Chronic Pain Sometimes we face unexpected challenges, we are dealt a hand we just don’t see coming. Order our booklet ‘Chronic Pain’ to read about the peace God’s love provides through these challenges. Please enter your name and email address below to download the booklet. Your details will not be sold/given/shared to a third party. […]
A cancer patient once said, “It’s like a terrorist attack. It can sneak up on you like a thief in the night.” So how do we come to terms with a diagnosis of cancer and where we can we find hope to face it? Click here to listen as Celia shares Karen’s story.
Cancer can come as a shock but you don’t have to face it alone. Over a period of 6 years Michelle faced a brain tumor, breast cancer and Hodgkins Disease! Click here to listen as Michelle and Phillip share their story.
“I love going for walks but when I walked down to the beachfront that morning I had no idea that I was going to lose my legs.” How would you cope if you suddenly lost both your legs? What changes would it bring to your life and relationships? This week on Messages of Hope Dean talks about his near death encounter with the flesh eating infection Necrotizing Fasciitis (Fash-ee-itis). What gave Dean hope to face the future without his legs?
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?