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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.

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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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Stephen Hart from Bethel Music

Stephen is a kiwi who has just recently joined the Bethel team in California.  

Bethel Music is a community of worshipers and artists based in Redding, California. Birthed out of the local worship ministry of Bethel Church, Bethel Music produces songs and albums that are largely written and recorded by members of their Artist Collective.

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The Fourth Watch

'In the forth watch' - Have you come to the end of yourself? I have good news for you: Jesus always shows up.

Written by Greg Laurie

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David Shearer on refugee Crisis

David Shearer had a chat with JP about the refugee crisis and how New Zealand needs to be doing more.

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Friday's Panel: Human Trafficking

John hosted a panel discussion on the topic of human trafficking, the guests were: Melinda from Tear Fund, Sarah from Hagar International and Anna from Nvader. 

Melinda Tankard Reist - is a Canberra author, speaker, media commentator, blogger and advocate for women and girls. She is well known for her work on the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls and efforts to address violence against women.

Sarah Scott Webb is the Marketing and Communications Manager for Hagar NZ. Sarah has spent most of the past 15 years working in the not-for-profit sector, including a variety of marketing and advocacy roles. She has a Post Grad Diploma in Applied Theology, focussing on theological issues surrounding modern day slavery, and a Masters in International Relations.

Anna Roberts is an experienced investigator and was part of the original team that founded Nvader (Nvader combats sex trafficking in the Asia/Pacific region). She has been on multiple deployments offshore and her role as part of the investigative team meant she dealt directly with the victims of sex trafficking during and after their rescue.

 

 

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Jacinda Ardern

John chatted with Labour List MP in Auckland City Jacinda Ardern about the current discussion of her being one of the preferred PM's and the sexism she's had to endure.

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Eat My Lunch founders

Eat My Lunch makes fresh wholesome lunches everyday delivered to schools or workplaces, for every lunch bought, they give a lunch to a child in need.

John Peachey chatted with Lisa, one of the founders.

 

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Best of Breakfast: Andrew Shaves His Head

This week we told our best Dad jokes and DIY fails in honour of Fathers Day, Andrew is adamant that you can tip cows and we caught up with the band Lifehouse.

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

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Best of John Peachey

In this Rhema Mornings podcast Martin Campbell from East West joins us for a chat about the reality of being on the mission field, and Dan Goodwin updates us with the latest in music news. We also caught up with our money mentalist Lynda Moore - she shared 7 tips for financial success.  Judge Carolyn Henwood also made time to come into the studio to respond to recent articles about foster care and child abuse.

Tune in to hear John Peachey live 10-1 weekdays on Rhema.

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