He's been declared clinically dead THREE times, yet this man goes where even the local police will not venture. With the help of volunteers Dennis Perry and the Operation Food for Life team feed and clothe hundreds of families and individuals who live in tragic circumstances on the rubbish dumps in PNG.
In this week's holiday episode, Dannielle Synot sits down with Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton for a heartfelt discussion about justice and forgiveness—34 years after losing her daughter Azaria to a dingo attack. Family life educator Dr Trafford Fischer also visits the set to share some secrets for maintaining joy and love in a long marriage.
A review of the week's news stories from around the world, with a Christian perspective | Minority rights advocate Asif Mall outlines the impact of blasphemy laws on Pakistani Christians | Should sex ed look beyond plumbing and explore relationships? | A new book on prayer from Papua New Guinea pastor and evangelist Zuzai Hizoke