Tag Archive for: HOPE 103.2

How to Approach Sale Season Ethically

Baptist World Aid’s Australian Ethical Consumer Report for 2023 provides a comprehensive look at the Australian consumer landscape.

Behind the Scenes of Christmas Musical ‘Journey to Bethlehem’

“There’s a lot of darkness in the world and this movie is a bright light [that] shines a light on the ultimate bright light which is Christ.”

Fans of ‘The Chosen’ Debate Humility Versus Red Carpet Fame

Jonathan Roumie was captured walking the red carpet at a special screening at Europe’s biggest cinema where he received mixed reviews.

26-Year-Old Joey Fry’s Mission to End Loneliness Epidemic

“There’s been an accident – you’ve lost your leg”. Joey Fry’s tragedy leads to exploration of loneliness in ‘The Great Separation’.

Embrace the Thinking of Jesus for a ‘Mind Shift’, Says Erwin McManus

Pastor and author Erwin McManus shares how the life of Jesus inspired his new book ‘Mind Shift: It Doesn’t Take a Genius to Think Like One’.

Your “Ordinary” Makes Life Meaningful, Says ‘Jesus And’ Author Robert Fergusson

Hillsong Church pastor Robert Fergusson has long been curious about the relationship between Jesus and his “everyday” followers.

Rocker Stephen Stanley Wary of Monetising Mental Health

Stephen Stanley’s debut album mixes seasons of struggle with faith-filled realisations that helped him move through to hope.

‘Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds’ Coming to a Suburb Near You

Could an encounter between the elderly and preschoolers transform the lives of both generations? UNSW researches.

What Does the Bible Say about Today’s Culture? A Lot, Says Academic

Everyone is shaped by their own culture, even if they’d like to think they stand apart from it says Christopher Watkin.

Is AI Reinforcing Gender Inequity? These SXSW Sydney Panelists Say It’s a Risk

Dr Catriona Wallace, journalist Tracey Spicer and Elladex CEO Shivani Gopal on how gender inequity could be exacerbated by machine learning.

“Mental Health is a Basic Human Right”: WHO

More than two in five Australians aged between 16 and 85 have experienced a mental disorder in their lifetime, according ABS data.

1000 Voices for 1000 Girls: Tackling Gender-Based Violence and Child Marriage Around the World

World Vision has launched 1000 Voices for 1000 Girls to bring more awareness and action to gender-based violence around the world.

Museum “Touch” Experience for Blind and Partially Sighted to Benefit Everyone

The museum experience mostly benefits people with sight, where objects exist behind glass or barriers. But that’s hopefully set to change.

From Alcoholism to Sobriety Advocate, Justine Whitchurch Offers Hope for Addiction

“Me being sober doesn’t stop life’s challenges from coming my way. It’s given me a lot better capacity to cope with what does come my way.”

Riley Clemmons Pulls Faith Out of “Religious Box” with New Album ‘Church Pew’

“We wanted to really write a song that encompasses the full range… my belief over everything is that Jesus saves room for His people.”

Sustainability Tips for Busy People

Kylie Flament is an internationally recognised leader in zero waste and gave her top three tips to start living more sustainably.

What are Your Travel Alternatives to Qantas?

As the national carrier dramatically falters, let’s explore the other airline options for moving about the continent.

Third Time Around Still Carries Some Charm in ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’

‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’ doesn’t reach the same heights as number one, but certainly rises above the ones set for it by the poster.