Being in love is one of the best feelings in the world and can make you feel like you’re walking on air. Valentine’s Day with all its focus on love and romance can make you look at your own relationships…Are romance and love the same thing? Does it change when you have a long, established relationship? Listen as Richard and Celia chat about love and relationships.
What Is Christmas Christmas isn’t always the bright and cheery affair found in songs or movies. Can it be merry for a family struggling through unemployment, alienation, and terminal illness? Written by Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Pastor Wayne Palmer, What Is Christmas? conveys how this season can be a complicated and difficult time of the year. […]
Do you have a secret, something you don’t want anyone to know about? How do you live with it? Or not live with it? Listen to Richard this week as he shares the story of Karl’s and the secret he was trying to hide from.
It’s hard to imagine what it would feel like when the person you’ve loved for over 50 years doesn’t know who you are. Listen to John’s inspiring story of loyalty and love, in the face of Dementia.
God is bigger than your grief Grief is hard. The days can blur one into another. The day of the week, even the time of the day, may be hard to remember. Some days you may struggle just to recall how long it’s been since your loved one died. But the hole in your chest […]
The coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions forced upon us have brought plenty of challenges, surprises, and the opportunity to reflect on what's important in our lives. Listen as Richard and Celia talk about what our “new normal” might look like as we start to come out of the lock down.
Do you struggle to understand and relate with a loved one who has Dementia? Listen as Gaye unpacks some of the misunderstandings around Dementia. Gaye has worked in aged care for over 20 years and specialised in Dementia care. Learn some surprising insights and encouragement for living with Dementia.
We don’t have to look too hard to discover disasters happening all around the world. But what about closer to home? Maybe you’ve been in a car accident, had an injury at work, or experienced the sudden death of someone you love. It‘s very difficult to get through disasters like these, sometimes it seems impossible. Listen this week as John Henderson shares his insights about a tragedy that was close to him, and how there can still be hope.
Dealing With Depression Depression affects people from all ages, races, economic groups and both genders. It can result from a specific event or a chemical imbalance in the nervous system. The causes are numerous, but depression must be dealt with effectively before it can be controlled. This booklet explores some of the many causes of […]
Amy shares how the ever-changing situation with coronavirus has been a real challenge for her and her family. Listen as she shares the hope and insights she’s found, to help her family through self-isolation.