There's plenty of talk on radio, but with 20Twenty you'll find Life, Culture & Current events from a Biblical perspective.Interviews, stories and insight you definitely won't hear in the mainstream media.
Neil is the host of 20Twenty - Vision Christian Radio's "Life, Culture and Current Events" program heard weekdays. He is an ordained Christian Minister of 25 years. Neil is married with four beautiful daughters, and finds great enjoyment in celebrating family milestones. An armchair sports-fan of State of Origin football in the winter and Cricket in the summer. He's a self confessed 'news junkie', and a reader of 'worldview building' Christian books. Neil is passionate about Christian media, Christian schools, and 'connecting faith to life' through serving God in his role at Vision.
Every day, Neil talks to fascinating guests with great insights and great stories to tell. Read about some of them below.
Kerry Robertson, a 61-year-old mother with terminal cancer, has become Australia’s first person to legally end their life under Victoria’s new euthanasia laws.
CMDR Dan Sutherland, Chair of Military Christian Fellowship of Australia, on helping soldiers not just preparing physically for war, but spiritually.
Nicky Jeffery felt that because she was a Christian, post-natal depression would never happen to her. But that simply wasn’t true. She shared her personal story on 20Twenty and is now offering hope and encouragement to other mums feeling alone.
A very significant event happened 50 years ago this week. Before stepping onto the moon for the very first time, astronaut Buzz Aldrin shared communion.
Berni Dyment shares his perspective on whether Christians are getting too caught up in winning the religous debate, and not focusing on winning souls for Christ.
Author and pastor Matt Madigan believes that to rediscover the joy and power of fasting, we need to replace legalism with grace.
The communist government is now doing all it can to outlaw and persecute the growing Church in China which is expected to double in size by 2030.
When Christian lawyers set up a conference to discuss the rise of anti-Christian sentiment in the West, Facebook proved their point by banning promotion of the event.
The battle to preserve religious freedoms seems to be deepening. This week, Channel Nine’s ‘A Current Affair’ has taken aim at religious education in schools. Could this lead to more backlash towards Christians in the mainstream media?
Respected social futurist Mal Fletcher says privacy is one of the biggest social and ethical issues of our time, and we need to be careful because ‘big brother’ is watching.
It is hard to believe that the practice of witch doctors sacrificing children is still happening in the world today, but this scary and horrific crime is actually on the rise in Uganda.
Will Israel’s case set a precedent for employers to terminate employment of other everyday Australians for publicly expressing their faith?
Dr Kameel Majdali says freedom of speech is one of the hottest topics in the Culture War we’re living in, with each side accusing the other of attempting to silence them.
In Australia and around the world, the way we talk about drugs is changing. Increasingly, we’re debating the benefits of legalising them, and trying to keep users safe from harm. But is this more harmful than helpful?
Doctors advised the couple to abort their ‘less than perfect’ daughter. Thankfully, for Chloe and the thousands she would grow up to inspire, they chose to turn to God and asked everyone they knew to pray.