Who we are
We’re people who have encountered Jesus in a way that has brought hope into our lives.
Despite our failings and imperfections we can move beyond feelings like guilt, not feeling ‘good enough’ and damaged relationships. Our relationship with Jesus heals our wounds and through forgiveness gives us an opportunity to make peace with our past and move on to a hopeful future. It’s a daily thing and brings us joy despite our circumstances. We want to share this experience with you.
Messages of hope is an outreach ministry of Lutheran Media.
Why Are We Here?
To share what we’ve found - a no strings attached chance for life.
Jesus motivates us to want to serve others by encouraging them in their emotional and spiritual needs. We don’t demand anything in return in the same way that Jesus sacrificed his life for humanity as a free gift. At the least we hope to give you some practical tools to get you through a tough time. Ultimately we hope you meet Jesus in a way that begins a relationship that will last forever.
What We Do?
Since September 1945 we have been broadcasting weekly radio programs across Australia.
We currently broadcast on over 800 commercial, community and christian stations. Check out our resource page to find a station and time near you. Link We also broadcast a talk show series on community TV called On Main Street. All of our programs aim to address the everyday needs and issues that people face from a practical and spiritual point of view. We also offer free booklets to provide extra support. These often include other useful links relating to the topic. In 2009 we launched a children’s website called Happyland. A belief in the reality of Jesus is behind everything we do.
Who Are We Connected To?
People like us who want to share with others what Jesus freely offers - Hope, Forgiveness, A New Start, A Forever Life
We’re supported financially by tax deductible donations from individuals. We operate alongside The Lutheran Church of Australia where most of us encountered Jesus and continue to grow as christians.