Historymakers TV

History makers TV series 2 DVD set now available! 16 Episodes for AUD $30, 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 $30. 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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Mar
20

Kelly Newton-Wordsworth

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Kelly Newton-Wordsworth is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Western Australia. She shares her testimony of her involvement in the New Age movement & her radical transformation during an Alpha Course. www.kellynewtonwordsworth.com

Mar
16

Nik Ripken

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Nik Ripken is the world’s leading expert on the persecuted church in Muslim contexts. He is a missions veteran of 30 years, having served primarily in North Africa and the Middle East. He is the author of “The Insanity of God “and the new book “The Insanity of Obedience”. He and his wife have done extensive research on the persecuted church, and on Muslim background believers, in approximately 72 countries. www.nikripken.com

Mar
9

Dave Pellowe

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Dave Pellowe is the host of “Church & State,” a viewer-funded internet talk show with news and views at the intersection of Christianity and Politics in Society. Dave has interviewed Mark Robinson MP, Bernard Gaynor, Wendy Francis, Rod McGarvie and there are many more to come! www.ChurchAndState.com.au

Mar
4

James Holbeck

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James Holbeck is a former Rugby Union player with the Wallabies who’s since earned a reputation as a humorous & insightful speaker, writer, mentor & coach. He shares about his faith journey, and how he speaks at many schools & also has worked with Red Frogs at schoolies. www.jamesholbeck.com

Nov
28

Guryel Ali

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Guryel Ali is a former Muslim who converted to Christianity. He’s released a number of Reggae Albums, he’s worked in Breakfast radio, and he shares about his involvement in the Revival in Vanuatu in 2016 with Evangelist Tim Hall, Hillsong & Planetshakers.

Nov
21

Prayer Revival [Godspot]

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In 1857, in New York City, Jeremy Lanphier started a lunchtime prayer meeting, praying for revival in his nation. And after advertising the prayer meeting widely, only six people turned up. After three weeks of faithfully gathering, his prayer meeting had 40 people joining in on daily meetings. On October 10 that year, the stock market crashed. Suddenly, people were flocking to the prayer meetings. Within six months, 10,000 people were gathered daily for prayer in New York City alone. Other cities experienced an increased interest in prayer too. Chicago had 2,000 people praying. Louisville had several thousand people praying. And in 1858 the New York Tribune devoted an entire issue to news of this revival. Prayer rather than preaching was the main focus. Meetings were informal. Anyone could pray, speak, lead a song or give a word of testimony with a five minute limit placed on each speaker. This led to the third great awakening in US history. It then spread to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, Europe, South Africa, India, Australia and the Pacific Islands. Many people were saved. Backsliders returned, conversions increased, families established daily devotions and entire communities underwent a noticeable change in morals. Many preachers returned to the truths of the Gospel and Christ and His cross. All because one man saw the trouble his nation was in, and decided to get on his knees and pray. Are you willing to get on your knees and pray for your nation today?

Nov
21

Joh Knijnenburg

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Joh Knijnenburg is the Manager for Children, Youth & Education for the Bible Society in QLD. He shares in schools & in concerts about the importance of God’s Word. And he’s got a great story to tell…

Nov
20

Prayer Power [Godspot]

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A recent survey showed that 85% of US Christians only prayed for themselves and their families. Only 15% prayed for the world around them, yet the Bible tells us in 1 Timothy 2 that we must pray with supplications, prayers, intercessions and giving of thanks for all men, for kings and for all who are in authority. One definition of prayer is that it’s an activity of God that requires the cooperation of man in order to see God’s desires fulfilled. Prayer is the conduit of power that flows through the Christian. Have you ever spent a night at home in the middle of a blackout? There’s no power for your TV. No power for your clock radio. No power to charge your phone. Sadly main Christians are living in the middle of a spiritual blackout. They’re not receiving the power from on high. God is calling us to be a people of prayer. And prayer, not just for ourseleves, but for the world around us. Prayer for our leaders. Prayer for our churches. Prayer for the persecuted church. If you’re feeling a little dry in your prayer life, get back into God’s Word – the Bible and study what it says about being a people of prayer.

Nov
19

Haircut [Godspot]

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A man went to a barber shop to have his hair cut and hist beard trimmed. As the barber began to work, they began to have a good conversation. They talked about so many things on various subjects, when they eventually touched on the subject of God. The barber said, “I don’t believe that God exists.” “Why do you say that?”, asked the customer. “Well, you just have to go out in the streets to realise that God doesn’t exists. Tell me, if God exists, why would their be so many sick people. Would there be abandoned children? If God existed, there would be neither suffering, nor pain. I can’t imagine loving a God who would allow all these things.” The customer thought for a moment, but didn’t respond, because he didn’t want to start an argument. The barber finished his job and the customer left the shop. Just after he left the barber shop, he saw a man in the street with long stringy, dirty hair and an untrimmed beard. He looked dirty and unkept. And the customer turned back and entered the barber shop again and said to the barber, “You know what? Barbers don’t exist.” “How can you say that?”, asked the surprised barber. “I’m here and I’m a barber, and I just worked on you.” “No! The customer exclaimed. “Barbers don’t exist, because if they did there would be no people with dirty long hair and untrimmed beards like that man outside.” “Ah, but barbers do exist. What happens is, people do not come to me.” “Exactly!”, affirmed the customer. “That’s the point! God too, does exist. What happens is, people don’t go to him.” Jesus Christ said, “Come to me all you who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest.” Every day Jesus Christ is inviting you to come to him, and he’s not offering you a haircut, he’s offering you eternal life. Why don’t you come to him today?

Nov
18

Coveting [Godspot]

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Have you ever taken your children to the shops and just at the checkout, there’s all the chocolate and they toys and the lollies that tempts the kids right at their eye level? They’re so clever at placing just the right thing to tempt your kids at just the right time. I heard a story of a father that took his children into the supermarket. He took them into the toy aisle. He made them lean in and listen carefully to the toys in the aisle. And he said, “Can you hear that kids? Can you hear what they’re saying?They’re saying, buy me! Buy me! He said thats what they say to you in the shops wherever you go in every shopping centre, in every supermarket, they’re crying out, buy me!” He taught them a valuable lesson that day. He said, “Don’t listen to what they are saying. Don’t fall into the trap of the world by coveting everything that you see, otherwise, you’ll always want the latest toy, the latest gadget, the latest upgrade. Be content with what you already have.” In Hebrews 13:5, the Bible says “Make sure that your character is free from the love of money, being content with what you have; for He Himself has said, ‘I will never desert you, nor will I ever forsake you.'” In this day and age where advertising is always telling us to buy this and that and get the latest and greatest. Lets not give in to the spirit of the age and lets not covet the things we don’t have. Lets be grateful and content with what we already have. And lets remember that when we’re blessed, we’re blessed to be a blessing.

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