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Free Christmas Song From Chris Cope

Plus all the links and extra bits from Holly & Dan for Thursday 9 November.

Free Christmas Song from Chris Cope:

Click here to check out St. Paul's annual Christmas event Alt Carols - including the link to download his version of "It Came Upon A Midnight Clear" for free (download won't work on your smartphone).

PS Keep Rhema Breakfast on every day to win your free copy of Alt Carols Vol. I - out everywhere this weekend!

Speaking of Christmas...

Holly is loving getting (or making) presents for her friends and family - and pointed to felt.co.nz as a great place to get gifts from NZ craft people and artists. Good to get in early, especially if you want to post something kiwi-esque to loved ones overseas. 

BONUS: Here's NZ Post's international Christmas post dates (to make sure everything arrives on time!)

Twitterfeed:

Twitter rolled out its 280 Character update yesterday, and Jamie Grace was excited.

Meanwhile Lecrae didn't need any extra characters to get this message out:

Today's Bible Society Verse of the Day is James 1:12 - "God blesses those who patiently endure testing and temptation. Afterward they will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love Him."

What happens to you when I say the word 'test'? Maybe you start getting a little stressed out, palms get a bit sweaty and all you can think about is how much you didn't get to study for it. Sadly, tests are just a part of life, and there's really nothing we can do it about it – but here's the thing, there is some good news.
James says you're blessed with you patiently endure testing and temptation. He goes so far as to call it a promise from God.
There's nothing quite like the satisfaction of nailing a test, and we have to remember too, that in this test, the teacher, God, helps us out, and gave us the answers through his Word, and through his Son.

 

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Learning Something New In 30 Days

Plus all the links and extra bits from Holly & Dan for Wednesday 8 November.

Learning a new thing in 30 days:

Dan read about a woman who is starting a new hobby or learning a new skill every month this year. So we've all decided to take on learning a new skill for the next month, share our progress over the next few weeks, and we'll showcase our hobby on Friday the 8th of December.

Holly: taking up carpentry and building a birdhouse
Dan: finally learning to play the guitar (after owning one for a decade and never touching it)
Maxene: learning to knit and making herself an epic scarf.

Bonus shout-out to listener Jane who's told us she's joining in, and is going to learn to make cheese in the next few weeks!

Other things we talked about today:

Don't you hate it when you go to McDonalds for an icecream, only to find that the icecream machine is broken? Now there's an app to tell you where the nearest working soft serve machine is.

Wednesday's Would You Rather was a choice between marrying someone who claps at the end of movies or when the plane lands, and marrying someone who eats pizza with a knife and fork every time.

Jane: The pizza eater with knife and fork definitely gets my vote. I do that too! And clapping at the end of a movie? No way! Very embarrassing!
Karen: Definitely someone who claps for the pilot because I'm already married to someone who uses far too many dishes now. Lol. Karen
Jeanne: Morning Dan and Holly, I would rather marry someone who clap instead. It just shows he will be someone who would appreciate good things in life.

Worship Wednesday

Bethel Music's Cory Asbury has released "Reckless Love" - get the single on iTunes now.

Today's Bible Society Verse of the Day is Romans 5:18 - "Yes, Adam's one sin brings condemnation for everyone, but Christ's one act of righteousness brings a right relationship with God and new life for everyone." 

Guilt can feel like you're carrying round a super heavy backpack. You can feel so worried about someone seeing what's inside and then judging you but because of Jesus you can trade that judgement for forgiveness.
Remember no matter what you've done, no matter what situation you're in you don't have to feel the weight of guilt, of shame or condemnation. Just ask for forgiveness and instead feel the love and embrace of your heavenly father.

Sneaky Preview for tomorrow's show

We've got Chris Cope coming in tomorrow to talk about Alt Carols (an awesome event in Auckland next month) and to showcase his new Christmas tune "It Came Upon A Midnight Clear". If you just can't wait till then... altcarols.org.nz

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Rhema Mug Exchange Rego Closes Today

Plus all the links and extra bits from Holly & Dan for Tuesday 26 September.

Join our Mug Exchange! Click here to go straight to the form, or watch the video below.

Top things we talked about:

Man enters cycle race he THINKS is in Birmingham, Alabama... turns out it's in Birmingham, England.

Canadian groom ditches wedding photoshoot to jump into river to save drowning boy.

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Today's Bible Society Verse of the Day is 1 Corinthians 8:3 - "But the person who loves God is the one whom God recognizes."

Have you ever heard the quote "Be yourself because everyone else is taken"? It's so true!
God created you, to be you, and only you. You're made to love, honour, and serve him (not to mention the people he's put you on earth with) the way only you can.

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