Watch this week's InFocus program for Christian news, health tips and an interview with Trevor and Helen Oliver, an Australian couple devoted to helping improve the health of Solomon Islanders. As seen on Hope Channel, Foxtel's Australian Christian Channel, and Digital 44 in Adelaide. Viewer feedback always welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch Record InFocus for a new perspective on the news, commentary on free speech from the Australian Christian Lobby, a medical perspective on vegetarianism and an inspiring interview with Ash Barker, who has spent the last 12 years living with his family in one of Bangkok's toughest slums.
Watch for this week's Christian news as well as these special features: James Standish explains how changes to America’s religious freedom arrangements impact on the rest of the world. It’s not just WHAT you cook – it’s HOW you cook - our nutritionist Sue Radd has the lowdown. And we meet Dr Angela Basnet, who’s helping women in Nepal recover from a debilitating condition.
Controversy over same-sex marriage at this year’s Australian Christian Lobby national conference. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott attends Adventist hospital redevelopment opening. Trafford Fischer discusses the impact on a marriage of having kids. And the daughter of the president of the Marshall Islands says climate change is real and Christians should be concerned.
The implications of Victorian Labor’s proposed school reforms. Getting rid of those annoying corns and calluses. And Christians speak out on behalf of the world’s poor in the lead-up to Brisbane's G20 meetings.
Watch Record InFocus for this week's Christian news, views and interviews. James Standish reflects on Malaysia's religious freedom landscape. Christians take up arms in the middle east. Seeking support for an Aussie legend. The last lullaby, a young fathers heartbreak. The surprising variety and health benefits of sprouts! And the ambitious plan, to shoot 300 episodes for Hope Channel in just one month.
Christian news. Unseemly business--politics and prostitution. Self-esteem: still important for children? Or a flavour-of-the-month that has passed its use-by date? And we meet Lyle Southwell, who’s heading up a quiet revival at the Adventist Discovery Centre. Watch Record InFocus with Kent Kingston and Cybele Coutet.
Church groups are worried about the possible impact of Victorian Labor's planned anti-discrimination legislation. Where did this epidemic of gluten intolerance come from? And some tips on ethical Christmas gifts. What's your view?
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