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Kiwi's are so nice!

All the links for our show for Thursday, 16 August 2018!
Random things we talked about:

 A British and Irish Lions fan who lost cash and passport is having the cash returned to him

This is your feelgood kiwi story of the day!

You've been using Can openers wrong - apparently 

Want to work at Buckingham Palace? Her majesty is hiring

Sidenote - Dan reckons he is basically the same person as the Queen when it comes to food 



Your Rhema Verse of the Day: 

Do not gloat over me, my enemy! Though I have fallen, I will rise. Though I sit in darkness, the LORD will be my light.

Micah 7:8

The truth is, we do fall and we do fail. We find ourselves in dark places because of our choices... but I love the confidence and fierceness of this verse!

Declaring that although I may be in the dark now, the enemy has NO power as the Lord is my light. 


Prayer for Our Teachers

All the links for our show for Wednesday, 15 August 2018!
Random things we talked about:

Primary and Intermediate School teachers are striking today - here's a prayer for teachers


New Zealand Police use KFC to trap and capture a pig roaming streets

Life in the small town of Waihi is never a boar and Sunday evening was no different after police pursued and captured a pig on one of the town's main streets.

The pig was estimated to weigh 150kg and emergency services were notified of it making its way through the town and a pursuit ensued.

 Vermont's 14-year-old runs for governer - he's pretty inspiring!

Your Rhema Verse of the Day:

The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases;
his mercies never come to an end;
they are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness.

 - Lamentations 3:22-23

This new morning; know that his mercies are new! You can be refreshed and fully filled by whatever you need this morning from him.

Peace? Love? Forgiveness? Wisdom? Faith? He is faithful!


God at work in Whanganui

Andrew spoke with Baptist Pastor Nigel Irwin about the recent survey of Faith and Belief in New Zealand by the Wilberforce Foundation, that showed Whanganui as one of the bigger religious hubs of New Zealand.


Radio Still on top

New Zealand on Air research shows that radio is still king and more people are turning to on-demand sites and away from traditional TV viewing.



VR Tour, Flying Sheepdog, Key Fobs

A new state-of-the-art virtual reality experience takes viewers inside the 3,000-year-old tomb of one of Egypt’s most beloved queens in an effort to preserve and protect its archaeological significance for generations to come, a herding drone to keep flocks of birds away from planes and how to protect your wireless key fob from hackers.


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