For 16 years, Rene Michele had been silent about the sexual abuse she had suffered as a child. But when her daughter was born, she realised something had to change.
What do you do when your prayers aren’t answered in the way you want?
Recently several high profile Christians have announced they no longer believe. So, how should we as believers respond to those going through a personal crisis of faith?
Four years after their surprise box office hit War Room, the Kendrick Brothers are back with Overcomer. Stars Alex Kendrick and Shari Rigby told us how God had a hand in making the movie, and prepared them to play their parts.
To kick his drug habit and follow his new addiction to God, Korn guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch had to quit the band he loved.
Could the trials you are currently be going through lead to the very place and plan God has for your life?
With the recent massacre in New Zealand, how do you talk to your children about tragic events without shattering their innocence?
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been married for 18 years like Dave and Ashley Willis, or just 6 months like Rise & Shine’s producer Alex, depression can strike at any point in your relationship.
We’re in Townsville this Thursday (21 Feb) to support Samaritan’s Purse who are on the frontline helping locals recover from the trauma of the recent floods.
Be listening to Robbo and Becci on Rise & Shine all this week for your chance to win a copy of the newly released movie ‘Indivisible’ on DVD.
Touring for the first time in Australia was a nervous undertaking for Luke and Joel as they were not sure how they would be received. Watch the video of their backstage interview with Robbo and Becci.
Just when you thought kids parties couldn’t get any bigger, a new idea comes out of nowhere and it might just make sense.
Just the right mix of great music, fun stuff and inspiration at breakfast!
Each weekday morning we fire up the studio with a whole lot of fun, some really interesting guests, useful 'real life' Biblical insight... plus positive music to get your day going in the right direction!
Robbo has worked for Vision Christian Media since Oct 2001 and for more than 10 of those years has been hosting Vision Radio's breakfast show. It's had a variety of names over the years (eg The Morning Stretch, The Journey, Rise & Shine) and a couple of different co-hosts, but through it all, Robbo just sticks around and doesn't look a day older than when he started! 😉
Whether behind the microphone or at a picnic in the park, Robbo enjoys connecting with people - and if you're a Nth QLD Cowboys fan, you're sure to become a lifelong friend! He's active in his local church, enjoys the occasional run and has an interest in politics. Robbo is the husband of one wife and father of two growing boys, all of whom enjoy camping and bike riding together.
Becci is truly international... she was born in the UK, raised in New Zealand, and has also lived in Canada and now here in Australia. A Pinterest-mum she is not, but Becci is always willing to give things a crack, and is not too embarrassed by the occasional FAIL. One of her favourite moments was accidentally supergluing googley eyes and pipecleaners to the dining table while making Christmas gifts. Oops.
When she's not hanging out in the studio for Rise and Shine, Becci loves spending time with Elmo her hubby, kids and friends... and having random ideas like "Hey, maybe I should give this triathlon a go?!"
Alex is new to Christian media and to city life! Her favourite activity is motocross riding with her new hubby and is not afraid to fall; which never happens anyway... except for that one time which led to her needing surgery on her knee, but lets not talk about that. On the other end of the spectrum she enjoys art and typical girly things. Alex enjoys keeping active physically and in church-life. She is a Millennial, Net Generationer, tech-savy, instagrammer. However, she has only recently discovered how to use the “shift” key on her keyboard instead of “caps lock”!
Rise & Shine's faithful newsreader, Tracy Weare, has been driving to work in the dark for more years than she cares to remember, to make sure you are kept informed on what's going on in the world. When she's not working hard in the newsroom, Tracy enjoys spending time with her adoring hubby Mark, and their grown-up daughters.