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History makers TV series 2 DVD set now available! 16 Episodes for AUD $10 + postage, All funds go to future Historymakers radio & TV series. Email info@historymakersradio.com now!

History Makers TV series 2 features Third Day, Phil Edwards, Ian & Mandy Worby from Vision radio, Rach Kayrooz, Darren Wilson, Levi Mcgrath, Reto Rehab, Fiona Simpson MP, Dr Shaun Marler, Bob Griffin, David Boske, Daniel Jones, Adam Boccuzzi, Ian Watto Watson, Eddie Baggerman, John Lewis, Leonie Florea and more…

Historymakers TV series 1 is also available for AUD $10 + postage. It features 12 episodes with Politicians, Musicians, Authors, Pastors & more. Watch amazing stories from Bronwen Healy, Col Stringer, Bill Newman, Bec Laughton, Ian Watto Watson, Jason Kennedy, Janet Yeo, Jodie Guerrero, Barbra Herrington, Ben Hughes, Tosh Sturgess, and many more… And please pray for lives to be transformed! Suitable for home viewing, small groups, youth groups or church!

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Jun
25

Power of a Name [Godspot]

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Nicky Gumbel from the Alpha Course shares a story about Barbara Clapham who came to live in London. At the age of 33, she decided she was going to look for a church. One Sunday she arrived at Holy Trinity Brompton. The young woman who was welcoming people at the door smiled at her and asked her name. Because of that smile Barbara came back the following week. When she walked in the next Sunday, the same person said, “Hello Barbara”. Because that person on the door remembered her name. She decided that she was going to come back every Sunday. That was 1947.

From then on Barbara came almost every Sunday until she died, soon after celebrating her 100th Birthday. She made a huge impact on the life of Holy Trinity Brompton, including running the finances of the church for years. I wonder if the young woman on the door had any idea on the impact she made by remembering Barbara’s name. There is great power in a name. Names are significant. This is true today, but it was even more true in the Hebrew culture that we read about in the Bible. A Hebrew name is no mere label. The name of the Lord reveals who he is. I wonder who’s name you can remember and how you can impact their life? You never know. You might just smile and impact someone, just like Barbara

Jun
24

Dancing With No Music [Godspot]

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Max Lucado tells the story about the man who wanted to learn to dance. He bought a book about dancing and went home and started to research it. Once he thought he’d finally got the knack, he asked his wife into the lounge room to show her what he’d learnt. He followed the instructions clearly in the book. Lean with your right shoulder. Step with your right foot. Slowly turn to the left. He moved around like a robot and said to his wife, “What do you think?” She said, “Ah, that’s great honey, but where’s the music?” “Music? I never though about music. I was just following what it said in the book.” “Lets do it again and put some music on”, she said. “This time, don’t just worry about the steps, just follow the music”, and next thing you know he was dancing like never before.

You know as Christians, we can follow the book while ignoring the music. We can master the doctrine, the bible verses, the outline, the chapters. We can follow the rules and the law and stiffly step onto the dance floor without any music in our hearts. We can measure each step and follow the rules. But, we can be exhausted at the end of every day trying to dance according to the book. Dancing with no music is tough stuff. Hebrews 4:12 says:

“For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword.”

Let’s not just read the scriptures and try and follow it all with our heads, let’s let the music of God’s Spirit come into our hearts and dance to the music of the rhythm of heaven. Christianity is about a relationship with God, not just a bunch of rules and laws. Maybe it’s time for you to start dancing today.

Jun
24

Stu Millar

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Stu Millar is a Kiwi Evangelist from Train to Proclaim. Stu shares some effective ways to plant seeds about Jesus in people’s hearts for the Holy Spirit to water. These Gospel Tools can open genuine communication lines and get people thinking about God and their eternal destiny. Listen in to hear Stu’s story & how he’s developed the Gospel in 7 (iOS | Android) App, which is equipping others to share their faith. evangelismtools.info

Jun
17

Clark Taylor – Part 2

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Clark Taylor was raised in the Aussie outback. He grew up as a real ‘Aussie Bloke’ – fighting in the pubs & working hard, rounding up wild cattle & branding them, living under the stars & eating damper. In 1959 Clark attended a Billy Graham crusade & it was there he powerfully encountered God. His entire life changed. Giving up his dream of owning cattle properties, and leaving the land he loved, Clark went through six years of theological college where he met his wife Anne. They fell in love and married. As the founders of both Christian Outreach Centre and WorshipCentre, Clark and Anne have now been ministering for over 50 years. Listen in to this 2 part series, with guest interviewer Greg Newman.

Jun
14

Clark Taylor – Part 1

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Clark Taylor was raised in the Aussie outback. He grew up as a real ‘Aussie Bloke’ – fighting in the pubs & working hard, rounding up wild cattle & branding them, living under the stars & eating damper. In 1959 Clark attended a Billy Graham crusade & it was there he powerfully encountered God. His entire life changed. Giving up his dream of owning cattle properties, and leaving the land he loved, Clark went through six years of theological college where he met his wife Anne. They fell in love and married. As the founders of both Christian Outreach Centre and WorshipCentre, Clark and Anne have now been ministering for over 50 years. Listen in to this 2 part series, with guest interviewer Greg Newman.

Jun
3

Assumpta Subbaraman

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Assumpta Subbaraman is from South India, she was born into the Brahmin caste of Hinduism, the highest caste. She shares her story of converting to Christianity & how her life has changed after coming to Christ. She also shares about her experiences on the SBS TV series, “Christian Like Us.” Listen in to this powerful testimony!

May
29

Nathan Fawcett

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Nathan Fawcett is a Brisbane based Singer/songwriter with a powerful voice & a heart for worship! His first memory of music is of the tribal harmonies he heard growing up in the villages of Papua New Guinea. Born to missionary parents, Nathan recalls his weekends spent in remote parts of the country as his dad built churches. Listen in to his story of healing after sexual abuse & his heart to reach the world with his music. facebook.com/nathanfawcettmusic/

May
21

Daz Chettle

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Daz Chettle is a Kiwi Evangelist & founder of the Global Gospel Movement. Covered in tattoos, with long dreadlocks, and a massive smile, Daz isn’t your average preacher. He loves to share the gospel in Pubs, on Planes, on the streets and in Churches all over the world. Listen in to his story of transformation & being set free from addiction. dazchettle.com

May
14

Rick Paynter

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Rick Paynter is the Senior Pastor at Gateway Church, Melbourne. Gateway is a church well-known for it’s focus on Creative Arts & reaching into the Arts Community. Rick is also the founder & CEO of the Gateway Children’s fund in PNG/ They work among the Children in the Slums of Port Moresby, providing water tanks, sanitation systems, and electricity, which are essential for a safer and healthier environment for children. gateway.asn.au

May
7

Matthew Kratiuk

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Matty Kratiuk was famous for all the wrong reasons. Guns were his best friend as he ruthlessly robbed, bashed and trod on anyone who got in his way. Today he is high on life and has guns of a different kind, the ones he builds in the gym. Killa the outlaw bikie gang standover man is gone and Matty the new man is here. Matty K walked into the Salvation Army’s Dooralong Centre a broken man, his life littered with drugs, alcohol and violence. As we were recording this interview I was moved to tears, listen in!

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