Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • The Doctor

    "A doctor's job is to cure sometimes, to relieve often and to comfort always."

    Do you like visiting the doctor? For some people the only way you’ll get them to go to the doctor is in the back of an ambulance! Click here to listen to Richard as he talks about the impact doctors have on our lives and how Jesus is like the best doctor we could ever have.

  • Adam's Anger

    “I was real agro. Can you imagine? You've just had your life shattered by an accident and all your dreams. I had to rebuild my whole life again.”

    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? Click here to listen in to Messages of Hope this week to hear Adam’s story, and how letting go of anger changed his life.

  • Managing Anger

    “When I come home from work and I walk in the front door and get bombarded with questions or things that go on, it’s so easy to lose the plot. Especially after a hard day’s work and I’m tired, I just get angry.”

    “But what do you do, what is gonna help?”

    Click here to listen this week on Messages of Hope, as Celia and Richard look at the emotion of anger. Why do we get angry? Is anger a bad thing? And how do we deal with this anger?.

  • Lutheran Media Newsletter June 2018

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  • God and Science

    “God’s not against science. In the same way I don’t think scientists should be ignorant of faith.”

    It’s often said that politics and religion don’t mix. Another version of that equation is that science and faith don’t mix. Click here to listen as this week we interview Dr Graham Buxton about the relationship between science and faith. Can we have faith in science, and faith in God?

  • Lost In A Black Hole

    Have you ever felt trapped in your own thoughts and feelings, regrets and failings. It can be a lonely place. It can feel like your sinking in a black hole with no way out. Click here to listen as Noel Due encourages us that there is a way out. Jesus has taken all of our shame to the cross and dealt with it there.

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