A survey was done asking people the question “what would you do differently if you had another chance at life?” An interesting question. One common response was “I’d do things that last.” … How would you respond? Listen to Mark Doecke explore the question and the concept of doing things that last.
What gives your life value? Is it the job you have? The lifestyle you lead? Or perhaps it’s the relationships that you nurture. Listen to Mark Doecke talk about what gives life value and how you can feel valuable despite your circumstances.
There’s a lot of angst and feelings of frustration coming to the surface with some of the covid restrictions in place. For some there’s a sense that its not fair – particularly when their business is being impacted. Where does this sense of injustice come from? Listen as Richard, Celia and Noel chat about what do you do when you feel like things aren’t fair.
Although depression isn’t simple, it doesn’t mean it’s hopeless. Jane shares her story of depression and what it took to find motivation when there felt like nothing there.
Depression challenges us, not only physically and emotionally, but also spiritually. Mark, a pastor who has battled with depression for the last 20 years shares the struggle to reconcile faith with a God who often seems far away.
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.
Fear to Hope – Rachel’s Story “I was just completely cut off. My marriage ended, my friends didn’t want anything to do with me. I had to start again with nothing. It’s unknown and the unknown is what fear lives from.” Rachel, has experienced plenty of unknowns, isolation and lost connections. Click here to listen […]
The Coronavirus and social restrictions have brought fear and anxiety to many households. How can we face our fears and anxiety? Is there any way to stop it from paralyzing our lives? And can we find peace even in times like the Coronovirus? Listen to Messages of Hope this week to hear a conversation about fear with Noel, Celia and Richard.
I think that all of us move into and out of loneliness. Some people tragically find themselves all alone. None of us were meant for that.” Loneliness isn’t a feeling restricted to people who are single. It can affect anyone. Listen as James Winderlich talks about how we can feel alone and unconnected, even when we’re surrounded by people. But there is hope to feeling connected again.
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.