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The Forum: Why You Shouldn't Say You're Blessed + Lent Reflections

When we get a new car or purchase a house, we say we're blessed – but it can actually be harmful to do so. We talk with Scott Dannemillar from accidentalmissionary.net about why we shouldn't say this. Plus our resident counsellor Aaron Ironside has advice for a mum whose son won't talk and The Reverend Frank Ritchie shares more thoughts on Lent.

Tune in Sunday night from 8pm.

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The Forum: Christian Persecution + A Christian Response To Terror

Christians are the religious group in the world who are most persecuted for their faith. Open Doors is an organisation that works in over 60 countries supporting persecuted Christians. On The Forum this week we were joined by Mike Burrows from Open Doors to talk about how we can help care for our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ.

Plus the Reverend Frank Ritchie shares some thoughts on the terror attacks in London and Dan Goodwin updates us on the week in social media. 

Tune in Sunday night from 8pm.

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The Forum: Idolizing Christian Celebrities + Body Shaming

Christian 'celebrity' culture has been a reality throughout Church history. But is it a bigger problem than ever before? In recent years we've watched people like Rob Bell and the Gungors be ostracized from the Church that had originally elevated them. Kallie Garrett from thislifesbessings.com was on The Forum to talk about the danger of idolizing Christian celebrities.

Also this week our resident counsellor Aaron Ironside took a look at a question from somebody who is feeling body shamed by their friends and family. If you've got a question you want addressed by a professional counsellor, you can text it anonymously to 875 keyword Forum or send it to our Facebook page.

Plus the Reverend Frank Ritchie taks about the Church's history with Guiness and Sherryn Tai is in to update us with the week in social media. 

Tune in Sunday night from 8pm.

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