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Best Focus On The Family Australia podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Focus On The Family Australia podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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InFocus advances the latest news stories and puts them into perspective. Join host Melissa Ridgen as she puts the news viewers want to see “in focus”, providing in-depth analysis to give the ‘story behind the story’. Informational and educational, InFocus provides a detailed examination of the issues affecting our communities.
 
Created for expectant parents, new mums, new grandparents and for anyone wanting to know more about becoming a parent. Cath Curtin shares over four decades of experience, guiding you through the highs and lows of being pregnant, giving birth and the complexities of parenting. We tend to focus so much on labour and birth and think breastfeeding and parenting will be easy and come naturally. Birth, Baby & Beyond is a realistic yet gentle conversation aimed to inform and prepare you about the t ...
 
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Pies and The Producer in the studio for a last short sharp episode before the footy seasons kick off in a few weeks. Swainy is on the line to catch up with all the Rugby news. The Brumbies are on a roll after a big win in New Zealand. We discuss Swainy's efforts on the Fox Rugby Podcast and try to predict the fate of the Sunwolves season. How SANZA…
 
APTN InFocus discussed the arrests, the media coverage, the racism, government reaction, and the broader issues in the Wet’suwet’en conflict. We were joined by Molly Wickham, the spokesperson for Gidimt’en Access Point; Ellis Ross, the Liberal MLA for Skeena in B.C. and a former Chief Councillor of the Haisla Nation; Dan David, a Mohawk journalist …
 
Your home can help transform lives! We’ll hear from Dr. Rosaria Champagne Butterfield about “radically ordinary hospitality” — where you open up your home and your life to neighbours, friends and strangers, and intentionally share your faith. This simple act of obedience will lead people to Jesus! Book by guest: The gospel comes with a house key.…
 
Your home can help transform lives! We’ll hear from Dr. Rosaria Champagne Butterfield about “radically ordinary hospitality” — where you open up your home and your life to neighbours, friends and strangers, and intentionally share your faith. This simple act of obedience will lead people to Jesus! Book by guest: The gospel comes with a house key.…
 
Whether caused by marriage breakdown, abandonment, or even by deliberate single parenting, more and more children are growing up without fathers. How do we address this issue as followers of Christ and what can boys do to grow into healthy men, husbands and fathers when they have lacked a healthy role model themselves? Kim Hammond is a pastor in th…
 
It’s a news story that’s fit for a Hollywood screenplay. A local news reporter infiltrates a hate group, finds at least one of the recruiters is a military reservist and shortly after he blows the lid off the story. Then the reservist vanishes only to surface five months later south of the border, caught up in an FBI sting involving a terrorist cel…
 
Pies and The Producer are back with a late recap of Super Bowl LIV. The Chiefs were too potent for the 49ers to handle. The Summer of cricket wrapped up this week with David Warner winning the AB Medal. There's been debate and outrage over Warner's victory. But perhaps it was just a really good year for Australian cricket. Super Rugby and the World…
 
The question of who is eligible to be registered in a band – and who makes that decision is the focus of a short APTN News Perspectives series. Correspondent Tamara Pimentel spoke to families who have children that are not included on a band’s roll for one reason or another. There are other families who are having trouble registering their child wi…
 
A strong family tree displays solid branches reaching through the generations, but what do you do when those branches are broken by dysfunction? Elizabeth Oates discusses her childhood, including a family riddled by divorce, neglect, and addiction, and offers encouragement for becoming the spouse and/or parent God wants you to be. Book by guest: Me…
 
Your daughter’s boyfriend has asked you for her hand in marriage. What do you do? Dr. Greg Smalley shares the questions he asked his son-in-law in order to make sure he was ready to wed. From communication styles, to handling conflict, to finances, Greg will give you a lot to consider before you offer your blessing. Book by guest: Ready to Wed.…
 
Your heart beats faster...your hands get clammy...and you can’t stop smiling. Do you remember what it felt like, when you first fell in love with your spouse? Rhonda Stoppe tells the story of how she met and married her husband. She explains how you can embrace and appreciate the unique love story God is writing in your life! Book by guest: Real-Li…
 
After more than a decade of waiting after the residential school survivors were compensated for being forced into compensation, many Indian day school survivors can now apply for compensation. But Ottawa has deemed only half – about 700 schools – are eligible. The other half – some 680 schools, sanatoriums and other facilities – they said, weren’t …
 
Having a baby is a time of great excitement and joy. But sometimes things go wrong, and what should be an exciting time turns into a devastating experience. Adriel Booker shares her experience with pregnancy loss and offers words of encouragement, hope, and healing to families walking this path of grief. Book by guest: Grace like Scarlett…
 
Happy New Year! Even though January is almost over, holidays, sickness and apathy have meant this is our first show back for 2020. Welcome back to our long time listeners and if you're new to our audience we hope you enjoy the show. After holiday pleasantries we're back into it with a recap of how much Australia pumped New Zealand in the Test Serie…
 
During the past month, there has been a volley of shots fired back and forth between the Metis National Council and the presidents of the Metis Nation of Ontario, Metis Nation of Alberta, and Metis Nation-Saskatchewan. Also: The “historic new highs” of Indigenous people incarcerated in Canada’s prison system comes as no surprise to Indigenous peopl…
 
* Note: Program is not appropriate for younger listeners.* Pornography is a deadly trap that will undermine your marriage, threaten your family and destroy your faith. But, you can find freedom. A pastor and his wife, Nick and Michelle Stumbo, reveal how God rescued their marriage and healed their lives. Book by guests: Setting Us Free…
 
*Note: Program is not appropriate for younger listeners.* Imagine growing up in a loving, Christian family and giving your life to ministry. But, you also struggle with pornography. A pastor and his wife, Nick and Michelle Stumbo, share their painful cycle of confession, forgiveness, and relapse, and how porn put their marriage and ministry at risk…
 
One in five adults suffers from mental illness. Dr. Matthew Stanford will explain that treatment for mental health issues requires a holistic approach— addressing physical, spiritual, emotional and relational needs. Listen for a compassionate discussion on this topic, as we offer hope and healing. Book by guest: Grace for the afflicted…
 
Families come in all shapes and sizes – nuclear, single parent, blended, large and small. Marriage and Family is God’s idea, and we know the foundation of a healthy society are healthy relationships and families. But why is it so difficult, what is the impact when things don’t go to plan and how can we get back on track? To answer these questions a…
 
When Jamie Coyle was 5 years old, he asked his father if he could mow the lawn with him. Unfortunately, a tragic accident occurred – leaving his hand permanently disfigured. Now, over 30 years later, we have asked father and son, Robert and Jamie Coyle, to reflect on how that “valley of life” experience impacted their lives and how their faith has …
 
In this episode of APTN InFocus: An Indigenous fire management expert is teaching traditional forest management practices to hopefully prevent a disaster like the Australia from happening here. And Dakota Elder and Sundance Chief Wanbdi Wakita talks about the warnings this world has ignored, but what we can do now to learn from the fires devastatin…
 
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