Watch InFocus for Christian news as well as these special features: Katherine Spackman with the view from Canberra; That first year of marriage – heaven or hell? And Ross Mackenzie dishes up a curry with a cause.
Watch this week's episode for Christian news from around the world, James Standish's commentary on the Middle East crisis, the facts on Vitamin C with nutritionist Sue Radd, and an interview with Christian radio aficionado Josh Reid. As seen on Hope Channel, Foxtel's Australian Christian Channel and free-to-air on Adelaide's Digital 44. Your comments: email@example.com
Watch this week's episode for Christian news from around the world, health research and tips from Doctor James Wright, and Kent Kingston interviews Doctor Ben Carson, will he be the next US President? Find out what he says.
Weekly newsmagazine program hosted by Kent Kingston and Dannielle Synot. This week, Christian news from around the world, the cancer-fighting powers of the humble radish, and a new organisation taking the battle against human trafficking and slavery right into the courtrooms of developing countries.
Australian newsmagazine TV with a Christian perspective. Perspectives on the exile of Mosul's Christians, the policy kerfuffle over religious instruction in Victoria, and an interview with the head of the Seventh-day Adventist Church for the South Pacific region. Hosted by Kent Kingston and Cybéle Coutet.
Making sense of what some are calling Iraq's genocide of Christians and other minorities. New research busts the myth of red wine and improved heart health. And we meet the director of "Freedom" a movie about slavery and redemption by first-time Aussie director, Peter Cousens.
This week: Religious leaders call for increased military action in Iraq. Should Australia legalise marijuana for medical purposes? Lyle Shelton gives his perspective. And an Adventist pastor shares the gospel story hidden in ancient Chinese characters. Produced by Adventist Media Network.
Watch Christian news on this week’s full-half hour of InFocus, as well as these special features: James Toogood discovers the possibilities of fennel; and we meet Jarrod McKenna, a Christian pastor who’s been arrested for his faith and is ready to do it again.
Can we talk about Islamist terrorism without demonising Muslims? James Standish shares his perspective. Our nutritionist Sue Radd explains how your diet can either promote or prevent cancer. And we meet Naomi Reed – missionary, author, storyteller.
The latest Christian news from around the world. “God’s Not Dead”—what does that concept mean for religious freedom around the world? And Adrian Blenkinsop from Bible Society Australia shares some tips for ministering to teenagers in the 21st century.