Monday 17 Aug 2020 · Music
Delta Goodrem has revealed the real story behind her new song, ‘Paralyzed’ – a long journey of recovery after her tongue was partly disabled by surgery.
Sunday 16 Aug 2020 · News
In the aftermath of the bushfires of New Year's Eve, landowners like Wayne Schaefer are pushing for changes to the way Australia manages bushfire risk.
Friday 14 Aug 2020 · News · Hope Mornings
Chrissy Guinery's family on the NSW south coast were hit hard by the 2020 bushfires. She's recorded their experiences in her book, 'When The Smoke Clears'.
Friday 14 Aug 2020 · Faith · LifeWords Q&A with David Reay
Every believer has ups and downs in their faith. Can God answer our prayers when we’re not feeling confident? What do we do when our faith feels weak?
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Wednesday 12 Aug 2020 · News
A week after the deadly ammonium nitrate blast in the port of Beirut, international aid agencies are now racing to help with the cleanup and relief efforts.
Tuesday 11 Aug 2020 · Station News
Scripture Union camps that were planned for 2020 now look a little different - but you should see how green the paddocks are now!
Monday 10 Aug 2020 · Culture · Hope Drive
Experts say the sale of the Chinese app TikTok in the USA, could signal the beginning of one very big, public breakup: the ‘breaking up’ of the internet.
Friday 7 Aug 2020 · News · Hope Drive
Wesley Mission's Keith Garner says groups not normally associated with homelessness - such as single, older women - are becoming increasingly vulnerable.
Murray Norman of Christian SRE says that despite opposition from the NSW Teachers Federation to Scripture classes, teachers and parents are in support.
Thursday 6 Aug 2020 · Station News · Hope Breakfast
Sam and Duncan take you behind the scenes of Miracles Day: the day where we raise funds so people in poverty can have their blindness cured.
Tuesday 4 Aug 2020 · Social Justice · Hope Breakfast
When Ally Barnes travelled to Nepal last year to see CBM's incredible work in their outreach hospitals, she didn’t expect to end up feeling heartbroken.
Tuesday 4 Aug 2020 · Culture · Hope Mornings
When TV sports presenter Sam Squiers had daughters, she wanted to start reading them books about girls in sport. There weren't many... so she wrote one.