Monthly Archives: October 2015

  • Leg-less

    “I love going for walks but when I walked down to the beachfront that morning I had no idea that I was going to lose my legs.”

    How would you cope if you suddenly lost both your legs? Dean talks about his near death encounter with the flesh eating infection Necrotizing Fasciitis. After almost 3 months in a coma he survived to discover that both his legs had been amputated. How is he coping 3 years on?

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  • Being carried

    “Trust is nothing other than resting back, letting someone else take the strain. It’s not trying to carry yourself, it’s being carried.”

    Rev Dr Noel Due reflects on the sense of security he had as a child, being carried in the arms of his dad. Do you remember a time when you could trust someone enough to relax in their arms? Noel talks about a trust that can carry us throughout our lives, even to the point of facing the end of life, without fear.

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  • Freedom

    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be truly free? You may have heard of people being rescued from mines, or hostages set free. But what about living in the freedom from things like guilt and fear? Pastor Richard talks more about what freedom is and what it might be like to live in freedom.

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  • God goes before us

    “I used to be able to walk into a room and engage with anybody, now I walk into a room and I don't want to engage with anybody.”

    We talk with Ann, who has early onset Dementia, about the struggles to communicate and be understood, and how Ann and her husband Timothy approach the future, knowing the disease will worsen as time passes.

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  • Fuzzy Days

    “I do have days where things are totally fuzzy. If your tea comes out in ten different pots and one's burnt and one's not, don't ask, it's not a good day”

    Ann was diagnosed with early onset Dementia in 2012, at the age of 59. Click here to listen to Ann, and her husband Timothy, about how Dementia is affecting their lives.

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