Do you ever feel stressed, trying to meet everyone’s expectations, as well as your own? Listen as Celia, Richard and Noel talk about stress, their experiences and the key reason why it can be so destructive.
Bushfires can be devastating. Even when you’re well prepared they have a way of surprising you! So what’s it like to survive a catastrophic bushfire? Listen as we talk with firefighters who had to face a fire head on and home owners who had to leave their homes. How do they make sense of a natural disaster like a bushfire?
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.
We hear a lot more about mental health these days and that it’s an issue for many people. But how do you know when things like sadness or tiredness or lack of motivation has deepened into something like depression? Listen this week as Celia talks with Rosemary who has lived with depression throughout her life.
“Who Am I? What makes me special and unique? What makes me who I am?” They can be a tricky questions that are difficult to answer. Listen this week as Richard shares some of the answers he’s found which have given him contentment and peace with who he is.
How would you feel if someone’s negligence destroyed your quality of life? You’d be justified in being angry. But where do you go from there? Listen as Adam shares how eventually letting go of his anger changed his life.
Have you ever experienced a deep peace, when everything around you was out of your control? Listen to Noel Due this week as he talks about peace. Not the dream of world peace, but about inner peace. Peace that works even when the world, and perhaps even you, are in chaos.
How do you face the future when you feel like you’re losing your past? Listen as Ann and Tim share their experiences with adjusting to a diagnosis of early onset Dementia.
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. Join us this week to hear John’s inspiring story of loyalty and love, in the face of Dementia.
This week Rob Schubert reflects on his experience of fatherhood, and on God, who reveals himself to us as a loving dad.