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Della Brown

Della Brown is from “HIT international.” HIT is an international hosting network, where private people, lovers-of-Israel, open their hearts and homes and invite Israeli travelers visiting their countries to come and stay with them providing them a ‘home away from home’ experience. Listen in to hear Della’s testimony and how the Lord has opened doors for her from her home base in Narrabri NSW.

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Bill Wiser

Bill Wiser is an Author, Pastor and Teacher. He’s one of the leaders in a Christian Community called Danthonia near Inverell in NSW, Australia. This community is a part of the Bruderhof, which was founded in 1920 in Germany by the Protestant theologian Eberhard Arnold. Appalled by mounting social injustice and the horrors of World War I, they sought answers in Jesus’ teachings, especially his Sermon on the Mount. Through this search they felt a call to radical discipleship: to give up everything for Christ. With a handful of like-minded seekers, they began to live in community of goods after the example of the first church in Jerusalem. Soon they adopted the name Bruderhof – literally, “place of brothers.”

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Joe Romeo

Joe Romeo is an Aussie country GP working in Narrandera in New South Wales who loves to write songs – mostly Gospel country songs. He’s been featured on Ray Hadley’s National Radio program, and his songs are now reaching people all over the world! He also shares how his Christian beliefs support his role in his medical practice. Listen in to his story!

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Nathan Thebridge

Nathan Thebridge is a pastor at Voice to the Nations Church at Granville, Sydney, NSW. He’s an Author and Blogger with a passion to really know God, to chase light in the ordinary and every day. In this interview he shares, about his journey of faith and his heart to impact others through his books and blogs.

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James Condon

James Condon has been an Officer of The Salvation Army for more than 45 years, retiring from active service in 2016. He has served in a variety of leadership roles in 3 countries: Australia, PNG and the UK. At the International Headquarters of The Salvation Army based in London, he held the position of International Secretary for the South Pacific and East Asia Zone. In 2011, James was appointed Commissioner for the Australia Eastern Territory which covers the States of NSW and QLD as well as the ACT. This involved some 400 centres of The Salvation Army, with 1,000 Officers of The Salvation Army and 4,000 employees. In this interview, James shares his testimony and about his involvement as Chairman of the National Day of Prayer and Fasting.

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