Whether through culture, music, writing, or revelation, The Connect Press is a publication hoping to catalyse positive change.

An online magazine exploring our world, the people who impact it, and the ideologies that shape it.

We follow rabbit trails and paths less travelled. We test theories, ask “How’s” and “Why’s”, and find out how we can contribute to our global community.


Founded by Laura Bennett in late 2013, we are a group of people compelled to intentionally delve deeper into the recesses of life and find Gods’ relevance shining through. We don’t claim to know everything, but know everything comes back to One Man.

As we enter the unexplored, we seek to learn more and share more. To think. To give every human experience a voice and value.


Because all of us are called to CONNECT. And in an age of endless communication and ‘connectivity’ we want to make sure it’s to something REAL. Something intimate. Something that throws you into a life full of purpose spilling over into rich, full, and empowered relationships.

So join us. You are The Connect Press. Tell us your story: laura@theconnectpress.com

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