In Conversation - brings you stories that challenge faith and thinking. Victor Hulbert and Richard Daly talk with guests from varied backgrounds and lifestyles discovering what's important in their lives and learning lessons for our own.
Kenneth shares his story of overcoming hardship and adversity, and his reliance on God's timing in giving him the opportunities he's needed at the right moments in his life.
Cancer survivor Lurline Thomas shares her personal journey, and talks about relying on God's strength during her darkest moments.
Maureen shares her story with great openness and honesty, and reflects on her personal journey of faith.
Sophie shares her remarkable story of surviving the Rwandan genocide in 1994, when about 800,000 people were slaughtered in just 100 days.
Businesswoman and mother of four, Nina Kalu runs Mamas In Need. A charity that helps mothers and babies living in rural areas in Africa.
Mark Prince (father of murdered teenager Kiyan Prince) continues his story. He talks about the death of his son and shares his journey to establishing the Kiyan Prince Foundation.
In part one of a two-part conversation with Richard Daly, Mark Prince (father of murdered teenager Kiyan Prince) reflects on his own tough childhood growing up with a violent father, his successful boxing career and the struggle to cope when it all came to a sudden end. In Part two, Mark talks about the death of his son and shares his journey to establishing the Kiyan Prince Foundation.
From a degree in political science to preacher to academic lecturer, Julian shares his journey of faith.
Janelle is a motivational speaker, lay preacher, business woman and health professional. She is also passionate about families affected by domestic violence, alcohol and addiction, and is also an author of 3 books.
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God is not someone to be loved, but is a feared and distant being, so remote that he has no relevance to my daily life.
Dusting off the passport and the hiking boots, Victor Hulbert discovers that his joy of travel also teaches him a lesson or two about faith.