Local girl, Bethany Doble joined Ceal this morning on the Brekky Boost – if you missed it you can have a listen here and be inspired!
99.9 LiveFM invite you to attend a special pre-screening of The Least of These: The Graham Staines Story on Monday, 13th May at Event Cinemas Townsville City.
This is a special opportunity to gather with members of the Staines family including Gladys to celebrate and honour their legacy through watching this film together.
Following the screening, this unique event will include a short Interview with Victor Abraham (Producer).
Don’t miss this special pre-screening, where you will have an opportunity to gather with friends and family to see this film based on a true story, before it’s general release to the public (16th May). Check out the trailer below and get your FREE tickets here!
As the social fabric of life in rural India disintegrates in the late 1990s, journalist Manav Banerjee (Sharman Joshi) moves with his pregnant wife to the town of Orissa in hope of a better life and the promise of a lucrative career. When speculation mounts that local Australian missionary Graham Staines (Stephen Baldwin) is illegally proselytizing leprosy patients, Manav agrees to investigate undercover for the newspaper.
What he finds is a series of revelations that are difficult to fathom and even harder to explain, and Manav is forced to make a choice between his own ambition and the truth. In the end, his actions spark a tragic event that is felt around the world.
Based on a true story and shot on location in India, THE LEAST OF THESE beautifully illustrates the power of love, hope and forgiveness to overcome hate. Aneesh Daniel directs the film, featuring Stephen Baldwin, Shari Rigby, and Bollywood star Sharman Joshi with an original soundtrack including award-winning musical artists such as Michael W. Smith, Nicole C Mullen and Toby Mac.
It was such a privilege to catch up with Alan Brooks and Steven Maldoff from Baptist International Mission and hear all about the BIMI Bible distribution project in Papua New Guinea. Bibles for 2.1 million young people across the nation. WOW!
Help them reach their goals for Phase 2 & 3!
Head to BIMI’s website or email Steven directly at SEADirector@bimi.org to get more information and give your support!
When you think of the Middle East and the conflict that is there, it is probably the last place you would ever think to take your family. But that wasn’t the case for Anna and her husband Dalton, they picked up with entire family including their 4 kids and made the move to the Middle East. There they work with FAI (Frontier Alliance International) who focus on crisis response, humanitarian aid, and international advocacy.
Anna shares about the life her and her family lead in a worn torn area. From the daily routine of raising 4 boys, to running to the front lines to help injured neighbours. It’s a very confronting place to raise a family, but even in the midst of war Anna and Dalton know there is so much that God wants to do.
Have a listen to our interview with Anna Lifsey.
In the interview, Anna shares about the heroics of her friend David Eubank. The footage below is of David and the horrific and confronting conditions of rescuing the little girl.
This American aid worker saved a little girl in Iraq as she was surrounded by a hail of bullets. She’s alive today because he was there.
Posted by CNN on Sunday, June 18, 2017