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Friday 24 Mar 2017 · Hope Mornings
Is singleness a temporary inconvenience to be endured until you reach your destiny as a married person? A chat with 'Surviving Singledom' author Steph Penny
Tuesday 14 Feb 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Hope 103.2’s Laura and Duncan chatted to relationships writer Dr Gary Chapman, who shared his view on the purpose of dating.
Relationship expert and author Dr Gary Chapman opened up to Hope 103.2 about his view of marriage and how to aim for a healthy relationship.
Friday 10 Feb 2017 · Hope Mornings
Whether you love it, hate it or don’t care about it, Valentine’s Day is approaching—and fast. Here's the conversation that will help you prepare.
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Monday 6 Feb 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Saying sorry takes courage, humility, and sincerity. But what if the person receiving the apology doesn’t actually believe you are being sincere?
Tuesday 24 Jan 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Now in over 50 languages, 'The Five Love Languages' has turned 25. Dr Gary Chapman shares the 5 keys that have kept marriages alive for a quarter-century.
Tuesday 1 Nov 2016
You don't need a partner to fulfil your calling and potential; life doesn't begin at marriage, says Sydney preacher and pastor Tania Harris.
Monday 24 Oct 2016 · Hope Mornings
What’s a parent to do, when their nine-year-old announces they have a girlfriend, boyfriend, or a ‘crush’? Dr Justin Coulson suggests a few guidelines.
Thursday 20 Oct 2016
After 16 years married to her husband Bruce, actor and Play School presenter Karen Pang shares her thoughts on what it takes to maintain a healthy marriage.
Friday 9 Sep 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Deb Rae was a young mum when she lost her husband in a road accident. She offers advice to those who grieve, and to friends and family of the bereaved.
Monday 5 Sep 2016
Men can help develop confidence, self-control, social skills and intelligence in children. These 9 tips are for both dads and father-figures.