February in the NSW Parliament seeks to make sweeping changes to the law. Here’s why the bill must be thoroughly rejected.
A new biopic from the studio behind “Jesus Revolution” and “I Can Only Imagine” promises to tell the powerful story behind successful Australian music duo for KING + COUNTRY (Luke and Joel Smallbone) and their sister, Rebecca St. James.
I miss my son today. That goes without saying, I suppose, since I miss him every day. But on this day, the pain is particularly sharp, the ache especially deep. I miss my friend and brother; I miss my protégé.
26 January is a special day. In addition to being the day of my birth (thanks for the fireworks, Australia!), it’s a day we can all come together and celebrate what makes this country great, despite our imperfections as a nation.