In the last 15 years, we’ve halved global poverty. During our Good Friday morning programme on Newstalk ZB, Sam & Julia Bloore interviewed Chris Clarke from World Vision. Whilst some of the outlook has been remarkably positive, we still have enormous challenges ahead of us. Listen to more highlights from our Easter 2017 broadcasts by clicking here.
Greg Fleming from The Parenting Place chatted with Petra Bagust and Ido Drent on Newstalk ZB about why Good Friday is considered to be “good”.
Stu Thompson chatted on-air with Peter Wolfkamp and Jax van Buuren about the ICONZ programme for young boys. We want our boys to be godly men and Kiwi greats. Stu revealed that over 100,000 boys in New Zealand are growing up without fathers. ICONZ is dedicated to role-modeling true masculinity. Listen to more highlights from our Easter 2017 broadcasts by …
After producing a pre-recorded 1-hour programme about the dangers of pornography, we decided that the topic was a bit “too much” for a Good Friday afternoon.
The show, hosted by Petra Bagust, was never broadcast, but we’ve decided to make it available online.
Mal Fletcher is a media/social futurist and commentator, keynote speaker, author, business leadership consultant. He joined Sam & Julia Bloore to discuss the issues affecting our future.
When Northern Irish philosopher, theologian, and author Peter Rollins visited New Zealand, Sam Bloore grabbed the chance to sit down with him for an interview. And where better than in an Irish pub? Sam and Peter’s chat covered all sorts including the death of God, the nature of sin and why we should appreciate Good Friday regardless of our faith …
During our Good Friday morning programme on Newstalk ZB, Sam & Julia Bloore interviewed Wm. Paul Young, Canadian author of the novels The Shack, Cross Roads and Eve. For those of us who have grown up in a religious environment, sometimes positive affirmations have been heard so often that they became meaningless. In this thought, William explores the “lies we …
This year we reworked our series of radio bulletins creatively retelling the events of the original Good Friday for community stations throughout Australia.
We imagined a radio station broadcasting 2000 years ago, covering the crucifixion of Jesus Christ as an unfolding news story. This year it’s even better!
Television hosts Pio Terei and Dayna Vawdrey hit the road for three days to record our “Redemption Roadtrip”. They stopped off in five locations to chat with a handful of remarkable kiwis who are bringing a sense of redemption to the communities with which they are involved.