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Curious Canberra is a new project from ABC News Canberra that invites you to have a say in the stories we cover. Every week, a journalist answers a question posed by you - the audience. Ask us something you've always wondered about the city, its region or its people: abc.net.au/curiouscanberra
 
It's amazing what you can discover in your own back yard. Canberra has an incredible array of world class business and public sector leaders and this is the place you get to meet them. Join global speaker, author, businessman and executive coach, Jonathan Doyle as he introduces to the people shaping the business and government future of the nation and beyond.
 
The Truffle Festival- Canberra Region really is the ultimate experience for food lovers in winter. With more than 250 individual events held across the Canberra region from June through to August highlighting the rare black winter truffle. 2018 will mark the ten-year anniversary of the festival. This podcast is all about the businesses that bring the range of delicious truffle experiences to you. www.trufflefestival.com.au
 
Raidercast is the longest running Canberra Raiders Podcast and is produced by Rick and the team at raiders.net.au - RNA. Since 2010, Raidercast has provided Canberra Raiders fans with a unique perspective of the Green Machine. Featuring all the latest big news surrounding the Raiders, NRL match previews, in-depth analysis, and expert opinion, Raidercast is a must for any Canberra Raiders fan.
 
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Kathryn Hartley | Acts 19:21-20:1 — Just as Paul was led by the Spirit to move on, a riot broke out in Ephesus opposing ‘The Way’ of Jesus. But instead of delaying or doubting, Paul continued on, unhindered in his trust and obedience to God. When challenges come our way, such a response as Paul’s can only be achieved with right perspective: not bas…
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 19:8-20 — Paul’s two years of persistent preaching in Ephesus saw God’s powerful hand at work: miraculous healings, life-changing repentance, and the spread of the Gospel throughout all of Asia Minor. As believers, we should earnestly seek revival of a similar kind, all the while, responding to, relying on, and pointing to our a…
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 18:24-28; 19:1-7 — Having left Corinth, Paul came across some believers in Ephesus who had not even heard of the Holy Spirit. Paul’s response reveals the urgent need for us to not only receive this Holy Spirit, but to be continually filled with Him - relying on His presence and power in every moment of our daily walk.…
 
Adam Ritchard | Acts 18:1-11 — Despite the great opposition his ministry faced in Corinth, Paul remained there for over a year - turning a land of immorality into a land of opportunity for the Gospel. When we find ourselves in ‘a place like Corinth’, we too can find our perspective and endurance through God’s enabling promises.…
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 17:29-31 — At the conclusion of his sermon to the Athenians, Paul challenges his listeners with the reality of the resurrected Messiah, Jesus Christ. For Paul’s audience as for us today, when all is said and done, our response to Jesus is the one thing that really matters.저자 Andrew Baker
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 17:25-28 — Continuing His Areopagus sermon, Paul proclaims to the Athenians a God through whom all mankind finds its ultimate purpose and sustainment. In a modern world increasingly convinced of the meaninglessness of existence, our unending purpose is rooted in the divine provision of the infinite Creator.…
 
Adam Ritchard | Acts 17:22-28 — Against the backdrop of philosophical religiosity and worship of arbitrary gods, Paul makes a startling declaration to the Athenian Areopagus: the sovereign, all-creating God, wants to be found and known by His creation. For us today, this reality is just as life-changing as it was then. Our constant and urgent prior…
 
Andrew Baker | Jeremiah 29:4-11 — In the darkest hour of Israel’s history, God’s prevailing promise and enduring purpose brought unity to an otherwise broken people. When surrounded by fear and division, we can draw this same unifying faith from His promises, spurring us on to passionately proclaim the eternal glorious message of Jesus Christ.…
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 17:16-31 — When faced with prevalent idolatry in Athens, Paul elected not to publicly challenge such ungodly practices. Instead, he was driven to passionately preach the Good News about Jesus. Like Paul, our highest calling on Earth is not to fight against the darkness all around us, but rather to proclaim the light of God’s glo…
 
In this episode, Henry chats with Michael Wilkinson, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Escape Rooms Canberra. Conversations range from Escape Room Canberra's history, future, as well as Psycho Killer- the worldwide card game which the company has produced. Recorded inside Garden Party, Escape Room Canberra's cocktail bar and function space.…
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 17:1-15 — While The Gospel was rejected by many who Jews heard it, those from Berea received Paul and Silas’ teaching with great eagerness and careful consideration. The Bereans’ intentional pursuit of God poses us two challenging questions: ‘How hard are we leaning on God?’, and ‘How well are we listening to Him?’…
 
Adam Ritchard | Acts 16:19-34 — Even in the hopeless depths of a Philippian jail cell, Paul and Silas could be found praying and singing to God. What happens next is no coincidence. As God’s people, we too are called to take up these weapons of prayer and praise, and to look for how He’s working - even in the midst of those ‘midnight moments’.…
 
In this episode, Henry chats with Andy and Millie, two rangers from the Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary. Recorded inside The Woolshed on Mulligans Flat grounds, conversations range from the history and stories of Mulligans Flat to the importance of conserving and preserving nature.저자 Henry Xu
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 16:1-19 — Having been led to Macedonia to preach the Gospel, Paul and Silas soon encountered a demonic spirit who persistently followed their movements. Paul’s response to this opposition impresses our great need to stand firm against harmful spiritual influences around us.저자 Andrew Baker
 
Martyn Ritchard | 1 Corinthians 2:4-5 — Jesus proclaimed The Gospel not only through clever words, but also through a demonstration of God’s power, through the miraculous works of the Holy Spirit. If we are to be truly effective in proclaiming His Kingdom here on Earth, we must be filled and enabled by this same Holy Spirit.…
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 15:36-41 — Before Paul and Barnabas set off for their second missionary journey, a sharp dispute instead caused them to part ways. In Acts, as in our own lives, we see that such human failures are never final, thanks to the redemptive power of God’s abounding grace.저자 Andrew Baker
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 15:1-18 — As the Gospel spread to the Gentiles, so too did issues of doctrine arise amongst the Jews. The early church’s response affirmed Jesus’ atoning sacrifice as the sole means to salvation, and reminds us of our need for this same foundational truth.저자 Andrew Baker
 
Andrew Baker | Acts 14:21-28 — The motive of Paul’s heart as he set out on his missionary journeys was to make not just converts, but disciples of Jesus Christ. Paul was passionate to see each new Christian established, encouraged and planted within their local church community.저자 Andrew Baker
 
Sue has always liked animals more than people. And horses the most of all animals.Her horses helped her get through a particularly tough year when she was working, studying, and living with her husband after they'd separated. If you love horses, this is definitely the episode for you. And if you don't - well, this might just convert you.…
 
Kathryn Hartley | Acts 13:48-14:7 — The reality for us all is life is filled with highs and lows; it is an unavoidable fact. On their first missionary journey, Paul and Barnabas were not filled with joy because there was no opposition, they didn’t continue to preach the gospel because the reception and feedback was consistently positive. Instead th…
 
Adam Ritchard | Acts 12:1-17; 20-24 — ‘About that time’ of breakthrough and growth for the early church came the unexpected death of James, the imprisonment of Peter and King Herod triumphing and bringing opposition. In times of fear and uncertainty, in situations that seem impossible, and when we wrestle with questions and the ‘why’ - we must reme…
 
Kathryn Hartley | Acts 4:34-37; Acts 9:26-30; Acts 11:22-26 — The language of the early church describes the church as family, as members together of God’s household. In the household of God we are all sons and daughters, but as a multigenerational family we also need Mothers and Fathers in the Kingdom - that is, mature people of faith who will int…
 
Adam Ritchard | Acts 9:31-43; 1 Peter 2:9 — The early believers were known as ‘saints’. Whilst today the word saint is uncommon or even misunderstood, for those who are in Christ, ’saints' is our position and identity - those with a holy call, set apart for the Lord and His purposes, and walking in the same manner as Jesus did. Our call and identit…
 
Kathryn Hartley | Acts 9:1-19 — The book of Acts could be viewed as a book full of “suddenly” moments - there are miracles, dramatic moments, thousands and thousands being saved. But the early church was marked by both “suddenlies" and “steadilies". We can all relate to circumstances in our lives where we long to experience a “suddenly” God moment,…
 
Season 02 Episode 01: Show 72 Marky Malphas catches up with Matt Skitz from way to may bands to list for a special portable edition of the show before he hits the stage for the Canberra show of the current tour we chat ablout all the projects over the years, Storys from the road and all the usual banter.…
 
On this week's edition of the Canberra Business Podcast, we hear from executive producer and co-founder of Wildbear Entertainment, Serge Ou. Serge discusses his filter for decision-making as well as where the line lies between personal interests and commercial viability. Additionally, Serge shares his insight into how the media industry is changing…
 
In this week's edition of the Canberra Business Podcast, we hear from co-founder of Bentspoke Brewing Co. in Canberra, Richard Watkins. Richard discusses what brand means to him, and what are the key elements that have driven him throughout his career. Additionally, Richard shares his insight into the beer making process, and how he deals with risk…
 
In this week's episode we hear from co-founder of Canberra based Aspen Medical, Glenn Keys. In this edition of the podcast, Glenn discusses the values that underline Aspen Medical's success and the complementarity of a business partnership. Additionally, Glenn shares how he manages his weaknesses and where he fits humility into his business leaders…
 
In this week's episode we hear from Sanjay Kumar, co-founder of Daana Indian Restaurant in Curtin, Canberra. In this episode of the podcast, Sanjay talks about how perseverance and maintaining the passion for what he does has led to his restaurant's success. Also, Sanjay talks about the necessity of taking risks and in self-belief.…
 
In this week's episode we hear from former managing director of Apple and current CEO of the Canberra-based coaching analytics company, Today's Plan. Ben shares his insights into how he was able to develop a vision and capitalise on opportunity in the tech start-up landscape. In addition to this, Ben shares his approach towards developing business …
 
In this week’s episode I talk with Patrick Quade, partner and co-founder of accountancy and finance business Synergy Group, who explains how Synergy came to be and defines what exactly it is that Synergy does so well. We also learn about the decision making processes at Synergy, as well as how they structure their business, how Pat values his peopl…
 
In this week's episode, we hear from the wonderful Gerard Tiffen, founder of successful Canberra mortgage brokerage company Tiffen & Co. Gerard discusses his passionate commitment to developing client loyalty, caring for his people and the power of hard work. This is a great Canberra business success story about a man who cares about his clients, h…
 
In this week's episode I talk with the amazing Michelle Melbourne who with her husband Phil has built a globally focused tech business taking on some of the biggest names on the planet. Michelle is deeply passionate about people and about how technology can be used to address both challenges in government and business but also the deeply human issu…
 
Louise Curtis is an amazing business woman who has so much to teach all of us on the journey of life and business. She has been either a finalist or winner in various categories of the Telstra Business Awards over numerous years and continues to inspire and lead in the Canberra business space. In this interview Louise shares so many of the experien…
 
In this episode I sit down with one of the worlds most respected wine makers Tim Kirk from Clonakilla Wines outside Canberra. Tim brings an amazing passion and energy to his work and to his desire to express a unique and complex experience of land, weather, knowledge and wine making. The Clonakilla story begins in the darkest days of World War II a…
 
This week I talk with Jason Barry, the owner of Evo Health Club at Hotel Realm in Barton, Canberra. As a small business owner, Jason talks about balancing running his own business and running his life as well as the benefits that come from building your business focused upon the creation of a unique and quality experience for people. He also gives …
 
Adam Ritchard | Acts 8:4-13; 26-40 — The early church was one that was moving forward and taking ground from the enemy. How do we contribute to Christ’s church continuing to do this today? As we look at the life of Philip the evangelist and the way God worked through him powerfully, we see that there is a call for us to be steadfast and faithful to…
 
Adam Ritchard | John 20:1-23 — The resurrection of Jesus from the dead has such significance for us. The heart of Resurrection Sunday, and what it proclaims over our lives, is that there is an unshakeable truth that we can build our lives upon; that sin and death have no hold or power because of the victory that Jesus has accomplished; and that we …
 
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