Monthly Archives: November 2016

  • Palliative Care

    Diane, a retired palliative care nurse and Rex, whose wife Faye relied on palliative care in the last 12 months of a 14 year long battle with cancer. Some people think palliative care is just helping a person to die without pain. Click here to listen about how palliative care is more about helping a person live well, until their illness ends in their dying.

  • Being Carried

    Do you remember what it’s like to be carried? That sense of security and love as your mum or dad carried you from the car to your bed? Or when they hugged you tight because you were afraid of something. Without thinking about it you trusted them to keep you safe. Click here to listen as Noel Due talks about trust. Can you face the struggles of life, and even your death, with a childlike trust?

  • Media Matters September 2016

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  • Chronic

    One in five Australians suffer chronic pain. It can be a debilitating condition, leading to personality changes and a heavy strain on relationships. How do you cope with pain that never goes away? Click here to listen as Stephen and Therese share their journey of managing the effects of chronic pain and how it’s affected their relationships, lifestyle, and purpose in life.

  • Surviving Cancer

    The Cancer Council of Australia expects that one in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. A cancer patient once said, "It's like a terrorist attack. It can sneak up on you like a thief in the night." How do we come to terms with a diagnosis of cancer and where we can we find hope to face it. Click here to listen as Richard Mau shares the story of Karen, who was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had to come to terms with her loss of independence and privacy, her relationship with others and her relationship with God.

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