Gladys Staines was born in Ipswich, Queensland and went on to serve as a missionary to people affected by leprosy in India – along with her husband, Graham.
Dr Daniel Shayesteh [Shaw-yes-tah] was a teacher of Islamic philosophy and a member of the Iranian Revolutionary Army in the 1970’s
Haydn Watson grew up having a father who was a larger than life character who always had an encouraging word for whoever he happened to be with.
Margaret Watson was married to Ian Watson for over 50 years and they had quite a journey together.Sadly, Ian died in 2019 after a long battle with prostate cancer.
Once again, Jan White shares about how she and her mother – former guest Helen Marsh – were reunited after being separated for nearly 30 years. She also tells us about some of the challenges they faced trying to establish a relationship.
In the past on the program, Helen Marsh shared with us how she was forced to give her baby up for adoption when she was only 14 years old – and didn’t know if she would ever see her daughter again.
Cameron Harvey was in the depths of addiction when he heard some interviews of former addicts sharing how God had turned their lives around.
More than any other time of history, we have trust issues. As our era has seen so many of the institutions that once stood as societal backbones crumble beneath scandals, lies and alternative facts, the value of trustworthiness has skyrocketed in its scarcity.
Michael Ward says that at one point in his life he realized he was living as a “Married Single” person and that his main focus was on his social life and not his wife.
Ron and Deb learnt early on that love is always a choice, not an emotion, and that truly loving someone requires that you prioritise your spouse over other demands.
We all lead very busy lives, and oftentimes our marriages pay the price.
News headlines around COVID pandemic show distress of losing life and livelihoods. But what about the changing power balance in the world with the rise of an aggressive China and the threats of world war?
To protect your marriage, Dave and Ashley Willis suggest limiting your interactions with the opposite sex and set appropriate boundaries.