Songs of Hope tomorrow Sunday 1 March will have an “India” theme. This follows Rod’s holiday in India recently. The hymns will be hymns from India, and the story at 8:45am will be about Charles Grant, the British Christian who had such a revolutionary effect on India.
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Here are some of our Songs of Hope team: Hugh Elphinstone (prayers), Chris Whiting (DJ), Vic Campbell (Christian News Bulletin), Rodney Carr (DJ), Bruce Sandilands (DJ) and Doug Brown (panel).
On this site you will find story, prayer, hymn, sermon and song podcasts from a Christian radio program “Songs of Hope”. This program is broadcast each Sunday on radio station Southern FM 88.3 in Melbourne, Australia. Linger, listen, like. These recordings will encourage Christians and can assist with the Christian spiritual life. This material can be used for your own prayers and worship of God.
“Songs of Hope” radio program is brought to you by the churches of the Kingston, Bayside and Glen Eira suburbs in Melbourne. Doug, Bruce and Chris do the 7am to 8am time slot. Presenter Rodney Carr goes to air 8am to 9am each Sunday Melbourne time (6pm to 7pm Saturday New York time, 10pm to 11pm Saturday London time). The FM radio station can be heard live via the widget in the right sidebar of the Southern FM website.
The “life stories” are Christians who have made a difference. In this segment the lives of individual Christians who have made a positive difference to their communities and the world are recounted.
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The “Words for Life” recordings are sermons from churches in our local area, or interviews, or talks from Christian speakers. Duration varies from 5 minutes to 25 minutes and is usually shown.
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Listen to Songs of Hope tomorrow at 7:30am to hear Rev Kevin Pedersen continue his series on the subject of work. Is what you do at work, who you are? Talk time is 22 minutes. Segment is called “Words for Life”.
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