Nicky Gumbel shares the true Christmas message with listeners
‘Why should people still be celebrating the birth of a baby born 2,000 years ago?’ Nicky Gumbel, a former lawyer, and now the Senior Vicar of one of England’s most vibrant churches, is well-qualified to answer this question. He’s one of the most influential men in modern Christianity, yet ‘humble, charming and chatty’ – perfect for our audience – and we’re thrilled to have him on our programme this Christmas.
We’re thrilled to introduce Nathan King, our newest addition to the CBA team. Nathan has come on board to help create innovative radio content as part of our ‘Love It’ ministry.
Pio Terei joined Petra Bagust from 3pm-6pm Good Friday on Newstalk ZB. The show revolved around stories – in particular those powerful stories that set one’s moral compass and speak to the deeper questions of life.
Kicking off at noon on Good Friday, Frank Ritchie & Jax van Buuren used their 3 hours to encourage listeners to make the most of their long weekend. The show was able to range very naturally from practical topics like housework, tidying, and gardening to deeper themes like mental health, forgiveness and retreats.
From 9am til noon on Good Friday, Sam & Julia Bloore hosted an exploration into the historical impact of Jesus Christ. The show was inspired by Australian documentary series Jesus The Game Changer.
In Romans, Paul shares how Jesus’ death will cover our sin and judgement and that the Spirit of Life will free us from our burdens (Romans 4:24-25; Romans 8:2 & 5b). What a gift! A warm blanket of pure, divine love has been given to all believers. Can you feel it settling around your shoulders? You are free to live …
This week, both of our Sunday night programmes on Newstalk ZB created natural space for ‘God moments’ on air.
Author and podcaster Mike McHargue joined Luke, Asher and Sherryn on RadioLIVE to discuss his need to sit with wonder at the miracle of Christmas.
During our Christmas day broadcast on Newstalk ZB and Radio Sport, Frank Ritchie spoke with Sarah Park about the revolutionary nature of Christmas.