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.
After checking in with the emails & the diary, we’re joined by four 2nd Gen Tongan leaders for a great conversation about culture, identity & faith – it’s such a rich conversation we had to cut it in half. We were amazed by the generosity & humility of their answers. Malo … and because podcast games are totally #Lit, we played some #TonganTrivia.
Recorded in our regional studio (a 3-star motel), Bradon reflects on how platitudes & ambivalence risk the future of ministry with young people. For more information about our library book ‘Generations Together,’ check out www.lifelongfaith.com
This episode is heaps of fun (59 mins of fun!) Rhanee drops by to play a special Reality TV #LitOrQuit. We also hear about WXPC #UpLate at Surrender Festival coming in March . Our main focus, though, is discussing the #fyreFestival documentary on Netflix – what do we learn about influencers, festivals & much more. Let us know what you think!
Joe is a proud First Nations man who has played in the NRL & won world boxing championships. His personal story is profound, as is his work in Indigenous communities & schools advocating for brain healthy & wellbeing.
We’re so delighted Joe was able to join us for a great conversation on this week’s episode.
After a long summer break, we’re back with a whole new series exploring the relationship between young people & the church. We’re excited to continue exploring the issues & opportunities in youth ministry, as well as continuing to hear from guests who inform our practices.
Episode 1 features a live cross to NYALC as we chat to Dr Deidre Palmer, President of the Uniting Church Assembly. We’ve also done a little housekeeping. Enjoy!