Isabel Moraes
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 29 January 2014

Feeding your epilepsy medicine to the dog is not particularly good for dog or child, but this early experiment (or rebellion) eventually led to a career in science as Dr Moraes searches for a cure for Alzheimer's disease while also developing a passion for God and His creation.

 
Paul Lockham
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 3 May 2012

Paul Lockham tried to leave God, but through a miracle and Christian friends, discovered that God never left him.

 
Deborah Harris
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 6 February 2014

Deborah Harris, entrepreneur and money expert draws together the principles that have formed her life. Where does she find the joy in numbers and advice giving, and what influences determined her will to succeed?

 
Jacques Venter
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 23 April 2012

From a young age Jacques Venter found his faith challenged by lifestyle conflicts and family tragedy. Today he works as a church pastor and believes strongly that children should be central in church worship.

 
The Journey - When Disaster Strikes
 

The Journey / 10 April 2013

Earthquake, tsunami, hurricane or flood – The punishment of God on a delinquent world? Some would say so. Yet in a journey that starts with the Great Lisbon earthquake of 1755, Victor Hulbert argues that there is a more positive view of God to be seen when times get tough.

 
Jamie Jorge
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 2 April 2014

Jaime Jorge, renowned Adventist violinist, shares his story of faith to God in communist Cuba, how God has transformed his life, and the difference that trust can make. We also hear some of his music.

 
Michael Omolewa
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 17 May 2012

Former President of UNESCO - Michael Omolewa, shares how his faith has always been an upfront part of his high profile job.

 
Karin and Llew Edwards
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 5 March 2014

Karin and Llew Edwards openly share their moving and thoughtful views on living with terminal cancer. Their mixture of humour, honesty and a deep trust in God makes this compelling viewing.

 
Tom Pignon
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 24 May 2012

A childhood move from rural Norfolk to Kenya was difficult for Tom Pignon, but somehow he gained a vision for looking beyond himself to the needs of others – something reflected in his charity career.