All of us have the potential to be surrounded by people, but if we are not known, it can seem that we don’t even exist. Loneliness can be that sense of not being known. How do we overcome isolation and restore connections? Listen as James Winderlich shares how God created us for community and the hope from loneliness to feeling connected.
Blended Families “It’s a funny thing when you join two families and two houses, you don’t mean to be, but you’re actually really quite threatened about trying to maintain territory. And I think we learned that we both had to give a lot more than 50 percent to make it work.” Parenting can be pretty […]
Renew The Romance In Your Marriage Do you feel like you’ve traded in romance for the irritation of everyday conflict, a tense feeling at home, and a spouse who doesn’t seem to care about what you need or want? You can renew the romance! Learn to focus on your relationship, the “WE” when problems arise. […]
Comebacks For those of us who have blown it or would like a “re-do,” comebacks are high on the agenda. There’s no shortage of things in this world that can “rock our boat” or “upset our applecart.” Natural disasters, human crazies, financial perils, messed-up childhoods—any or all of these can put us down—and keep us […]
Has God Abandoned Me? Domestic violence has no boundaries, and it does not care about social standing, age, ethnicity, or religion. It traps its victims in a very lonely and frightening prison. A woman in such a situation often feels isolated and alone, as if she is the only one in this horrible situation. But […]
Now You’re Talking One characteristic of healthy relationships is effective communication. However, communication breakdowns are often left undetected until conflicts arise. Because it’s often hard to understand the root causes of conflict, this booklet focuses on how life experiences shape communication patterns and personal conflict style. Please enter your name and email address below so […]
Forgiveness Forgiveness heals. Discover how forgiveness, offered and received, leads to a transforming peace. Please enter your name and email address below so we can send you a password to download the booklet. First Name Email Δ If you would like a printed version sent to you, click here to order the printed version with […]
Have you ever heard or used the saying, “I remember when…”? Remembering who we are is important to us. In Australia we have public holidays to help us remember who we are. On those days we often hear stories of freedom and the sacrifices that people made for us. Please join us this week on messages of hope as we talk more about remembering who we are.
“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.”
Listen as Therese shares her experiences and struggles about adjusting roles from wife to carer. What are the challenges and how did she cope?
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 […]