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Episode 166 - Are you burnt out? ft. Claire Marsh

There's 52% chance you are mentally burning out, according to statistics by a job aggregator site in the US. But before you self-diagnose, listen to psychologist Claire Marsh's advice about what burnout is, how to not get it mixed up with other mental health conditions, and how to treat burnout. Image credit: Tangerine Newt
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Episode 165 - Why introduce kids to faith? ft. Karen Collum

Many parents around the world choose to share their faith with their children. Karen Collum explains how this practice has some real benefits for both parent and child—if done right—and how a new book "Advent for Kids" can help in that process. Image credit: Ben White
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Episode 164 - Does God exist: will we ever find a definitive answer? ft. Marcos Torres

Whether you prescribe to belief that God does or doesn't exist (or something in between), there's new insight to be found by taking a step back and considering the wonder of the question itself.
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Episode 163 - Does religion cause war? ft. Vania Chew

On a surface level, it might seem like religion has inspired a number of factions to draw arms in the last century. Has that actually been the case? And if so, what's the relationship between religion and conquest? Photo credit: Henri Huet
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Episode 162 - Dune: Complex themes, profound message ft. Mark Hadley

Dune's onion-layered plot reveals interesting themes the more you peel it back: the relationship between religion and politics, messiah-figures and the relationship between science and faith to name a few. But what does it say about our modern world?
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Episode 161 - The billionaire space race ft. Ryan Stanton

There's plenty happening right above us—not just a new era of space tourism, but also talk about humans colonising Mars. What might seem like forward-thinking by planet earth's billionaires also begs the question: can we save ourselves? Image: SpaceX
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Episode 160 - An angry doctor and his angelic visitor ft. Danijela Schubert

Stefania Bratulich's doctor in Yugoslavia was stubbornly steadfast on denying her pension application. That was until one night a bright man entered his room . . . Image provided: Danijela Schubert (left) and her mother Stefania.
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Episode 159 - The one who inspired me to an Olympic medal ft. Nicola McDermott

You may have seen Nicola McDermott soar over a two metre bar and win Olympic silver at the Tokyo 2020 games, but you might not know her story. Bullied and isolated but also focused, she reveals Who she jumps for.
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Episode 158 - I wasn't OK. This is my story ft. Ashley Stanton

Asking someone if they're OK can be one of the kindest acts you do. Just ask Ashley Stanton, who candidly shares about her mental health journey in this week's podcast.
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Episode 157 - What "The Tomorrow War" says about fatherhood ft. Mark Hadley

When Chris Pratt's Dan Forrester in "The Tomorrow War" goes to the future to fight aliens for the sake of his family, it continues a Hollywood trope of fathers who are positively transformed by crisis. But is that the way it really works?
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Episode 156 - My beef with meat ft. Juliana Muniz

Juliana Muniz never knew any way other than Brazilian culinary tradition—eating meat for almost every single meal of the day. She shares about how she discovered a tastier, healthier alternative that changed her health and life.
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Episode 155 - I used to be a clairvoyant ft Cathy Hookham

Cathy Hookham thought it was angels telling her what people would do before they did, where objects had been and things that'd happened to her family in the past before she was born. She breaks down exactly what she saw and experienced and why it was angels—three of them in fact—that changed everything. Warning: this podcast contains graphic descriptions of sexual violence and spiritual themes. Listener discretion is advised.

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