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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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Jason Stevens is a former Rugby League player who has featured regularly on “The Footy Show.” He shares about his faith, his love for God’s word & the heart behind his book, “Worth the wait.” Jason has also written & produced a movie called “Chasing Comets.” It’s loosely based on Jason’s life & how he found faith. Featuring Stan Walker, Beau Ryan and a stellar cast, Jason is hoping this will be the first of many films. celebrityspeakers.com.au/jason-stevens/
Luke Howarth is the Federal member for Petrie, QLD. He shares about his transition from running a small-business to becoming a politician. In his maiden speech to parliament he said, ‘Life is about relationships.’ I truly believe this. The most important relationships in my life are:
- my relationship with God, as a man of strong faith, and
- my relationship with those people around me – my friends, my family, my neighbours and my work colleagues in this place.
At the end of the day, when everything else is gone, relationships are what count. lukehowarth.com.au
Steve Addison has a calling to fuel movements that multiply disciples and churches everywhere. He and his wife, Michelle, lead MOVE, an Australia-based mission agency dedicated to making disciples and multiplying churches around the world. Steve began his research into Christian movements in the late 1980s while serving as a church planter in Melbourne, Australia, and he is the author of Movements That Change the World: Five Keys to Spreading the Gospel, and What Jesus Started: Joining the Movement, Changing the World.
Steve loves walking, historical novels, Shakespeare, anything written by G K Chesterton or C S Lewis, Sunday afternoon naps, watching Australia beat the Poms at cricket, and the Kiwis at Rugby and supporting the Collingwood Football Club. www.movements.net
Bobbie Cain shares her heartbreaking story of trials & triumphs in this compelling conversation. Bobbie has faced battles with abuse, addiction, and mental health issues, but after coming to Christ in a dramatic conversion, her life now has meaning & purpose.
Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney and worship pastor Timothy Dunfield have formed Finding Faith, a new pop vocal/guitar duo and song writing team. Tierney has resided in Las Vegas performing with Australia’s popular vocal group Human Nature. His duo partner Dunfield is a pastor and musician who resides in Las Vegas working his pastoral duties. Their captivating story is a melding of two very uniquely different lives save for their passion for songwriting and faith. Andrew’s new found focus on God lead him to restore and cement his practice of faith during a time of deep personal change, growth and need to simplify his life. www.iamfindingfaith.com
With the ball tampering scandal and all the drama surrounding international cricket, it’s easy to be disillusioned. For one cricketer who is a man of faith who is Marnus Labuschagne who plays for Queensland as well as the Brisbane Heat. On the bottom of his cricket bat he has the verse Isaiah 40:31, which says “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” A great verse for any cricketer. Marnus that playing elite cricket as a christian can be challenging. He says that the environment that you’re surrounded with isn’t really ideal at times. And you tend to be away from home a lot, but God has used him in many ways to shine a light on the cricket field. Including opportunities to pray for the team before they go out on the field. He’s also part of a WhatsApp group called Front Foot Faith which has got about 30 professional cricketers around the world who share the christian faith. He said that it’s important that cricket doesn’t become the centre of your life. That you’re not putting anything ahead of God. And he knows that his talent is a blessing from God and his relationship with God should always come first. With that kind of attitude I think that he’ll go a long way. Lets pray for cricketers like Marnus and other faith based sporting heroes to be an example to the next generation.
Sam Humphrey is a New Zealand born actor who’s best know for playing General Tom Thumb in the film The Greatest Showman. He’s also been featured on the TV show Neighbours. He was born with a rare genetic disorder. A common form of dwarfism. As a child he was also diagnosed with the inflammatory bowel condition Crohn’s disease and spent a lot of time visiting hospitals and doctors. He attempted suicide several times, but with the support of his family, his faith and his resilience, he was able to overcome his challenges and pursue his dream of becoming an actor. He said that as a teenager his self-confidence and self-esteem was plummeting and he was bullied as a teenager. He said that because he had God in his life he was given that snap transformation from depression into becoming an overcomer in Christ. You know the Bible says in 2 Corinthians 5:17, “If anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!” No matter what we’re going through in life, no matter how bad the circumstances are, lets not look to the circumstances, let us look to the one who can save us in the midst of our circumstances. Sam Humphrey has now been a youth leader and he’s now sharing a message of hope all over the world. Because of the platform God gave him through the film “The Greatest Showman”. You know the Bible tells us that God can bring beauty out of ashes. No matter what you’re going through today, just remember, God has a plan and a purpose for your life.
Eddie Woo is the high school maths teacher and internet sensation who won the Australia Day Local Hero Award in 2018. After one student couldn’t make it to class, he decided to film his maths classes and put them on YouTube. Now he’s reached millions of people all around the world with his Wootube channel. When he was in grade 9 at school, he began to fully trust Christ. He noticed some Christians at school who had a genuine faith. He said their faith changed their character and the decisions they made day-to-day. And for many of them it changed the whole trajectory of their lives, which was a revelation. And he had some great Christian teachers at the public school he was at, who showed him a glimpse of how people can live out their faith in a secular context, by demonstrating their faith in a way that makes a difference in people’s lives. Eddie Woo is a great example of a believer who’s living out his faith in everyday life. Using the platform that God has given him to teach about Maths, but also to teach about the designer of all mathematics.
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