Monthly Archives: September 2019

  • Who Am I?

    “Who Am I? What makes me special and unique? What makes me who I am?”

    They can be a tricky questions that are difficult to answer. Click here to listen this week as Richard shares some of the answers he’s found which have given him contentment and peace with who he is.

  • Early Onset Dementia – part one

    “I do have days where things are totally fuzzy, you know if your tea comes out in ten different pots and one's burnt and one's not, don't ask, it's not a good day”

    How do you face the future when you feel like you’re losing your past? Click here to listen as Ann and Tim share their experiences with adjusting to a diagnosis of early onset Dementia.

  • Dementia - This Is Our Story

    “We were lying in bed one day and I’m just leaning on my elbows like this and she’s there looking up at me and talking and she just said - Who are you? It ripped me apart.”

    It’s hard to imagine what it would feel like when the person you’ve loved for over 50 years doesn’t know who you are. This week hear John’s inspiring story of loyalty and love, in the face of Dementia.

  • Fatherhood

    “My father seemed to know everything when I was little. As a teenager it’s amazing how much he’d forgotten! But then as an adult I realized he wasn’t bullet proof or out of touch. He was real. He had fears, failings and strengths just like me. I’m glad he was my dad.”

    Listen this week as Rob Schubert reflects on his experience of fatherhood, and on God, who reveals himself to us as a loving dad.

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