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The Forum Podcast: Finding A New Church + Myths About Domestic Abuse

Being part of a faith community is important for Christians, but what should you look for in a church, and why?

Also on this week's show we were joined by Holly Carrington from Shine. Domestic violence is a massive problem in NZ. The good news is that there are organisations like Shine doing amazing work educating people and helping victims. Shine is one of them. Holly talked about the myths and facts of domestic violence.

Plus the Rev. Frank Ritchie shares his thoughts on what a 'biblical worldview' is and Dan updates us on the week in social media.

Tune in Sunday night from 8pm.

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The Forum: Why Christians Should Care For The Environment + Making Tough Choices

On the Forum we talked with Jason Mitchell about his new book 'No Easy Jesus'. Jason believes many Christians end up disillusioned because a life following Jesus doesn't look as easy they were told it would be. He'll talk about how we can make tough, gritty choices that help us grow in our relationship with God.

Also on this week's show, The Rev. Frank Ritchie shares about why Christians should care for the enviroment, and Dan updates us on the week in social media.

Tune in Sunday night from 8pm.

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The Forum: Ethical Fashion + Building A Legacy

It's pretty common to want to impress people with how great we are. But that's not necessarily what God desires for us. On the Forum this week we talked with Grayson Pope about building a legacy that matters – a legacy which points not to our greatness, but to God's.

Tear Fund have released an ethical fashion guide for NZ companies, and the response has been huge. We also caught up with their CEO Ian McInnes about how we can make purchasing decisions which don't add to the misery of people working in slave-like conditions.

Also on this week's show The Rev. Frank Ritchie on why people leave church + Dan updates us on the week in social media. 

Tune in Sunday night from 8pm.

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