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Dr Ben Carson: Gifted Hands

“I hope to be a man of God, someone who simply allows himself to be used as a conduit through which God can do thing.”

Maryam and Marziyeh: Captive in Iran 

“Three guards came to our apartment and found our Bible … then they transferred us to detention.”

Live Different 

Explore the pressure points Christians face in everyday life, and learn to live full and free, deep and different.

Matthew Beard

Responding to Tragedy

Violence. Terror. War. Tragedies and disasters happening all around the world are vying for our attention and empathy. Research Associate at the University of Notre Dame’s Centre for Faith, Ethics and Society, Matthew Beard, says it’s important to stay connected, empathise, grieve and respond to tragedy, and it’s also okay to carry on.

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Dr Ernesto Sirolli

Listen and Learn

He’s dedicated his life to aid and development work, and learnt a key lesson from a herd of hippos while running an agriculture project in Africa. Founder of the Sirolli Institute, Dr Ernesto Sirolli, says the first step to providing help is to listen to the people you’re trying to help.

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Suzy Jacobs

Discrimination: Gender

In our “Discrimination” series, we explore different ways people confront and overcome discrimination. In this podcast, founder of She Business, Suzy Jacobs, says gender diversity is critical for workplaces to flourish.

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Dr Suzanne Gazda

Nodding Syndrome

Nodding Syndrome is a mysterious disease affecting thousands of children in Uganda, Sudan and Tanzania, characterised by a nodding of the head produced by seizures. Hope for Humans founder, Dr Suzanne Gazda, is heading up efforts to improve the lives of children with this disease and to find a cure.

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Kim Carruthers

Less Is More

The idea of living a simple, uncluttered life sounds attractive to many, but the next question is often confronting – where do I begin? De-clutter expert, Kim Carruthers, shares her wisdom and insights into living with less debt and less stress, and therefore, more money and more energy.

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Michael Parker

Talk With Your Kids

Have you ever tried to talk to your kids about democracy, war, animal rights or freedom of speech? In this podcast, author and educator Michael Parker discusses the importance of talking with your children about ethics and big ideas, and how you can start the conversation.

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Rabbi Zalman Kastel

Discrimination: Race and Religion

In our “Discrimination” series, we explore different ways people confront and overcome discrimination. In this podcast, Rabbi Zalman Kastel, National Director of Together For Humanity, discusses how to cultivate more understanding and less prejudice.

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Josie Gagliano

The Sandwich Generation

Are you struggling with the pressure of caring for an older parent as well as your own children, and even grandchildren? You are not alone – you are part of the ‘sandwich generation’. In this podcast, Josie Gagliano shares the trials and triumphs of her care journey as a mum and her mum’s carer.

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Dr Anne Chalfant

Children and Autism

Between 2009 and 2012, there was a 79 per cent increase in the number of people diagnosed with autism in Australia. In this podcast, child psychologist Dr Anne Chalfant discusses the health and developmental needs for kids with autism and shares her experience supporting families after an autism diagnosis.

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William Struthers

Wired for Intimacy

Addiction to pornography is one of the greatest threats to human relationships, poisoning marriages and destroying families. Professor William Struthers from Wheaton College explores the impact of sexual images on real intimacy and provides advice on how to steer clear of pornography.

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