Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • Broken but salvaged

    “On November 4th 2010, the Nancy Bird Walton was flying from Singapore to Sydney. All of a sudden, there were several large explosions and the lives of 469 people were on a knife edge.”

    Do you ever feel on the edge? Life slipping through your fingers? On Face to Face this week Mark Doecke talks about being out of control and what it takes to deal with catastrophic failure. You can get back up when life knocks you down. Click here to listen now.

  • O My God

    Waltzing Matilda, is the well known and unofficial anthem of Australia. It tells of an interesting part of Australian history. We sing it today even though we may not even know the original meaning. Noel Due is on Face to Face this week. He’ll be talking about another connection with our past, the phrase, OMG, but what does it really mean? Listen to this week's program now.

  • Empty Hands

    Motor Neurone Disease gradually paralyses the muscles controlling hands, legs, speech and breathing. The cause isn’t known, there’s no cure, and life expectancy is an average of two to five years. Pastor Rick Zweck is suffering from Motor Neurone Disease. Listen to him on Face to Face to hear his story, the shock, the grief, and the hope.

  • Get Out And Get Into It

    Mark Twain has been quoted as saying "Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter." How do you feel about getting older? Do you see the retirement years as something negative or positive? On Face to Face this week, Trevor Keller talks about retirement, and how a relationship with God can make it something to look forward to.

    Click here to listen.

  • 2015 Scripture Calendar

    The popular wall and scripture calendars from Lutheran Media are going fast.

    Two people who have ordered calendars have said:

    “Can I have 14 Calendars so I can give them to my neighbours?”

    “Can I have two calendars? I would like to give one to my sister who has become a Christian by reading the daily bible readings. I can’t thank you enough for the calendars.”

    There are inspiring images of Galilee, Gethsemane, and Mount Sinai amongst others. The school and public holidays are listed along with the moon cycle. There is also a 2016 planning calendar on the back page.

    Order calendars for yourself or to give as a gift.


  • A Second Chance

    “Dion: I remember many times especially in my later high school years planning how I was gonna run away, yelling into my pillow that I hated Dad.

    Gavin: My head was like it was in a jammed in a vice it was horrible”

    Parent and child relationships don’t always work out the way we’d like them to but it doesn’t necessarily mean giving up. On Face To Face this week we’ll be talking with Gavin and Dion whose story shows it’s never too late for a second chance. Click here to listen now to the program.

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