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What wisdom is gained from mountain tops?

Bigger Questions
Simon Angus
28 Jun 2020
Be inspired to get a new perspective on life.

Why can't I see God?

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Tim Hinks
21 Jun 2020
A scientist shares his story

Ep 166: Why think? A tribute to Ravi Zacharias

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Michael Ramsden
14 Jun 2020
In memory of the late Ravi Zacharias

Can we win the war on waste?

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Jonathan Cornford
7 Jun 2020
A conversation to mark World Environment Day

Ep 165: How important is wealth in the Coronavirus world?

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David Knox
31 May 2020
Exploring fear, superannuation, and something bigger

Ep 164: How can we sing when it hurts?

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Dami Im
25 May 2020
Singer Dami Im shares how she finds comfort, peace, and purpose

Ep 163: How can Jesus really be the answer?

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Sam Chan
17 May 2020
We live in a time of much fear, uncertainty and difficulty - we are suffering from a loss of control. Yet some claim that Jesus is the answer to our deepest fears and insecurities. But is this answer just too convenient and easy? We confront some big questions of the potential relevance of Jesus in our lives today.

Sneak Peek at Sam Chan on Jesus and the future

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Sam Chan, Russ Matthews
15 May 2020
Isn't Jesus being the answer to life's biggest questions just a bit too convenient?

Ep 162: How can I cope on Mother's Day without mum?

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Clayton Bjelan
10 May 2020
Mother's Day is an opportunity to honour and thank the mothers in our lives. But for many it's a day of sadness, grief and even regret. We explore the story of someone for whom this is their first mother's day without mum and how they find hope amidst the grief.

Ep 161: Has capitalism failed?

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Ken Barnes
3 May 2020
The world is in economic turmoil and struggle. But what drives our economic system and is it broken? We get inside the boardrooms of big business and confront some big questions of wealth creation, inequality, and the drivers of prosperity in our world.