Songs of Hope

Life stories of world-shaping Christians from a radio program in Australia

These audio posts are recordings of "Christians who made a difference" broadcast on the radio program "Songs of Hope". Songs of Hope is broadcast each Sunday morning from 7am to 9am on radio station Southern FM 88.3. Southern FM 88.3 is located in the southern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.

Bill Ferguson was like a Martin Luther-King for Austalian aboriginals. He stood up for their rights when they did not even have citizenship in Australia, when part-aboriginal children were taken from their parents by the Australian government.

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Johannes Kepler was the mathematical genius who worked out the structure of our solar system. He was a scientist and Christian. Broadcast on Southern FM on 19Aug18

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Gordon Moyes has made an outstanding contribution to Australia as a pastor and social worker. He headed Sydney's Wesley Mission many years and took it down new courageous paths.

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Francis Collins led the USA team which decoded human DNA, the key to human life. Songs of Hope 5Aug18

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Listen to the life story of Charles Dickens, the greatest English writer of modern times. Broadcast on Songs of Hope on 88.3 FM on 27Jul18

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