Tag Archive for: inspirational

Extreme Test of Human Endurance in ‘Society of the Snow’ [Movie Review]

The fateful 1972 plane crash in the Andes continues to captivate people’s imaginations after five decades.

A Stroke at 27, Heart Attack at 29: Almost Dying Saved Author Ben McKelvey

To grow and change, Ben McKelvey would have to consider the traumas that shaped him and ask what he really wanted out of life.

Walking the Walk: Finding Hope After a Spinal Cord Injury

“I felt like someone just flipped off the power switch to my body…” In a split second, rising footballer Chris Norton’s life was changed forever.

Finding Hope: A Young Man Improving Lives Through Science Textbooks

Young Indigenous man Corey Tutt is passionate about science, loves animals and founded Deadly Science to equip remote Indigenous schools across Australia.

The Nurse Who Found Hope By Living on a Surgery Ship

Theatre nurse Merryl Mackenzie shares how her world changed when she volunteered for Mercy Ships for the first time 14 years ago.

The Story of Australia’s First Saint, Mary MacKillop, Children and The Poor

In a stiff, strict world where no excuses were tolerated, Mary MacKillop’s kindness was remarkable, and her life was one of service, love and humility.

“I’m Grateful I Had a Brain Tumour” Says Comedy Writer Jeannie Gaffigan

Jeannie’s recovery wasn’t easy, with months attached to tubes and retraining herself to speak after a tracheotomy, but it’s an experience she appreciates.

Australia’s Oldest Man Celebrates His 109th Birthday – On Zoom!

Family and friends from all over the country celebrated Frank Mawer’s 109th lockdown birthday party over Zoom this year, the oldest man in Australia.

Autism Celebrated, Those Struggling with Alcohol and Addiction Embraced in ‘The Chosen’

As of March this year, season one of ‘The Chosen’ was watched over 100 million times in 180 countries and translated into multiple languages.

“I Was Always Aware I Had to be Bigger Than the Black Line” – Olympian Elka Whalan

Olympian and former competitive swimmer Elka Whalan believes it’s important to find meaning and purpose beyond your sport.

“Disability Isn’t In My Vocabulary”: Skye-Blue Henderson from ‘The Amazing Race Australia’

Skye-Blue Henderson showed many what she’s capable of, competing on ‘The Amazing Race Australia’ 2021 – after a lifetime of being told “no”.

Small Boy, Big Heart

11 year old Curtis started a business washing his neighbours’ bins and is now using what he earned to give 10 people the Miracle gift of sight.

Meet the Australian Surgeon Changing the Lives of Women in Africa

Australian Dr Andrew Browning has operated on more than 7000 women and he’s telling his story in a new book called ‘A Doctor in Africa’.

Deadly Science Helps Remote Kids Wonder About the World Around Them

Corey Tutt was named the NSW Young Australian of the Year, last year, recognising his work founding Deadly Science – inspiring Indigenous students.

New Podcast ‘Incurable’ Explores a Terminal Cancer Diagnosis

What happens when you find out you have only months to live? ‘Incurable’ walks that journey and provides hope for those in a similar situation.

Single Mum Victoria Coster’s ‘From Zero to CEO’ Story Will Inspire You

One inspirational single mum’s story of how she turned her family’s struggling situation around and become a boss of her own business.

‘Bright Ones’ Teaches Kids a Better Way to Pursue the Creative Arts

Bright Ones encourages kids to enjoy their natural talents but also see God’s greater purpose in how they use them to serve others.

Liz Vice – Let Justice Roll

Liz Vice talks about health issues in her late teens and the fear, doubts and hesitation she felt upon realising her calling into music.