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willing spirit and weak flesh

Over the last few weeks I keep hearing messages talking about self discipline. I wonder maybe God is trying to tell me something. In some things self discipline comes easy for me, but then others, like big decisions and trying something new I am slow to move. There's a verse about that right?!? The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak (Mat 26:41). What does procrastination have to do with self discipline? Well I think Glynis Withers describes my situation perfectly in the following devotion.

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No room for predujice

No room for predujice - Being an effective communicator of the gospel.

Written by Greg Laurie


Who will go?

'Who will go?' - If God calls you will you stand in the gap? Will you share your faith with someone who's lost?

Written by Greg Laurie



This week on Homegrown we’re on the road as we take our Homegrown Café Sessions to Nourish Café in Te Puna on the outskirts of Tauranga. While drinking coffee we caught up with Singer Songwriter Hans Kraenzlin to talk about his latest album and where the inspiration comes from. Coffee was good, conversation was awesome… and this is a Homegrown you don’t want to miss. Plus the online version will be much longer!!!

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown, Saturdays Nights at 6 on New Zealand’s Rhema.




This week on Homegrown we’ve got two guests for the price of one… First up I caught up with Kiran from Young Lyre to talk about Vineyard Conference that is coming up in October and then we chat with Omega Levine about his debut solo single… it’s massive!!!

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown, Saturdays Nights at 6 on New Zealand’s Rhema.


Responding to the Refugee Crisis

The current refugee crisis has been described as the worst for almost a quarter of a century.

United Nations spokesperson Stephane Dujarric says “It’s true we live in a moment in history where there’s never been a greater need for humanitarian aid since the United Nations was founded”. 

Where can you donate and what can you do to help?

Below is a list of agencies already supporting refugees:

Red Cross 

World Vision



International Rescue Committee

Save The Children



You can also volunteer, The Red Cross need volunteers to help refugees settle in New Zealand, and the Auckland Refugee Council also has a volunteer programme.

You can help by providing employment. Work and Income want to hear from people who have an idea for a project that could help get migrants and refugees into work.


Best of Breakfast: 5 Second Rule

This week Andrew is convinced he's going to Disneyland, Curious George finds out if the 5 second rule is real, we talk

about homelessness and how to help homeless people and disagree over the age-old question: should you make your bed in the morning?

Make sure you join us for Rhema Breakfast live Monday-Friday from 6am!


Touring Israel

John chats with Stephen Goodenought who travels to various nations, speaking to Christians about developments in Israel. In 2011 he was accredited by the Israel Ministry of Tourism as a tour guide and takes individuals, small groups, families, busloads and helicopter-loads of Christians around God’s Land.


Syrian Refugees

Ian McInnes is Head of the NGO Disaster Relief Forum, representing 16 of NZ's biggest humanitarian agencies including Unicef, World Vision, and Oxfam etc. He is also CEO of Tear Fund. He popped into the studio to talk to George & Andrew about the Refugee Crisis and the Governments announcement.

Make sure you join us for Rhema Breakfast live Monday-Friday from 6am.


Artist - Jessica Le Clerc

Jessica Le Clerc from sparc is an Artist on the Sunshine Coast. She also runs Art Classes for Primary and Secondary School Students. sparc is A cultural movement of Artists, Activists, Imaginers & Creatives who seek to be an intentional & transformative cultural influence, she chats with John.

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