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SALT - Podcast
Conversations with Jenny
Listen to SALT where Jenny Salt will take you deeper into the lives of 'ordinary' people with heart warming, challenging and distinctive gospel stories.
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1 October 2019 Episode 7 - Reflections on life in the shadow of death - Richard
In this episode, Jenny chats with Richard Hibbert about life and ministry in Turkey and Bulgaria (among other places), someone with an ever-present taste for adventure, and his reflections on life in the shadow of death.
3 September 2019 Episode 6 - Early morning ministry - Sam
In this episode, Jenny chats with Sam Robinson about what it's like to be a Sydney breakfast radio announcer, and reflecting on a life with lots of surprising turns.
6 August 2019 Episode 5 - Unexpected journeys - Amy
Join Jenny as she chats with Amy Vink who reflects on her life as a wife, mum and missionary... unexpected journeys with the God who is always faithful.
9 July 2019 Episode 4 - The joy of disability - Kirk
In this episode, Jenny catches up with Kirk Patston, SMBC Old Testament lecturer to chat about life with disability - a focus of disability that says it's neither strategic or efficient, but can even bring joy.
3 June 2019 Episode 3 - A heart for Catholicism - Rachel
Jenny has a conversation with Rachel Ciano, who wears many hats - including wife, mother and church history lecturer with a keen interest in the Reformation.
7 May 2019 Episode 2 - Cultural revolution to personal revolution - Rebecca
Jenny chats with a professional violin player, Rebecca Irwin, about performing and coming to faith.
9 April 2019 Episode 1 - God’s gardener - Nicole
In this episode, Jenny chats with Nicole who runs her own gardening business – a business that’s been growing and thriving throughout the northwest of Sydney over the 20 years.