Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Endless Love

    When things are at their worst, is there still a place for love? What are we capable of when we are at the end of our reserves?

    “He was, by all measures, a remarkable man. This story is about love. Its setting is Kranji and Changi, the notorious Japanese prisoner of war camps in Singapore, during World War 2.”

    Click here to listen to Noel Due as he tells the true story of Geoff and his life changing experience in a Japanese prison camp.

  • Anxiety

  • Great Expectations

    We all have dreams in life. They might be dreams of achieving great success, a long term relationship, or simply being happy. What about you – what do you dream of achieving? And how do you cope when life doesn’t turn out like you expected. Click here to listen to Richard as he talks about how to cope when our expectations aren’t realized.

  • In Memory Of Lily

    The pain of losing a loved one is never easy. When it happens suddenly, it can seem extra hard to deal with. Click here to listen to Stephen Schulz as he shares his recent experience of loss. As a pastor he has comforted a lot of people in their grief, but his own experience took him by complete surprise.

  • Rain

    For many people, especially farmers, watching the weather can be a regular past time. Sometimes it can be a matter of life and death.

    Rain is an essential part of life but sometimes too much rain can be destructive. Click here to listen to Richard this week as he tries to make sense of the times when natural disasters, like droughts and floods, destroy property, livelihoods, and even life itself.

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