Friday 16 Mar 2018 · Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
Have you ever joined in sponsoring an entire village? On Wednesday March 28 that’s what Hope 103.2 listeners will be doing, to support 200 children from a village in the Philippines.
Thursday 15 Mar 2018 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
Tiny Diamonds Are Quantum Science's Best Friend - nanodiamonds could be used in devices such as minute compasses for navigation, in biomedical imaging and to potentially create better solar cells.
Susie Jennings lives a God centered life she describes as "full of miracles". When tragedy struck, instead of asking God "why me?" Susie gave herself over to unconditional obedience.
Australia Has Some Water Wise Lessons For Cape Town - our experience during drought and with limited options, especially in Perth, will be useful.
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Wednesday 14 Mar 2018 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
A Mean Spirited Policy in the Land of the "Fair Go"? Refugees learning English to get work are losing an income because "if they can study they can work".
When Egos Collide. Can Trump and Kim Jong-Un Make a Deal? If a meeting eventuates will personality and ego be kept in check long enough for a meaningful agreement to eventuate?
Does the GDP blind Government to opportunities for social justice? New Zealand is about to find out.
Wednesday 14 Mar 2018
A new report shows that modern day slavery is alive in Australia, from sex trafficking and child trafficking, to forced marriage and forced labour. Now the NSW government is uniting to stamp it out.
Tuesday 13 Mar 2018 · Hope Mornings
A third of school principals are working up to 65 hour weeks, swamped in paperwork and bureaucratic checklists, and burnout is high.
Monday 12 Mar 2018
Leaders often have a unique opportunity to take the hit from hurting people and help them work through pain. Here are 5 ways to maintain a forgiving spirit while ministering to the broken.
Thursday 8 Mar 2018
The power of social media was on display in the most heartwarming way this week, after a romantic marriage proposal was accidentally captured by a photographer on Sydney Harbour.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned about women in my own 37 years, it’s that we feel immense pressure to be more than we can actually be.