Woman to Woman 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.
Woman to Woman MICHELLE BATES’ brother was wrongly accused of murdering TV presenter Jill Dando, but rather than the change of verdict from ‘guilty’ to ‘not guilty’ bringing great joy, the family realised that they were suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Where was God in the midst of it? Also, hear VICKY WALKER talk about how the digital world is simultaneously a platform for women and a place for attack.
Woman to Woman 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.
Woman to Woman This week Jen Baker talks about handling disappointment, Zoe Clark Coates explains how multiple miscarriages strengthened her faith and Tanya Marlow shares what she has learnt about the art of waiting through living with M.E. and therefore restricted in her ability to go out.
Woman to Woman Maria Rodrigues talks to missionary evangelist Suzanne Pillans about the power of a relationship with God, Clif and Marie Reid offer tips for a healthy marriage and Bethany MacDonald tells her story of stumbling across pornography online even though she was in a protective Christian home.
Woman to Woman 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.