Western Suburbs Weekly - - Local Focus -

CAN bro­ken peo­ple re­ally be re­stored and can ev­ery­thing in life be fixed, says Fresh Talk or­gan­iser Ian Simms.

“With all the ad­vances in hu­man knowl­edge, we might think so, but are our ex­pec­ta­tions ac­cu­rate?” he said.

Held this Satur­day, Fresh Talk is a free com­mu­nity fo­rum or­gan­ised by Fresh­wa­ter Church, which in­vites spe­cial­ists in medicine, psy­chol­ogy and reli­gion to ex­am­ine the ques­tion of whether bro­ken peo­ple can be re­stored.

The fo­rum will be in­ter­ac­tive and re­laxed, with one per­son also shar­ing his per­sonal jour­ney from drugs and ex­treme be­hav­iour.

“We’re pretty ex­cited about the chance to en­gage the com­mu­nity, hon­estly and au­then­ti­cally,” Dr Simms said.

Fresh Talk will be held 6-9pm on Satur­day, June 13 at Palms Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, cor­ner Rokeby and Thomas Roads, Subiaco.

For cater­ing pur­poses, RSVP to 0449 594 344 or for more in­for­ma­tion, visit

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