With all the unknowns surrounding the corona virus, it’s easy to let anxiety and fear take over. Listen as Rachel shares her experience of the unknowns, isolation and lost connections with family and friends. Learn how she found strength to face the unknown.
There are times when the pieces of our life don’t seem to be fitting together as they should. Listen to Nancy – a wife, mother, and police officer. The stress of juggling everything had her feeling disconnected and becoming a person she just didn’t recognize. Hear how a change of perspective brought the sense of overwhelm back into balance.
What do think of when you hear the word peace? Not the dream of world peace, but inner peace. Peace that works even when the world, and perhaps even you, are in chaos. Are you at peace? Listen to listen as Noel Due shares his reflections on peace and a path to finding it.
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.
Do you want to make any changes this year? As we move into a new year, maybe there’s one or two things you’d like to change. Most of us have things we hope for and dream about for the future. But making those changes is often easier said than done. Especially when the changes you’d like to see are out of your control? Click here to listen as Richard and Celia discuss the challenges of making changes and how God can help us.
What’s Christmas like for you? Do you look forward to it or would you rather avoid it? Listen as Richard, Celia and Noel discuss the messy side of Christmas. Is it possible to still enjoy the peace, joy and hope of Christmas, even in the mess?
Do you look forward to Christmas with anticipation? Or do you wonder if you’ll experience the peace and joy that Christmas promises? Listen as James Winderlich tells the story of one troubled family, and a stranger in the rain. In a surprising way they all experienced the true meaning of Christmas. You can experience God’s Christmas too.
“It was kind of fun in the early years when he’d be gone for eight weeks at a time and he’d come back and it’d be like a new boyfriend every eight weeks. But it became tiring after a while and we realized that, if you actually expect the fresh and new each time that you’re going to get disappointed.” Listen as Luke and Jo share their story of separation and what they’ve learned about their relationship and keeping the family together.
“I said, that’s it. Isn’t it. You always get your way. And I walked out. I was really great. Wasn’t it? Here am I supposed to be teaching reconciliation and you know, this is, this is humanity at its best. Isn’t it? So, uh, well maybe it’s at it’s worst.” Listen to Paul, as someone who has worked in reconciliation, share his own stories of conflict and what he has learned along the way. Discover insights that can help you in your relationships.
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 Richard Fox talks 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?