Living stones in the Living City
Blake Moore says the massive investment in new churches and commercial and retail development is testimony to Devonport’s health and confidence in the future.
Jesus; the reason for the season….Who is St. Nicholas?
The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas, who was born during the third century in the village of Patara in Asia Minor. At the time the area was Greek and is now on the southern coast of Turkey.
Host a get-together this Christmas
Christians are being encouraged to host a get-together so no one is lonely this Christmas.
Youngest mentor's sage advice
At 23, Ben James is Devonport Chaplaincy’s youngest volunteer mentor, but also among its longest serving.
Love that new car smell
The addition of three new Hyundai I30 vehicles has made learning to drive a much more luxurious pursuit.
Two chaplains twice as nice for Port Sorell
Chaplain of three years, Erin Reid, was joined eight weeks ago by Gabbie Rogers-Smith, a pharmacist who returned from the mainland in January to study and serve.
1.2 million children going hungry
More than 1.2 million Australian children and twice as many adults are regularly going hungry, according to the latest report into the nation’s worsening food insecurity problem.
A New Page for the Kellys
A New Page Christian Bookshop owners, Dianne and Gordon “Gordi” Kelly, are presented with divine encounters every day.
You're the answer to someone's mental health struggles
Despite dodging the latest COVID-19 bullet that has left so many in our nation in extended lockdowns, Tasmania's North West Coast is facing significant and insidious mental health challenges.
Marty's walked the walk
Marty Mann’s own mental health battle and long experience in employment services, particularly helping those with health challenges, makes him an ideal workplace chaplain for Loaves and Fishes.
C3 Devonport’s new home on the hill
The “living stones” of C3 Devonport finally have a permanent, physical home from which to serve the city in the name of Jesus Christ.
Church's $10,000 gift to buy car for driver mentoring
Pastor Peter Shurley (pictured above) grew a beard in lockdown and raised $10,000 to buy a car for use in helping disadvantaged locals get a driver's licence.