Pilgrim’s Podcast Episode 3

After a slight technical delay you can now go to the podcast page to download Episode 3 of the Pilgrim’s Podcast.

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Episode 3 is a cracker! We talk with Christian Anderson about what is going on down at the Newtown Mission drop in centre. We talk about Christian’s experience at the centre, how you can get involved and little about what Christians (plural-i.e. not only Christian Anderson) should be doing for the poor…

If you would like to ask Christian a question then shoot him an email @ christian_anderson<at>yahoo<dot>com

If you have any ideas that you would like to see get up on the podcast, email us. Also, let us know what you think of the podcast, we’re keen to make it as helpful as possible.

And remember there are now legitimate prizes on offer so stay tuned and be in touch…

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4 Responses to “Pilgrim’s Podcast Episode 3”

  1. It’s finally up!! …. Giddy up eh.

    PS – I love those possibly related posts! The word “possibly” is flippin’ awesome!

  2. Possibly is fantastic. There needs to be more content about dentistry on the Pilgrim’s Podcast.

  3. Going off the fourth ‘Possibly related post’ you could share some information about cars…

  4. […] I’ve been lucky enough to be involved with some great organizations which have helped me deepen my understanding of these issues as a Christian, and given me opportunities to do something about it. One of those is Newtown Mission, an evangelical Uniting church in the wonderful Sydney inner west suburb of Newtown (where, incidentally, I now also live!). If you’re in Sydney and you want to see what effective, integrated service among the poor and marginalised looks like, visit the drop-in at Newtown Mission! The staff and volunteers there are fantastic at loving whole people. More churches should be like this one. Helping out at the drop-in on Thursday nights is the highlight of my week. I’ve been doing it for three years now and I don’t think I’ll ever get over it. You can hear more about Newtown Mission on the Pilgrim’s Podcast, over at All Things New. […]

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