Sunday 1 Oct 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
Can the marriage law issue be changed so that that both 'sides' in the current debate could be accommodated? Fr Brian Lucas wants to suggest a way.
Friday 29 Sep 2017
The 'Choosing Hope Remembrance Walk’ is a chance for parents to acknowledge and remember the babies they lost through stillbirth and miscarriage.
Thursday 28 Sep 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
Aled Jones has rediscovered the joy of singing and now finds peace singing with his boy soprano self.
Thursday 28 Sep 2017 · Hope Mornings
Digital devices have transformed young love. Teens are never more than a text, call, or snap away from their crush—but is constant connection good for them?
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Wednesday 27 Sep 2017 · Hope Mornings
When Michelle Derrig heard that her child protection book had prompted a little boy to disclose that he was being abused—she knew her efforts were working.
Tuesday 26 Sep 2017
Sibling rivalry and conflict is normal, but parents can take steps to teach them to care for each other, says family psychologist Collett Smart.
Tuesday 26 Sep 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
Imagine losing 38,000 young Australians in a period of just eight weeks. Such was the cost of the Battle of Passchendaele in 1917.
Monday 25 Sep 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
Sometimes being out of step with popular culture for good and godly reasons is necessary to be faithful to our calling, argues Michael Jensen.
Despite a strong showing by new NZ Labour leader Jacinda Adern, New Zealand National PM Bill English looks set to retain power.
Friday 22 Sep 2017 · Hope Mornings
Parents shouldn’t feel guilty about getting their children helping around the house. Research shows it will help them become well-balanced adults.
Friday 22 Sep 2017
It’s encouraging to see a cultural movement that is pulling away from consumerism. But how do you minimalise with a full-sized family?
Thursday 21 Sep 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Children’s specialist Dr Anne Marie Christie, better known as The Children’s Doctor, believes school-age kids need mental health days from time to time.