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Men's Walk and Talk

Stories of Hope

Release Date: 11/18/2021

What's new in 2022 show art What's new in 2022

Stories of Hope

Stories of Hope Podcast started in April 2020 and has published over 250 episodes and 32000 downloads. But there are a few podcast changes afoot for 2022, one of which is our new puppy Maggie, who is sure to get a few mentions!

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How does a perfectionist handle Cancer? show art How does a perfectionist handle Cancer?

Stories of Hope

Kate Baudinette grew up in the Salvos and enjoyed an idyllic childhood. As an adult, family and church life was rewarding and happy. Then cancer rocked her and disturbed the status quo, but faith found a way to bring her peace. Peace like a river.

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Tassie in 2022. show art Tassie in 2022.

Stories of Hope

I have a new role in 2022 that will involve me travelling 6 times a year to Tasmania. I will still live with the lovely Sue in Brisbane, which is just an ocean and 2489ks away, but I am excited about the new role.

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The Kingdom of God is a banquet show art The Kingdom of God is a banquet

Stories of Hope

Jesus describes the kingdom of God as a banquet where everyone is welcome. It’s not that complicated really, just go outside and fire up the BBQ or a cook up some vegetable soup. The smells and an “Everyone is welcome” sign will do the rest.

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Stories of Hope

Shelley is one of the most gregarious and positive people you could meet. She is a fabulous singer and runs a vintage poster shop in a trendy suburb in Melbourne. She is the mother of two boys and has survived tragedy and heartache. This is her story.

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Come from Away. show art Come from Away.

Stories of Hope

When a disaster hits, like the 9/11 terrorist attacks or even a flood – people are usually generous and compassionate in response. Reality is, there is always a crisis for someone and we have opportunities, every day to be amazing humans.

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Love always trusts show art Love always trusts

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The lovely Sue has a saying. It’s better to be married to a goat than a Fox. She generally trusts me, however she let me choose the frames for my glasses once, but has never trusted me to do it again.

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Paul Moulds has helped hundreds of young people and asylum seekers with great compassion and skill as a salvo leader. He was adopted as a baby and has faced many challenges along the way since then.

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The Christmas Gift show art The Christmas Gift

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The Salvos run heaps of great Christmas parties each year for people who come to us throughout the year for support. Volunteers love to help out each year and kindly give up their Christmas day to lend a hand. But there is an even better way!

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Comparing ourselves to others. show art Comparing ourselves to others.

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Social media seems to produce a lot of insecurity as we look at others and compare. When we find ways to celebrate others successes and genuinely care when they struggle, we find a more childlike, beautiful way to love.

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