Woman to Woman is a lively up-to-the minute show especially for today's Christian women. If it's affecting you, we'll talk about it.  Join Maria Rodrigues and guests as they discuss the issues that shape your life. Lifestyle, parenting, sexuality, women in leadership – no stone is left unturned. Plus you can have your say too in our phone-ins. Woman to Woman is the only national radio show dedicated to Christian women today.

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This week Maria Rodrigues is joined by Grace Famoriyo and Lola Olarewaju as they talk about developing physical and emotional well-being, Dr Ruth Bancewicz discusses whether the age-old debate about whether science and religion are compatible has a place in 2017, and Rachel Hickson offers tips on how to grow your prayer life.
This week’s podcast is designed for Christian parents as Harry and Kate Benson share how parenting drove a wedge in their marriage, Angela Perigo talks about why Theology is for mums and Donna Lazenby encourages us to find God in everyday life.
This week we find out what life is like for children who have parents in ministry from NELL GODDARD. We explore the challenges facing young women growing up with a faith in 2017 with LUCY WHITE. And NATALIE WILLIAMS explores the idea that Church is too middle-class.
This week’s theme is love and relationships. LIN BUTTON will address how to handle controlling parents, KATHERINE BALDWIN being unmarried and childless over the age of 40. PASTOR BIMBO explain why it’s important to be intentional when dating.
This week Maria Rodrigues gets a Christian response to the elections from HELENA CROFT & SARAH LATHAM, we find out about rescuing street children from BECKY MURRAY and the work of JONATHAN JEFFES, JO CHAMBERS and KRISSY LITWILER is under the spotlight as they journey alongside women to help them process emotions after an abortion.
This week on the Woman to Woman podcast we reflect back on the tragic bomb in Manchester as KAT WOOD, DEIRDRE and REV DR DEIRDRE BROWER LATZ share reactions. DAVID WESTLAKE explains more about the latest form of slavery affecting people around the world at the moment and JUDY HOPKINS reflects on the impact that bereavement can have on us.
This week on the Woman to Woman podcast we discuss mental health. Esther Bonsu shares her personal battle with porn addiction, Dr Sumi (a Christian GP) talks about depression, plus Kika Ashinike and Maria Mitchell discuss wearing masks.
Hillsong Church leader BOBBIE HOUSTON shares how she gets balance in her life, HEATHER TOMLINON offers advice on how to keep calm in the midst of election fever and SHANEEN CLARKE talks about the importance of being still and getting rest.
Maria Rodrigues talks to three women today: LIN BUTTON explains why she believes that we can inherit negative traits from our ancestors both spiritually and genetically; DEBORAH ARMIN will share her story of searching for Jesus in other religions and spiritualties; and REV CANON DR JOANNA COLLICUT explains how someone with memory loss due to a form of dementia can still have a relationship with God.
This week Maria Rodrigues talks to DAPHNE CLIFTON about taking steps to enter a new career or returning to education later in life, HESTER BOUWER explains why it’s important to prepare your children for the sex talk at school and DR LUCY PEPPIATT encourages us to put discipleship processes in place in our churches now rather than waiting until we suddenly get an influx of new believers.