Brooke McAlary – Care: The radical art of taking time

There is little doubt that the world is in desperate need of care; however, despite the overwhelming global problems that face us, we can find ourselves caring too much, while at the same time caring too little. By spending so much time and energy caring about the big problems of the world, we’ve lost sight of what smaller, personal acts …

Sally Warriner – Not Just The Wife of the General Manager

book, author, farmer, jillaroo, cattle farm

Not Just the Wife of the General Manager is a rollicking memoir of one woman’s life on outback cattle stations, and an homage to the many unsung women like her. It is a celebration of life in this tough environment writ large. With wit and sass, Sally tells this very Australian story of how she was so much more than …

Casey Macklinay – Author of ‘Girls Don’t Lay Bricks’

We love a good inspirational story and Casey’s is just that! Casey Mackinlay was a VCAL student with a bricklaying apprenticeship when she became a teenage single mum with no idea what was ahead of her.  In this podcast, we’ll find out more about her new book, Girls Don’t Lay Bricks.  Casey will open up about her personal journey and the life and …

EPISODE 1006: Artist RIVAH reminds us not to Worry Bout It

RIVAH joins Luke and Susie in the studio to talk about Faith, Family, and surprisingly…Culture. God got ahold of RIVAH in some very powerful ways over the past few years to make her faith more and more front and centre of what she does. She explains what that looked like for her while also sharing about living with her sister …

Episode 318: Jon Stevens on fronting multiple bands, appearing in one of Australia’s most successful theatre productions and his new solo record

Jon Stevens started his singing career in New Zealand at the tender age of 13. After some success in his homeland, he set his sights on Australia, and proceeded to start the chart-topping band Noiseworks. In 1992, he appeared in Jesus Christ Superstar alongside John Farnham, Kate Ceberano and Angry Anderson. The cast recording album was the highest selling album in Australia …

Episode 316: Aussie songstress Rachael Leahcar talks about her new album and keeping her blindness a secret from The Voice producers

Adelaide singer Rachael Leahcar wowed Australia with her rendition of “La Vie en rose” on The Voice. Coached by Australia’s superstar sweetheart Delta Goodrem, Rachael came third in the competition, and scored a record deal with Universal Music. After releasing three Top 40 albums under the label, she’s going independent for her latest release Shadows, featuring songs she’s penned over the last …