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No to Fashion Yes to Jesus

No to Fashion Yes to Jesus

May 17, 2022

Tina Waldrom talks with Elli Kop who said, No to Fashion Yes to Jesus. Elli, an accomplished professional in the fashion world, felt prompted by God, to move in a new direction. After looking intentionally at her own life and clarifying her abilities, she said yes to bringing the good news to communities. Elli shares the process of discovery and what she is doing today at Collective Hope Community Services, in Western Australia.

Now serving the Lord to bring hope, life and love to communities, Elli is surprised by how much of her fashion world experience, is helpful today. She makes the statement, “you can take the girl out of fashion but you can’t take the fashion out of the girl”. The people skills, the administrative capacity and ‘industry’ know-how are all being used, in new ways to help people discover Christ.

In this episode, Elli challenges believers to consider what they are doing, and what the future holds. In her early fifties, Elli considered and embraced the changes that have moved her into the second half of life. She shares the satisfaction of using her gifts to partner with God on mission. She talks about her gifts and abilities to love those in the community that can be overlooked. Her story is about a woman who was honest and brave enough, to evaluate life from a Kingdom perspective and respond accordingly.

 

 

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • Elli’s personal journey from fashion work to community work.
  • What to do to evaluate your contribution to life and courses to take.
  • How a personal mission statement can clarify what God is calling you to.
  • The truth about nothing going to waste in God’s eyes.
  • How Elli made her first step out of fashion and into the future.
  • Stories of Ellen helping others to reconsider their potential.
  • What it takes to make a major shift, mid-way through life.
  • Principles to live a purposeful life in Christ.
  • Why doing the same old same old needs to be challenged?
  • How the Lord uses Elli’s fashion world to help serve the community.
  • And so much more…

Watch a Short Video with Elli Kop and Tina Waldrom

  

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The Gospel and Disability

The Gospel and Disability

May 10, 2022

Tina Waldrom talks with Chris Friend about The Gospel and Disability. Chris is the CEO of Collective Hope Community Services in Perth, Western Australia. Chris never imagined that his life, and the life of the churches he leads, would minister in this direction. Seeking to meet the needs of the local community, the heart of Jesus led him, and his team to spaces of disability. He talks openly about the cost of following Christ into this area and the great joy of seeing restoration in Jesus’ name.

Chris Friend is local pastor who has planted a number of churches. He is also the national leader for IPHC Ministries. In 2014, a group of people from his church, Collective Hope, recognised the issue of homelessness in their area. An initial home was set up to minister to the need, and further homes developed from there.  Mental health disabilities became apparent among those they were ministering to and as a response, Collective Hope Disability Services was set up. Today, there is a host of services that are offered, meeting the community needs. CHDS is now an accredited NDIS provider in Perth, bringing hope and life to many.

In this episode, Chris talks about the way Christians should view disability and the role the church can play. He talks passionately about the ‘proclamation’ of the gospel and the ‘doing’ of the gospel. He sees them both as different sides of the one coin. One cannot exist without the other. Chris discusses the need for people to see and experience Christ, not just hear about Him. His contention is that Aussies need to see how Jesus can be the answer to their problem. People need to see how the good news can help them not merely hear about it.

 

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • How Christians can minister to those with disability.
  • What the Bible says about the gospel and disability.
  • How the Collective Hope Disability Services came about.
  • The story of a local pastor developing an effective community service.
  • The starting point for churches to develop a community service.
  • Stories of people finding Christ as they see Him in the lives of believers.
  • How Isaiah 58 informs discussion on, The Gospel and Disability.
  • Principles for Kingdom transformation in communities.
  • Why a long-term approach to discipleship is necessary with community outreach.
  • What Amos Yong, Henry Nouwen and Tim Keller have to say about the gospel, disability and reaching cities for Christ.
  • And so much more…

Watch a Short Video with Chris Friend and Tina Waldrom

 

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Change is Needed in Mission & Evangelism

Change is Needed in Mission & Evangelism

May 3, 2022

Change is Needed in Mission & Evangelism. Tina Waldrom interviews the National Director of Catalyse Change to discuss this topic. Steve Roggero, also the senior minister of Sydenham Baptist Church, is passionate about the church fulfilling the great commission. Steve’s contention is that the modern, western church has made unknowing, small steps in a direction that has not been healthy. Not optimal for the overall mission of God. He talks about the power of discipleship as a way forward.

 

Steve Roggero was a youth minister for many years, being privileged to see a great number of believers formed into strong disciples of Christ. Trained and equipped for the mission of God. There were certain disciplines and expectations that were a normal part of the believer’s life. The result was people passionate about Jesus and His mission. Following Christ seems to be different now. Steve, who is a respected preacher, teacher, coach and mentor, reflects on why things are different and why Change is Needed in Mission & Evangelism. His wisdom, experience and leadership are helping many church leaders make the necessary changes to see the great commission fulfilled. To see disciples of Christ made.

In this episode, Steve talks about the ingredients that were present when he witnessed the effective ways that people were made into disciples of Christ. He talks about a type of discipleship that naturally articulated into people being about the mission of God. Where did things go wrong? Why did things change? What are the answers to recalibrate? Steve, gives some wise and insightful responses to these questions and more. This is an episode for everyone to engage with, for everyone to wrestle through.

 

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • The potential reasons of why the church is struggling today.
  • What happened in the past to make strong disciples of Christ?
  • Ideas on how to make disciples in 2022 and beyond.
  • What to do practically to help people become strong in mission.
  • The role of Catalyse Change in helping churches make disciples.
  • Ideas on where the church may have gone wrong in evangelism.
  • How materialism and consumerism has affected discipleship.
  • The need for the new believers to understand what Christ expects?
  • How following Christ needs to be an all-in message.
  • And so much more…

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Serving Your Community with No Strings Attached

Serving Your Community with No Strings Attached

April 26, 2022

Tina Waldrom speaks with Charles Crisapulli about Serving Your Community with No Strings Attached. Charles is the senior pastor at Uni Hill Church in Victoria, Australia. He is passionate about the gospel, and feels deeply about local communities experiencing Christ. Charles is a man of integrity, very genuine and extremely down to earth.  These quality characteristics are evident as he champions his church and others, to be about Serving Your Community with No Strings Attached. Serving without the often-wrong agendas.

Charles has been leading UniHill Church for three years.  His wisdom and insights are way beyond his years. He encourages people to love God and to love people. Charles is a wonderful, living example of that. Hope Centre and Hope Tour are two fine initiatives of the church. One is a community service and the other, an offering to local high schools to help encourage teenagers.  Both initiatives demonstrate how a church can be serving their local community with no strings attached. Even through COVID-19, this church managed to innovate so they could continue to serve the local community through tough and challenging times.

In this episode, Charles shares about the importance of serving the local community, without the often-wrong agendas. He talks openly about a wrong focus on results but explains the outcomes he is looking for. He discusses the real need for pastors to see or experience gospel results but redefines what this can look like. He shares stories from the church’s community arm, Hope Centre and also from the programs being run to encourage teenagers in schools, Hope Tour. There are many lessons and insights to be gained in this episode.

 

 

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • Why ministering without strings attached is needed?
  • What an agenda free ministry can look like.
  • Ideas to love and serve people without agendas.
  • What to look for in terms of results in outreach.
  • The need for genuine love to be shown by churches and leaders.
  • Ideas to serve a local community with a pure agenda.
  • How a focus on discipleship can facilitate a no strings approach.
  • The need for correct measures in outreach and evangelism.
  • How UniHill Church is serving with no agendas through Hope Centre
  • Why teachers are embracing Hope Tours to encourage their students.
  • And so much more…

Watch a Short Video with Charles Chrisapulli and Tina Waldrom

 

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Kingdom Communities with Andrew Menzies

Kingdom Communities with Andrew Menzies

April 19, 2022

Tina Waldrom discusses Kingdom Communities with Andrew Menzies. Andrew, who co-authored the book, Kingdom Communities is all about shining the light of Christ through faith, hope and love. He has led a number of churches, currently serving as the senior minister at Mitcham Baptist in Victoria. Andrew is very practical yet highly educated. He served for many years as a Bible College principal, at the same time reaching his world for Christ. Kingdom Communities is a fascinating discussion and a way forward for the western church.

Andrew Menzies completed his doctoral work at Fuller Theological Seminary. His is a great thinker and a wonderful practitioner. In this interview, he discusses the importance for the church to be focused on seeing people initiated into the Kingdom of God, not initiated into the church. He is however, a large supporter of the local church but understands the limitations of ‘church’ focused language when trying to live out the great commission. He unpacks the need, and his ideas for Kingdom language and consequently, what this means for outreach in the western church.

In this episode, Andrew shares the stories of many, including himself, who are seeing the Kingdom of God come to people’s lives in very natural ways. Stories where faith, hope and love are breaking into people’s lives through the simple, yet powerful method of ‘presence’. Stories of lives being transformed with the gospel in ways that everyday believers can be involved with.

 

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • Why a Kingdom approach to evangelism is needed.
  • What Kingdom means in relation to the church.
  • Ideas to see the gospel come to a local community.
  • What to do practically to see Jesus revealed to others.
  • The need for relational communities to heal a broken world.
  • Ideas on where the church may have gone wrong in evangelism.
  • How the presence of believers in secular places facilitates the gospel.
  • The need for the corporate, business focused model of church to change.
  • How Andrew’s church, through Food is Free, are seeing the Kingdom of God come in the community.
  • And so much more…

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Explaining Easter To Our Friends with Dan Paterson - Part Two

Explaining Easter To Our Friends with Dan Paterson - Part Two

April 12, 2022

Tina Waldrom reflects and prays with you, as she speaks with Dan Paterson about Explaining Easter to our Friends. This is part two. In part one, the full interview was released. In today’s show, Tina takes the time to comment on what was said and to pray together with listeners. Dan is the founder of Questioning Christianity. He is an expert at explaining the Christian faith with ease.  Dan discusses the main parts of the Easter story and how these can be discussed with non-believers. He gives some wonderful insights.

Dan Paterson had his own family challenge as a child. This pushed him to ask more questions and dig deeper into Christianity. His quest and passion for the truth, is so very evident in this interview. Dan is a wonderful blend of giving a defence of the Christian faith, and actively experiencing God. His mind is sharp, he understands the Bible well, and encounters God regularly. This charming blend of thought and experience, provides great insights for listeners wanting to explain Easter to their friends.

In this episode, Tina reflects back on what Dan said in part one of this interview. Tina comments on the sections of the interview that particularly spoke to her, and shares honestly with listeners about her own thoughts. There is also a time for prayer as Tina pauses to pray through what has been heard and what may be helpful this Easter.

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • How to share the Easter story.
  • Tina Waldrom’s reflections on Dan’s comments.
  • What Christians believe about Easter, why it is so significant.
  • Ideas from Tina’s perspective to practically implement Dan’s thoughts.
  • What questions to ask, to know where people are at.
  • The things that you can be praying for specifically this Easter.
  • Why the hope of the cross needs to be conveyed well.
  • How the ministry of Questioning Christianity can help you reach people for Christ.
  • The objections people have to the Easter message and how to respond.
  • And so much more…

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Explaining Easter To Our Friends with Dan Paterson - Part One

Explaining Easter To Our Friends with Dan Paterson - Part One

April 5, 2022

Tina Waldrom speaks with Dan Paterson about Explaining Easter to our Friends. This is part one. Easter is a significant time in the Christian calendar, it is an opportune time to share the gospel. Dan is the founder of Questioning Christianity. He is an expert at explaining the Christian faith with ease.  Dan discusses the main parts of the Easter story and how these can be discussed with non-believers. He gives some wonderful insights into sharing the complexities of the death and resurrection of Christ.

Dan Paterson had his own family challenge as a child. This pushed him to ask more questions and dig deeper into Christianity. His quest and passion for the truth, is so very evident in this interview. Dan is a wonderful blend of giving a defence of the Christian faith, and actively experiencing God. His mind is sharp, he understands the Bible well, and encounters God regularly. This charming blend of thought and experience, provides great insights for listeners wanting to explain Easter to their friends.

In this episode, Dan talks about the reason for the death of Christ and the problem of sin. He highlights the need for the penalty that Christ paid, and the hope that is found in His sacrifice and resurrection. Dan talks about how to share the gospel message at Easter with friends.

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • How to share the Easter story.
  • What Christians believe about Easter, why it is so significant.
  • Ideas to start a God conversation this Easter time.
  • What questions to ask, to know where people are at.
  • How the death of Jesus can be explained in easy ways.
  • Why the hope of the cross needs to be conveyed well.
  • How the ministry of Questioning Christianity can help you reach people for Christ.
  • The objections people have to the Easter message and how to respond.
  • And so much more…

Watch a Short Video with Dan Paterson and Tina Waldrom

 

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How To Be A Witness in Politics

How To Be A Witness in Politics

March 29, 2022

Tina Waldrom speaks with Dan Anderson about How To Be A Witness in Politics. Dan is the CEO of The Lachlan Macquarie Institute in Canberra, Australia. Being in, or aspiring to be involved in the political arena can be a challenge for believers. Should Christians be involved with government? What party should Christians align with and how can a believer be a witness in this space? Dan talks openly about the challenges believers will face in this transactional industry. Being a witness for Christ in politics is not as easy as one thinks.

The Lachlan Macquarie Institute, is trying to help Christians to develop the character, the knowledge and the skills needed, to survive in politics. The goal is to be the best place to train in this arena. To help believers be biblically faithful, culturally intelligent, and positively engaged for the common good. Being biblical faithful to the gospel, is at the heart of the institute. Dan in a nutshell, is helping believers to develop the character and the skills to be an effective Christian voice in the political world.

In this episode, Dan talks about the need for Christians across the political spectrum, on the left and the right. He talks about the task that needs to happen before entering into government and politics. He discusses the spiritual challenges and the practical ways in which Christians can remain faithful to Christ and How to be a Witness in Politics.

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • Why it’s so difficult to be a Christian witness in politics.
  • The reasons why Christians are not the best witnesses in politics.
  • How the transactional nature of politics effects believers.
  • What to do if you want to be an effective Christian witness.
  • How LMI can help believers be most effective in politics.
  • Why Christians often compromise in this space.
  • How the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, brings his faith to politics.
  • The reason why some Christian enthusiasts are not the best people for politics.
  • How the church intersects with government and politics.
  • Why politics is not the answer to the world and what is?
  • The place of evangelism in government spaces.
  • And so much more…

 

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A New Era for Church & Evangelism

A New Era for Church & Evangelism

March 22, 2022

Tina Waldrom speaks with Mike Wardrop about A New Era for Church & Evangelism. Mike and his wife Jen, are lead pastors at Encounter Church in Adelaide, South Australia. Mike and Jen also the co-host the podcast, Read the Room.  Mike planted Encounter Church, with a particular methodology in mind. After Covid hit, he knew that a new approach to church and evangelism was needed. Mike talks honestly about the challenges the churches now face. He believes we have entered a New Era for Church & Evangelism.

 

Looking back, the church seems to move through seasons that have a particular emphasis to reach the world for Christ. Mike and Tina talk over the season that was often referred to as the, “Seeker” times.  The emphasis was on making the church message relevant to those who would attend church services, and so much more. That season was superseded in many ways by what was, and still is, referred to as the “Missional” movement or approach. There was, among other things, a focus to take the church outside of the church building and to society. Mike feels that Covid, has now ushered in a new approach. This approach, a discipleship approach is the best way forward for the church post-Covid.

Mike’s contention, along with others at this time in church history, is that the everyday person needs to be discipled well. Discipled in such a way, that believers would easily and naturally reach out and disciple the world around them. In this episode, Mike discusses the seasons we have been through and the reasons why a discipleship approach to church and evangelism is the best way forward. He discusses what this means and how this can be implemented. It’s a fascinating discussion.

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • Why it may be a new era for church & evangelism.
  • A new way to approach church & evangelism post Covid.
  • The need for a discipleship culture to reach a world for Christ.
  • What a discipleship culture is and how it facilitates outreach.
  • How seeker services and a missional approach to church needs to evolve.
  • What caused a shallow level of discipleship and its effects?
  • What a discipling culture is and who Mike Breen is.
  • Why new methods of evangelism are needed in Australia.
  • How to use the Aussie resource, BDC.
  • Practical ideas to bring deeper discipleship to people’s lives.
  • Why the great commission needs well-formed disciples of Christ?
  • And so much more…

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An Unexpected Salvo in Tasmania

An Unexpected Salvo in Tasmania

March 15, 2022

Tina Waldrom speaks with Kim Haworth who is an Unexpected Salvo in Tasmania. Kim is living the most unexpected life as a Divisional Commander, a State Leader with the Salvation Army. She never thought God was knowable. She never thought she would end up, as a captain in the Salvation Army. She is encouraging new initiatives to reach people for Christ. Alongside existing models of outreach, new organic faith expressions are springing up. The OFE network is a part of Kim’s focus to see revival in Tasmania.

After Kim’s initial encounter with Christ, she sensed a call from God to be involved in church work. It took some time for the Lord to convince her. It took some time for Kim to give her all to this. Her story is down to earth and very warm. It shows the extraordinary things the Lord can do, through someone who says ‘yes’ to the His promptings. It demonstrates the power of a surrendered life in the hands of a God who is on mission to reach the world.

 

In this episode, Kim talks about the challenges of handling the unexpected promptings of the Lord. From her experience, she concluded that it’s better to give up and just say yes to Jesus. The joy of following Him on the unexpected journey of faith and outreach, far outweighs the challenges. Kim gives some wonderful spiritual advise and talks about the importance of new methods of outreach in Australia.

In this podcast episode, you will discover…

  • Kim’s story of nominal Christianity to a relationship with Christ.
  • How a wife and mother end up as a State Leader with the Salvation Army.
  • How to respond to God’s challenging promptings.
  • Why fighting God is not the best way to go.
  • How an invitation to church changed Kim’s life.
  • Why new methods of evangelism are needed in Australia.
  • The new OFE Network that is reaching people for Christ.
  • How new methods can sit alongside existing methods of outreach.
  • Where the OFE network sits among the ministries of the Salvation Army in Tasmania.
  • And so much more…

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