Below are the upcoming messages of hope for the month of February:
February 4 - I Do
How do you keep a relationship alive? Sadly, almost 50% of marriages end in divorce in Australia. So how do you avoid becoming one of these statistics? Whatever you believe about marriage, it’s clear that many people desire long term committed relationships with one other person. But how do we nurture those relationships so they last? This week Adrian Kitson will share his own experience on trying to keep a relationship alive and fulfilling?
February 11 - Love
Feeling loved is one of the best feelings in the world and can make you feel like you’re walking on air. Next week is Valentines Day when the focus is on love and romance. But are romance and love the same thing? And how does it change when you have a long established relationship? I hope you can join Celia and I this week as we discuss romance and love.
February 18 - Ashes To New Life
In Australia, Ash Wednesday reminds us of devastating bushfires and the loss of life and property. But the original Ash Wednesday goes back centuries and began for a very different reason. Next week many people around the world will be celebrating Ash Wednesday. This week on Messages of Hope Richard Mau will be talking about the Ash Wednesday that offers hope, not destruction.
February 25 - Broken But Salvaged
“On November 4th 2010, the Nancy Bird Walton was flying from Singapore to Sydney. All of a sudden, there were several large explosions and the lives of 469 people were on a knife edge.”
When have you ever felt like you’re on the edge? Life slipping through your fingers? This week Mark Doecke talks about being out of control and what it takes to deal with catastrophic failure. You can get back up when life knocks you down