Lutheran Media

  • The Plumber

    Have you ever had one of those days where nothing seemed to go right? Where you wish you could just start the day over again and make different choices? Click here to listen to Richard Fox as he tells his story of trying to fix a leaky tap with disastrous consequences and a disappointed family – and his reflections on better ways to deal with the stress.

  • A Farmer's 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?

  • Love

    Feeling loved is one of the best feelings in the world and can make you feel like you’re walking on air. Valentine’s Day with all its focus on love and romance can make you look at your own relationships...Are romance and love the same thing? Does it change when you have a long established relationship? Click here to listen as Richard and Celia chat about love and relationships.

  • I Do

    Almost 50% of marriages end in divorce in Australia. How do you avoid becoming one of these statistics? How do we nurture our relationships so that they last? Keeping romance alive in a relationship can have its challenges. Click here to listen to Adrian Kitson share his own experiences on trying to keep a relationship alive and fulfilling.

  • Australia Day – what makes a community?

    All around Australia a lot of communities have special events to celebrate Australia Day. It’s is a great time to reflect on who we are, where we’ve come from, and what it means to live as a community of people from a wide range of backgrounds and interests. Click here to listen as Richard and Celia talk about what makes a community strong, especially in tough times.

  • Transitions

    We’re living in an ageing society. There are more people over 65 than ever before with an ever growing demand for aged care support. How do families negotiate the transition into aged care? Click here to listen as Richard talks with Annette who’s worked in aged care for over 30 years and shares encouraging insights for families facing the move into aged care.

  • What makes you happy?

    “I was happy with my life, until someone told me about all the things I was missing out on.”

    What makes you happy? Is it the job you have or the things you do in your spare time? Perhaps it's the people you spend time with. Can you be truly happy regardless of how many friends you have or how much money you earn? Click here to listen as Mark Doecke talks about the pursuit of happiness. Is there a recipe for lasting happiness?

  • What the World Needs Now

    Do you struggle to feel hopeful? Especially when we see so much negativity on our TV’s and in our news feeds. Click here to listen as Mark shares how God can give hope that rises above uncertainty.

  • What If God Was One Of Us

    Many people think of God as some mysterious force floating around the galaxy and entering into our lives via coincidence or miracles. The important message of Christmas is that God actually entered our world, physically, as the baby Jesus. Click here to listen as Adrian Kitson explores the question "what if God was really one of us?"

  • Messy Christmas

    What’s Christmas like for you? Do you look forward to it or would you rather avoid it? Click here to listen as Richard, Celia and Noel discuss the messy side of Christmas. Is it possible to still enjoy the peace, joy and hope of Christmas, even in the mess?

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