‘Loving’ the Review

‘Loving’ the Review

We sent Ellyse Brooks to review the film 'Loving', based on the true story set in the 1960's in Virginia, USA. Journey with this interracial couple as they marry and are forced out of their County and State as a result. Watch the couple seek justice and take their...

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Hanging out with Colin Buchanan

Hanging out with Colin Buchanan

He's one of Australia’s most prolific and versatile entertainers, the owner of 9 Golden Guitars and Aria Awards. He’s been a radio presenter, was part of the heart of the ABC’s much loved ‘Play School’ and is a successful book author. Rhema FM's very own Shayne...

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You’re Never Too Old Or Young

You’re Never Too Old Or Young

  Every day is a new opportunity to do something bigger and greater for God. Our days are numbered, but we shouldn’t be limited by age. Throughout the ages God has used the young AND old to carry out his will. Let’s take a look at some of the most well-known in...

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KONG: Skull Island Review

KONG: Skull Island Review

We sent Aaron Brown to watch KONG: Skull Island! This film is the newest Reboot of the King Kong movies, where a group of people find themselves on what seems to be an uninhabited island, shortly after the Vietnam War.   Family Friendly Filter: Typical...

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5 Christian women who were #BoldForChange

5 Christian women who were #BoldForChange

This year for ‘International Women’s Day’, we are celebrating women who are and have been Bold for Change! Yay for the 8th of March! It’s no secret that throughout the ages women have faced oppression as a result of their gender. In the...

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Logan Review

Logan Review

Aaron Brown reviews 'Logan' the last of the Marvell instalments in the Wolverine series, featuring Hugh Jackman. The Reviewer does not believe that this film is appropriate for Rhema FM listeners. Family Friendly Filter: This movie is Rated MA15+ and is not suitable...

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When you’ve been married twice…

When you’ve been married twice…

One of the challenges we face as Christians is how to learn from our mistakes. Now in saying this let me firstly mention my first wife passed away from cancer, and I am blessed to have met a beautiful woman to whom I am now married, hence the lessons from being...

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Silence Review

Silence Review

Aaron Brown reviews the film 'Silence', directed by Martin Scorsese. This movie is about two Portugese Priests who go to Japan to see their mentor in the 1700's, after it is rumoured that he has rejected Christianity. At the time, Christians are being persecuted and...

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Songs you’ll play on repeat!

Songs you’ll play on repeat!

If the following Artists haven’t been on your playlist radar this Summer – you’ve been missing out on some of the latest trending tunes that have been taking the Christian music industry by storm! We can’t help but dance when we hear them on...

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Hidden Figures Review

Hidden Figures Review

Ellyse Brooks reviews 'Hidden Figures', a film based on the true events of the NASA Space Program set in the 1960's. This film primarily uncovers the true untold story of three African- American women heavily involved behind the scenes in historical space events....

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