Gambling What comes to mind when hearing the word “rich”? Culture places a strong emphasis on security through money, on the possessions it can buy. But those who develop a gambling problem go beyond a security. Fear, guilt and shame become tied to what has already been sacrificed to fulfill this elusive dream of financial […]
Battles With The Bottle You never planned for the battles alcohol introduced into your life. But you can experience victory over them – the victory called recovery. Within these pages, you will be introduced to the source of strength and love that will lead you to the peace you crave. Please enter your name and […]
A Second Chance “Dion: I remember many times especially in my later high school years planning how I was gonna run away, yelling into my pillow that I hated Dad. Family relationships don’t always work out the way we’d like them to but it doesn’t necessarily mean giving up. Listen as Richard talks with Gavin […]
Waiting On God Are there times when you’ve felt down and despondent, where you were desperate for encouragement. This week on Messages Of Hope Robyn shares how she’s coped with life’s ups and downs, especially when dealing with a son with a drug addiction. Listen to the program http://www.messagesofhope.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/20171126MessageOnly.mp3 Read the script Order the booklet
Do you have a past that you want to forget? We may try to ignore it by covering the pain with alcohol and drugs, or relationships or some other escape, but the guilt or shame sticks around. On messages of hope this week we’ll share a couple of stories that’ll give you hope, and a way to find peace.
Have you ever experienced pain that won’t go away? It can sap the life out of you. This week Mark Doecke will be talking about his experience of pain, and where we can look for hope, when it just won’t go away.
“I’ve become his carer and his protector. That role of changing from being a wife to that element of carer, that’s massive. Sometimes I’m just terrified.” On Messages Of Hope this week we’re talking with Therese about adjusting from wife to carer. What are the challenges and how did she cope?