Work Experience with Rev Dr D’Arcy Wood

Our season finale is packed with great stories, some news & opinions, and some essential recipes for canned tuna.

Our special guest, D’Arcy Wood, takes us on a trip down memory lane, including how we came to crown the King of Tonga, and we get a peak at his amazing UCA Presidential Sweater.

#HotTake #ChristiansLikeUs

Bradon & Molk offer their hot take on SBS’s Christians Like Us, showing on SBS Wed April 3 at 8:30pm. If you didn’t watch it live, check it out via SBS OnDemand before listening – it’ll make much more sense if you’ve seen the program.

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Seeking Peace in Palestine

We’re joined by the remarkable Abby Elmobayed, a young woman who is seeking to participate in the World Council of Church’s Ecumenical Accompaniment Program in Palestine & Israel later this year. Abby shares her story, her passions & her reflections on the Christchurch tragedy on March 15, 2019.

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Check out these links for more information about this week’s episode:

Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel

Living Stones: The Uniting Church and Palestine

Conflict in Israel and Palestine: Crash Course World History 223

Explaining Terrorism to Children

Surrender Wrap & Growing With

Fresh from Surrender Conference 2019, we do some housekeeping & check out Fuller Youth Institute’s latest text, Growing With. We also receive a rather odd field report.

Be sure to listen for your chance to be part of an upcoming special episode #BeyondTheCurve – be sure to get in touch via

A closer look at Youth Alpha

For several years, our host has been recommending Youth Alpha to churches seeking resources for evangelism & formation of young people. Today we hear from Charlie Burke (Alpha Australia) & Naomi Keane (Gisborne Church of Christ) about their experiences with Youth Alpha. We hope you enjoy!

Check out the Youth Alpha site

Students Speaking Out – A #SS4C special

The School Strike For Climate is occurring on Friday March 15, and it’s the focus of our latest episode. We chat with Fatima, one of the Melbourne organising team, to learn some of the history & purposes of the strike. We also hear from the international founder, Greta Thunberg. We hope you have a listen & share it with your friends.

For more information about the SS4C, check out

To have a read of Amos Washington’s UN Report, click here