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Breakfast - Interviews, competitions, and morning fun and games to kick your day into gear!
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ANZAC Day – Filling A Spiritual Void?

Most New Zealanders associate ANZAC Day with formal gatherings. Huge numbers attend both the dawn and mid-morning services held in various centres throughout the country. ANZAC Day services in New Zealand are sombre occasions. They are designed to be like military funerals out of respect for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

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Best of Breakfast: Jamie Grace Interview + George Plays Netball

This week on the show WE FINALLY GOT OUR LONG AWAITED INTERVIEW WITH JAMIE GRACE! 

Plus George starts a social netball team (and we hear about it a lot), Andrew gets up to lots of Easter adventures & more.

Make sure you join us for Rhema Breakfast live Monday-Friday from 6am!

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Does God Still Love Me?

I find it really interesting how people in our culture engage with Easter each year. For some, it's nothing more than a few days off work or school and eating a whole lot of chocolate. For others, it's an incredibly meaningful and spiritual time. And I think for many people, it's somewhere between the two.

I've noticed in past Easter weekends that people seem willing to think and talk about God in a way they don't at any other time of the year. I don't just mean church-attending, committed Christians either. Easter is a time when you'll hear God being talked about by people who normally would never do so. You'll hear matters of faith discussed on regular, mainstream radio stations. You'll see friends posting about Easter on social media.

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