Our season finale features a banquet of content – an impassioned plea for the brilliance of Joan of Arcadia, a moment of raw beauty from a school assembly, a cheeky request for sponsorship, and the famed ‘River Camp Armageddon’ story.
Friday September 20 is the Global #ClimateStrike. We speak with two people who are working hard to ensure the strike has an impact: Luca, a yr12 student who is coordinating the Albury Strike event, and Aletia, who works with Uniting World.
Due to popular demand, we got the band back together for Cracking Coconuts, part 2. We chat about the challenges & opportunities for 2nd Gen within the church, and hear some raw honesty about the hopes & hurdles experienced.
This week’s episode draws together a number of resources to encourage young people’s engagement with the Bible. We’ve collated them below, and we’d love to hear your thoughts on them, plus your suggestions of others. Make sure you listen to the episode for descriptions & uses.
A massive episode this week. Our friend Rhanee drops by the studio to read the 2019 Imagination Declaration from the Garma Festival Youth Forum. We connect with Molk to review the SBS mini-series #TheHunting. Bradon mentions some awesome events in the next few weeks, and we launch a brand new segment!
In a bold new attempt at show production, today’s episode is sponsored by the letter P. Our host explores how we might Pass The Mic through effective youth engagement, and we meet members of the Discipling the Next Generations Panel (check out http://uniting.church/circles).
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Recorded live from our Auckland studios, Bradon previews #IASYM & checks out the library. Rev Claire Dawe joins us to share her experiences leading an intergen congregation, and plays a very special Ethics #LitOrQuit