Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • Hope In The Desert

    “She only had a screwdriver. And the one she had was the wrong size and shape. But even then it wouldn’t have done any good!“

    Have you ever broken down in the middle of nowhere and all alone? It can be a frightening experience. Click here to listen as Noel Due shares the true story of a friend who broke down in the desert. Find out what went through her mind as the hours passed by, and how the experience changed her life.

  • A Farmers Life

    Many farmers around Australia are experiencing a tough time because of drought. Even with all the best risk management and forward planning, we still can’t control the weather. You may not be a farmer but we all have things we can’t control. Losing a job, poor health, a death in the family. Click here to listen as Richard chats with Tim, a farmer from the Mallee of South Australia. In times of drought where does he find hope?

  • Who Am I?

    Who am I? It’s either one of the greatest questions of all time, or the start of a quiz! Have you ever asked yourself who you are and what you are doing here? It can be a troubling question that is difficult to answer. Click here to listen as Richard shares some of the answers he’s found, which have given him peace with who he is.

  • Short Movie Competition 2018

    Short Movie Competition

    Thanks to all the entrants. Please enjoy watching the best videos below. Click here to watch all entered videos.

    School Category Winners


    1st - A Kind Heart

    2nd - Moses and the Plagues of Egypt

    3rd - Love always

    Open Category Winners


    Evie

    Lutheran All Star

    Love Grows

    Commendation Winners


    Happiness Will Always Come

    Jesus Heals The Lepers

    Click here to watch these and all of the entered videos on YouTube.

    Please like, write a comment and share these videos with your family and friends. Thanks

  • Not Good Enough

    “I generally feel like I am actually a really good person. Why am I not good enough for my parents to love me?”

    The messages we receive as children have a huge impact on the way we see ourselves, and that can stay with us throughout our life. Click here to listen as Celia talks with Sarah about the challenges she’s faced to feel truly loved and accepted.

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