She had just tucked her three children into bed. Her husband was on the phone to a friend when he unexpectedly passed away in front of her, at the aged of thirty-five. The coroner could only describe it as Sudden Adult Death syndrome…

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“Everybody knows that jail’s not exactly a positive or inspiring place to live in,” the prisoner said. He had lost his faith, but when he heard some songs playing in a Christian’s cell, it led to his fellow inmate introducing him to God and Christian radio…

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Her sister had lost faith in God. She had tried to give up alcohol, but was still struggling with substance abuse, and a partner who was also an addict. No matter what she did, nothing could overcome her depression…

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A Moranbah man was working with a mining crew who had all grown up together. This man’s unwillingness to partake in heavy drinking and pornography marked him as an outsider. He was bullied and harassed by his colleagues constantly and his…

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A woman from Burnei, Tasmania was suffering from anxiety and panic attacks. She turned her car radio as the program “Running with Fire” by Tak Bhana was playing and the preacher was sharing the story of Jesus calming a furious storm… Through the air-waves, God’s Word was reaching this woman…

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At age nine he was put into an institution for running away from foster homes and became what is known […]

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Her husband was diagnosed with melanoma and in her sadness she turned to God for comfort. Initially “I prayed every day for that miracle of him being healed” she said. But as time went by and her husband’s condition deteriorated, she found herself having to…

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She was a missionary’s kid and as a teenager she went off the rails. After losing her baby, she set on a ten-year-long path through darkness and bad choices. “I’ve got four kids,” she said. “And they’re the ones that used to pick me up out of my drunken stupor, and try and put me back to bed…

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Have you been in a crowd, yet felt lonely? That is exactly how the man in today’s story felt, until a stranger brought God’s hope to him. Living in a capital city, he often noticed how busy the streets were and how thousands of people lived in such close proximity of each other, yet he, like many others felt so lonely…

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God’s promises are not always delivered immediately. Often we lose hope because it is not eventuating as quickly as we would like. Have you ever thought that maybe part of the benefits of that promise, is on how it may transform us, or those around us? This story demonstrates how God is always…

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Have you ever experienced a ‘God moment’, an unexplainable touch of grace in your life? God is always looking out for us, and he has countless ways to send us guidance. This story will bring a smile to your face as we hear the story of how a cat was the catalyst for saving its owner from certain death…

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He seemed to have it all together, he had a high-ranking career in the NSW Police Force, a wife, three young boys, and was a preacher and evangelist in his local area. What went wrong? As his professional career grew he became a high-ranking detective with Criminal Investigations. This involved working on unsolved homicides, cases involving serial killers and missing children…

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As parents, there can be no more traumatic experience than the loss of a baby. So, how do you praise God at a time like this? She was sitting alone in a hospital room. A doctor had just told her that her unborn son, Samson, had no heartbeat…

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A chef had just finished service for the night, and got talking to the manager of the pub where he worked. The manager was hoping to experiment with a Ouija board after work, but the chef explained that this was not such a good idea. Instead they talked and the chef shared his testimony with him and what God had done for him…

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Child abuse would have to be one of the most monstrous ways Satan can use to harm a life… this story shows how God never gives up on one of His children, how He kept fighting for this woman’s life amidst the ongoing attack. At four years of age a boy who was eight years older than her abused her. This horrific act continued till she was 12 years old. She recalls how…

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Looking for hope, comfort and how to grow your faith? This story is about survival and loss. See how God brought her through a Tsunami…

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Have you ever experienced a ‘God moment’? This story will show you how God uses nature, in this case a little bird, to do just that for this widower. His wife of forty-seven years had died on Anzac Day. Filled with grief the man went and stayed at his sister’s and her husband’s place…

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She was only thirteen, when she began to believe there was something wrong with her. Struggling with attraction to her own sex, she felt she was a man trapped in a woman’s body. “It made me just want to withdraw, and isolate myself from people, because I felt like a bit of a freak.” Looking for hope, truth & encouragement? She shares her salvation story from being a lesbian to becoming God’s princess…

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When a freak aeroplane fault left passengers fearing for their lives, this man knew he’d been given an opportunity. As the Sydney-to-Melbourne flight took off, a man was feeling intimidated by the beautiful woman he was sitting next to. He thought he couldn’t possibly manage to talk to her. But he knew nothing happens by accident, so he asked God for guidance. “Lord, if you want me to speak to her, would you please open the opportunity.” Suddenly, the pilot announced…

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He’s now known as the Pastor Chef, but before he was saved, this man nearly ruined his own life. He grew up a Catholic, but as an altar boy, got in trouble for drinking communion wine. He always had a passion for cooking, and quickly moved from a job at McDonalds to a chef’s apprenticeship. In the fourth year of his apprenticeship, he represented Australia at the World Chef championships, and won three gold medals. When he returned home, he started to feel like a rockstar. Overwhelmed by the pressures of celebrity and expectation, he soon turned to drugs…

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A rural water corporation worker was travelling on a country road on his way to the next job destination, when he noticed an Aboriginal hitchhiker by the side of the road looking for a lift. The worker was running late so he kept on driving. Suddenly he had a feeling that he should stop, and pick the young man up, but ignored the feeling since he was in a hurry. The whisper inside got louder and louder to the point he knew that it was God telling him to…

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When she was merely seven years of age, this young girl announced that she would grow up to be a missionary. She had been talking to her mum about God, and decided to give her heart to Him. The young girl had been kneeling beside her mother, when she saw a vivid picture of a young woman preaching to dark skinned people in a shed. “That’s you, girl!” she heard God speaking to her gently…

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He grew up in a country town and as a lad he was a church ‘server’, choirboy and paid bell ringer. “I always attended Sunday School. We kids did as we were told. Mum made sure of that.” In his late teens, peer group pressure got hold of him and he moved away from the church and during this time he met his future young wife at a local dance. He didn’t know she’d become pregnant…

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In this story a Brisbane pastor shares his visit to Iraq and explains why an Iraqi Christian man said that he was thankful of ISIS. He left for Iraq in tears, because he was leaving his family behind. Then he left Iraq in tears, because he’d met brothers and sisters in Christ, who were showing incredible faith in the face of terrible suffering and persecution…

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A major bike accident becomes the trigger point for this young man to change his outlook. He was on his way home from youth group when he lost control of his motorbike. As the bike slipped out from under him, his body was slammed into a guard-rail. Both legs and one arm were broken, and his internal organs were pushed up into his chest, tearing his aorta from his heart…

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When he heard about the fire that had started at Pinery (South Australia), he knew he had to help. He left around midday to volunteer at the frontline, fighting the flames. All this time, he wasn’t answering his phone. His wife got conflicting messages about his whereabouts, and heard that a man who’d been working with him had been taken to hospital with severe burns. Multiple reports said her husband was safe, but as time went on, she started to worry…

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As an 11 year old boy in Germany, he remembers seeing a video about Australia and longed to move there. At the age of 19, his dream came true. He moved to New South Wales and studied to be a doctor chiropractic medicine. He married and set up his practice in Cooma. He later separated from his wife and sons, but after overcoming his fear of entering a church, this doctor made a commitment to Christ. “Yet again, I heard that same voice, ’go to church!’. And when I walked through the door, it was like…

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As a young girl, she grew up in a Christian family and was a healthy, high achiever in all aspects of teenage life. But in her senior year, her father attempted suicide. It shook her to the core, and with the added stress of her final exams, she was so worried that the thought of food made her physically ill. She became increasingly sick with anorexia. “I had become so introverted, I stopped going to church and socialising with people”. It was only when she reached 37kg that she…

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His childhood was marked by arguments over God. One of his parents was Anglican, the other Catholic. He attended Sunday school and two churches, but in their confusion, he said his family didn’t know where God was. As a teenager, he left the church behind, and he says he might never have gone back. But at seventeen, his vision started to fade due to an irreversible optic nerve condition. Within six months, he was legally blind…

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He was deployed as an avionics technician, but he was also responsible for playing the bagpipes at ramp ceremonies, piping off his fallen comrades. In his first ceremony, he had to say goodbye to a Canadian soldier he’d befriended just three weeks earlier. For four months, he took part in three ramp ceremonies a week, with up to six bodies in each. In an attempt to forget everything he took to drinking five bottles of wine a week and whiskey to finish, just so he could get to sleep. But it didn’t stop the nightmares…

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