Open House Interviews with Dwayne Jeffries

Open House Interviews with Dwayne Jeffries

Open House with Dwayne Jeffries explores life, faith and culture from a Christian perspective. Aiming to catalyse spiritual growth and motivate Christian action, each week's show includes compelling interviews, engaging talkback, film and media reviews, and expert opinion on the issues of the day. You'll hear inspiring stories of faith, grapple with the big questions of life, have a laugh, and catch the odd live music performance along the way.

Pastor Nigel – Christians in Iraq

Christians have been forced to flee from their homes in Mosul, Iraq, after Islamic militant group ISIS began targeting the church. Pastor Nigel, CEO of Open Doors Australia, shares reports from the church leaders in Iraq, and encourages us to stand with them in prayer.

Play Now. Size: 4.77mb  |   Duration: 10:26  |   Date: 29/7/2014

Greg Anderson – Learning from the Aboriginal Church

The newly-elected sixth Anglican Bishop of the Northern Territory, Greg Anderson, shares his love for the Northern Territory and Australia's Indigenous people, and how we can learn a lot about our faith and spirituality from Aboriginal culture.

Play Now. Size: 6.89mb  |   Duration: 15:03  |   Date: 28/7/2014

Raechel Bull – The Journey towards Motherhood

From a person who was reluctant to think about having children, to becoming a mother-of-two, Raechel Bull shares her journey towards parenthood including the painful experience of miscarriage, troubled pregnancies, and the ultimate joy of becoming a mother.

Play Now. Size: 5.70mb  |   Duration: 12:27  |   Date: 28/7/2014

Roger and Michele Frisch – Music and Miracles

He’s a Concertmaster and Violinist with the Minnesota Orchestra and she’s the Principal Flute of the Minnesota Opera Orchestra. In this podcast, Roger and Michele Frisch talk about marriage, their love for music and Roger’s miracle surgery that saved his career and changed their lives.

Play Now. Size: 10.65mb  |   Duration: 23:16  |   Date: 25/7/2014

Leisa Aitken – Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem affecting Australians. Psychologist Leisa Aitken explains anxiety, the symptoms and impacts, its different forms, and how we can overcome it.

Play Now. Size: 14.84mb  |   Duration: 32:25  |   Date: 25/7/2014

Gary Barkalow – Discover Your Calling in Life

Founder of Noble Heart Ministries, Gary Barkalow, has dedicated his life to helping people discover their calling. In this podcast, he discusses the difference between a calling and a career, and how both can complement each other.

Play Now. Size: 6.48mb  |   Duration: 14:10  |   Date: 24/7/2014

Dr Brian Miller – Science and Faith

Dr Brian Miller is a brilliant physicist with a gift of sharing his faith through science. He shares his personal discovery of faith, discusses intelligent design and creationism, and says everyone can relate to God through science.

Play Now. Size: 5.32mb  |   Duration: 11:37  |   Date: 22/7/2014

Dr Ben Carson – Gifted Hands

From a fatherless angry underachieving primary school student, to a pioneering neurosurgeon who rewrote medical history countless times, Ben Carson, recounts his childhood and a stellar career in medicine, then shares his vision for the future of America.

Play Now. Size: 13.35mb  |   Duration: 29:09  |   Date: 17/7/2014

Maryam & Marziyeh – Captive in Iran

In Iran, a country where promoting Christianity is a crime punishable by death, Maryam and Marziyeh chose to courageously share their faith. For this, they spent 259 days in Iran's notorious Evin Prison, but God used their time in jail to shine a light into one of the world's darkest places.

Play Now. Size: 11.47mb  |   Duration: 25:04  |   Date: 16/7/2014

Child Protection – Professor Freda Briggs & Melinda Tankard-Reist

Two Australians at the forefront of child protection share their powerful and confronting stories of child advocacy. Professor Freda Briggs AO was among the first in the world to ring the bell on child sexual abuse, and Melinda Tankard-Reist is a leading voice against the sexualisation of children.

Play Now. Size: 11.29mb  |   Duration: 24:40  |   Date: 15/7/2014

NAIDOC Week – Celebrating Aboriginal Faith & Culture

NAIDOC Week is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and the contributions that Indigenous Australians make to our country. We speak with PhD candidate, Tanya Riches, who is connecting with urban Aboriginal communities as part of her research, and we have a special performance from the Mt Druitt Indigenous Choir led by Pastor Dave Armstrong.

Play Now. Size: 10.08mb  |   Duration: 22:01  |   Date: 14/7/2014

Clyde Campbell – Parkinson’s Disease

In 2009, Clyde Campbell was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease at the age of 44. Since then, he’s been hard at work setting up the Shake It Up Australia foundation and connecting with the best doctors and scientists in the world to find a cure for Parkinson’s.

Play Now. Size: 5.79mb  |   Duration: 12:39  |   Date: 14/7/2014
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