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.
As a parent or extended family member, how do you react and offer support if you discover that your child or teenager is self-harming?
Jeanette Harris shares her story as a cautionary tale of why women shouldn’t wait to have the perfect career before deciding to have children.
After battling drug addiction for 26 years, Peter says “a lot of families think they are doing the right thing in the way they are helping their loved one, but in fact they’re doing the wrong thing.”
Jackie Hill Perry, who was a “lesbian with every fibre of my being”, shares her very real story about what it means to be a new being in Christ – while still facing the temptation of same-sex attraction.
The WA government is pushing for euthanasia to be legalised, leading to fears of elder abuse from those who are impatiently waiting for inheritances.
In today’s culture where it’s all about owning your ‘personal truth’, the actual truth of the Bible, God’s spoken Word, stands in stark contrast.
“I think that there is a perception out there that Christians are a bunch of drongos and we run around in big hats like idiots, like me.”
Pope Francis has made a bold move to present global unity between leaders from Christianity, Islam, Judaism and other faiths. And traditional Catholics aren’t happy.
With the Supreme Court upholding Asia Bibi’s acquittal, are the lives of persecuted Christians living in Pakistan now in danger? And what will happen to Asia and her family now that she has been freed?
Every year in Australia more than 70,000 unborn infants are aborted from their mother’s wombs. That number grows to 56 million when you look at abortions worldwide.
DC Comics is causing controversy with their upcoming comic book series ‘Second Coming’ featuring a very unbiblical version of Jesus Christ.