Blessing Offer – Brighter Days

The youngest of six siblings, the Nigerian-born singer/songwriter immigrated to the United States with his uncle at the age of six. Born with glaucoma in his left eye, Blessing’s parents selflessly sent their son to America in the hopes that he would be able to receive optimal medical care. Several years later, a powerful spray from a water gun damaged …

Mike Rolls and Ben Pettingill – Real Life Resilience

Legless & Blind – A down to earth duo with a powerful purpose. They understand first hand that life doesn’t always go according to plan. They both embody an attitude and belief that even the greatest challenges can be tamed with the right mindset, strategies and support. At the age of 18, Mike’s life changed forever. Whilst on a footy …

Dr Jenny Brockis – People Pleasers

People Pleasers are defined as “a person who has an emotional need to please others often at the expense of their own needs or desires.” Luke asks how to care for the people pleasers in our lives without asking them to stop being the kind hearted humans they are. “My curiosity led me to develop a sense of awe and wonder about …

George Georgievski – Dinner Express

Dinner Express is the ultimate solution for busy people and families. Following his hugely successful and best selling books Air Fryer Express and Lunchbox Express, Dinner Express will help get healthy, home-cooked food on the table faster, every night of the week. It includes 60 fast, fresh and easy dinner ideas, most of which can be whipped up in 30 …

Melissa Wu – SAS Australia

Melissa Wu is the youngest ever Australian diver to compete at an Olympic Games and also the youngest ever Australian diver to medal at an Olympic Games, first Australian platform diver to compete at four consecutive Olympic Games and has placed in the top six at all four Olympic Games. She struggled with depression and anxiety for most of 2009 …

Pat Hipwell – Helping Children become better readers

The transition from preschool to prep is undoubtedly a nerve-wracking time for both parents and children. Coming from a play-based learning environment into a more structured classroom setting, not to mention the addition of homework is a significant adjustment for little learners. Pat’s philosophy is that teaching literacy is everyone’s business, and she encourages parents, teachers, carers, and aides to …

Brooke Prentis – CEO of Common Grace

We are tackling a very sensitive issue in this week’s podcast, discussing black deaths in custody as seek to understand more about the aboriginal culture. We will be joined by Aboriginal christian leader, writer, speaker and CEO of Common Grace, Brooke Prentis. Brooke has a wealth of experience and knowledge to share with us and to help broaden our understanding …

Imbi Neeme – Author of ‘The Spill’

We’re speaking with the lovely author, Imbi Neeme on this week’s podcast to chat about her latest novel, The Spill. About The Spill In 1982, a car overturns on a remote West Australian road. Nobody is hurt, but the impact is felt for decades. Nicole and Samantha Cooper both remember the summer day when their mother, Tina, lost control of …