We’re back for Season 4 – we’ve officially outlasted ‘Veronica Mars.’ All the favourites are back, including #LitOrQuit, Sponsor Shout-Outs & the Library. Our guest is Rev Robin Yang, the young adults coordinator for UCA Vic/Tas. We hear his call, his hopes & his advice about some alarming aspects of Korean pop culture.
Let us know what you’re hoping to hear this season, and don’t forget to enter our new library guessing competition.
For more information about parts of this week’s episode, check out Rachel Held Evans‘ website, and check out Kim’s Convenience on Netflix.
Your HotTake hosts are back to review the second episode of SBS’s Christians Like Us. This episode packs in a lot of controversial conversations around a few church visits. Hear what Molk & Bradon reckon.
Despite being on holidays in Thailand, the WXPC team deliver another episode, chatting with Rev Tiffany Sparks. Rev Tiffany shares her experience on SBS’s ‘Christians Like Us’ and we hear about A Progressive Christian Voice Australia.
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.
We’d love to know what you think – email in to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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!