New ‘Everyday Miracles’ Programme coming to Pulse 941
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Great place to start an edition is with Worship:
‘Everyday Miracles’.
Pulse 941 will be running a new radio programme starting in July (following the station’s annual June appeal). 
All churches are invited to participate. 
It’s pretty simple:
I do the recording on behalf of Pulse 941
I get with with folk (one at a time), usually after church, and record a short testimony of their choosing. 
We are looking for anything that speaks of God meeting people, in any sort of way.
There is a time limit of between 60 and 90 seconds per testimony.
People can say their first name or be anonymous.
I do not interview or interrupt.
I have a small high quality recorder.
I put people at ease, and if we mess up, we just laugh and give it another go till we are all happy.
We need a relatively quiet spot.
We have around 100 testimonies so far, just ordinary people with a wonderful range of special personal stories. 
The items are simply testimonies, no preaching.
The stories will be aired individually and randomly throughout the day. 
The recordings are emailed to Aaron Wright, the manager of Pulse 941, plus the leader of the church as soon as they are completed.
Aaron has the right to edit as required for technical purposes and any confidentially issues. 
Please email Aaron Wright or Darryl Stewart to arrange a visit to your church.
From the DIDUNO series:
By the 1950’s, the Royal Flying Doctor Service was acknowledged by former Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies as “perhaps the single greatest contribution to the effective settlement of the far distant country we have witnessed in our time.” Follow link to read moe about The Rev John Flynn.
‘The Shack’ Follow link for sessions

The film will be covered under the Big Studio Movie Licence when it comes to Home Entertainment, but for now, it has been released in theatres.
As many are aware, The Shack, based of the New York Times best selling book by the same name, has had some controversy and questions surrounding it’s subject matter and interpretation of God. Eternity News has interviewed the author of the book, William Paul Young, and discussed a large number of the “hot topics” surrounding his book.
Position Vacant:
Shellharbour Community Church is seeking expressions of interest for the role of Early Childhood Director in new long day care to open early 2018. This role will best suit a creative and driven person who has a vision to positively impact the community through providing Christian based childcare. If this is you we would love to hear from you. For more information follow link
Sunday June 25th ‘Overcoming Addiction’ at Shellharbour Community Church. A great evangelistic opportunity for all.
There will be three testimonies from people who have overcome addiction through a relationship with Jesus, don’t miss these powerful stories of radical salvation, healing and transformation.
Sunday July 2nd, during and following church at New Day Church Figtree 
WelcoMe was created to celebrate diversity, welcoming all people to the Illawarra from all nations, backgrounds, faiths and cultures to share a meal together through a pot luck lunch! During the church service we will have the privilege to interview a Syrian family and later to meet them, as well as other friends from different parts of the world. 
You are invited to come, bring a friend and a meal to share, your smile and your love for people and enjoy an afternoon full of laughter, music, multicultural food and love!
We guarantee fun and free ice creams for the kids! Ok, for adults too.
– New Day Church (formerly Figtree Church of Christ)
Sunday July 23rd, Annual Shoebox Musical Celebration:
Every Friday Morning Prayer Breakfasts 7.00 am. It’s a great time of prayer, fellowship and Godly start to the day. Meets at the offices of Warwick Marsh, Dads4Kids, behind Central Rd shops, through KFC car park Unanderra. 
The middle aged Irishman took a shine to a younger lady and declared “I’d like to take you for my wife”
Said she: “What would your wife want with me?” 
Pray with, and for, other Christian leaders in your area.   
How is your local leaders fellowship going? 
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