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Humanity and Economics

Economist Shamubeel Eaqub is one of the speakers at the upcoming Justice Conference.  Andrew Urquhart caught up with him looking at the need for humanity in economics and politics.  


National Volunteer Week

Diane caught up with the CEO of the SPCA talking about National Volunteer Week and the recent SPCA Purina Volunteer Awards.  



Andrew Urquhart talked with Richard Black from Strength to Strength around the subject of anxiety.  For details about Strength to Strength check out their website



Faith and Belief in NZ

Chris Clarke an adviser to the Wilberforce Foundation joined Andrew to studio looking at their research providing compelling snapshot of attitudes to faith and belief.  Have a look at the research here 



The Panel - Care for the Elderly

This week is Elder Abuse Week.  For the Panel we talked about this and about care for the elderly in the community.  Joining Andrew in the discussion was Joyce Cooper from Rhema Media, Alison Shaw the Senior Services Coordinator for the Salvation Army in West Auckland, Kevin Lamb from Age Concern Auckland and Gini Shepheard from Age Concern Kaitaia.





Whack A Mole

Andrew and Julia Grace talk practical tips around what to do when life gets the upper hand.



Hot Dog water???

All the links for our show for Thursday, 21 June 2018!

Random things we talked about:

Japanese fans are again helping to clean up stadiums at the World Cup

Vancouverites are freaking out over this $38 hot dog water

Fans shower sick children with hundreds of stuffed animals during soccer game

Your Rhema Verse of the Day:


What do you benefit if you gain the whole world but lose your own soul?


Mark 8:36


We chase after so many different things. Only one thing is needful. Having a fist full of dollars, a great estate, and lots of prestige doesn't mean a whole lot if you've gone to your ultimate address without the Lord. Even worse is to find that in the middle of your busy-ness, you awake to find yourself in the barren land where Christ does not dwell and life is not found. Let's not lose our life, our soul, our meaning, chasing after what is not lasting.



World Refugee Day

Andrew spoke to two agencies today about World Refugee Day.  Ian McInness the CEO of Tearfund NZ spoke to Andrew about the work that Tearfund and their partners do to support refugees and Meg de Ronde from Amnesty International talked about the I Welcome Pledge, supporting the community sponsorship of refugees in NZ.

Ian McInness

Meg de Ronde


An Introduction to the Maori World

Te Koparapara, An Introduction to the Maori World, is an introduction to Maori culture, history and society.  Andrew Urquhart spoke with one of the contributing authors Michael Reilly about this new book.




The Heart of Man

The Heart of Man movie is coming to New Zealand early July.  Rod Hopping from Heritage Films spoke to Andrew about this important new film.

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