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Thinking Aloud 9 – Carmelina Read

We had a great time this month interviewing Carmelina Read, one of the driving forces of eQuip women. Her husband Jeff is senior minister at Chatswood Presbyterian where Carmelina also serves, particularly looking after women. We chatted to her about conversion from an Italian Roman Catholic family, the story at Chatswood and her thoughts on complentarianism. http://media.blubrry.com/thinkingaloud/p/tog-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/audio/ThinkingAloud/ThinkingAloud-Episode_009-May_2016.mp3Podcast: […]

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Thinking Aloud 8 – Sydney EU and Christophanies

Another really engaging month on the ToGCast as Kamal, Brett and I first get to grips with the challenge to the Sydney Uni Evangelical Union by the University Union and then move on to talk about Christophanies (appearances of Christ) in the Old Testament. Let me know what you think! Oh, and here we are […]

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Thinking Aloud 7 – Unity in the Church and Refugees

The Thinking Aloud team get together again as we talk about unity; why the Anglican Communion is struggling to get it and what the principles of unity should be for the Reformed. After that, we have a briefer chat about the current questions in Australian society about how we treat asylum seekers. Enjoy! http://media.blubrry.com/thinkingaloud/p/tog-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/audio/ThinkingAloud/ThinkingAloud-Episode_007-Mar_2016.mp3Podcast: Play in […]

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Iron Sharpens Iron interview on Anglicanism past, present and future

On Monday 18 January I had the great joy of spending 2 hours on the radio with Chris Arnzen of Iron Sharpens Iron, a reformed podcast. We spoke about all things Anglican and what it means to be a reformed Christian in that denomination. A long interview, but I trust worth it. http://davidould.net/media/ISI18Jan16.mp3Podcast: Play in new […]

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Interview on 2CH 1170 about #Primates2016

On the evening of Sunday 17 January 2016 I gave a brief interview to Dominic Steele on 2CH here in Sydney about the recent Primates gathering.   http://davidould.net/media/2CH17Jan16Primates.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

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Interview with Kanishka Raffel – CMS Summer School 2016

At last week’s CMS Summer School (NSW) I was fortunate enough to sit down with Kanishka Raffel, the newly appointed Dean of St Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney. Here Kanishka shares about ministry in Australian cities, his own story of a cross-cultural conversion and some general get-to-know-you stuff! Thanks Kanishka! You might also be interested in […]

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Thinking Aloud #5 – Radicalisation and Reformation

Yup, it’s the latest podcast featuring your favourite Reformed guys (or at least three of them that you might know). We chat about radicalisation, banning prayer groups, the Reformed heritage of our denominations and how we became reformed. Enjoy…   http://media.blubrry.com/thinkingaloud/p/tog-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/audio/ThinkingAloud/ThinkingAloud-Episode_005-Oct_2015.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

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Focus on the Family Australia – Domestic Violence and the Church

Back in July I recorded an interview with Focus on the Family Australia radio on the topic of domestic violence and the church. The interview looked at the work of our charity Break the Cycle, Glenquarie and also included Zoe Broomhead of the Croydon Hills Counselling Centre. The programme will go up live later in August. http://srp.alldigital.net/B5B1FC01/45479446/audio/20453970_196kbs__FOFA122BROOMHEADZoeOULDDdDomesticViolencePart2.mp3Podcast: […]

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ToGCast 3: Planned Parenthood, Abortion and the Gospel Coalition Australia

The latest Thinking Aloud is out. Enjoy as Kamal, Brett and myself offer our thoughts. Aloud. http://media.blubrry.com/thinkingaloud/p/tog-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/audio/ThinkingAloud/ThinkingAloud-Episode_003-July_2015.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

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Anglican Future Conference – Interview with Ashley Null

This afternoon I sat down with Ashley Null, who is giving the keynote addresses here at the Anglican Future Conference. Ashley and I talked about his current research and Cranmer’s theology as understood in the homilies. It’s 40 great minutes. I loved this conversation, I hope you will too as you learn along with me […]

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Anglican Future Conference – Interview with Archbishop Eliud Wabukala of Kenya

This morning I sat down with Archbishop Elidu Wabukala; Primate of Kenya and Chair of the GAFCON Primates’ Council. We talked about his role, his Christian upbringing, the GAFCON movement and issues around the Anglican Communion. Archbishop Eliud has a very soft voice! I’ve tried to boost the audio for you 🙂 The background of […]

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Interview with Rev Peter Sholl

Peter and Sarah Sholl are missionaries with CMS in Mexico where Peter is the Director of MOCLAM. He sat down with me at CMS NSW Summer School and discussed his formation in ministry, the decision to be a missionary and life on mission. A great half hour, well worth listening to. Here are the links we […]

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Interview with Rev Dr John Yates

The Rev Dr John W. Yates III, senior pastor at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Raleigh, N.C., is this year’s main speaker at the CMS NSW Summer School. John was good enough to sit down with me and talk about ministry, the evangelical church in Sydney, GAFCON, and plenty more. Enjoy!   http://davidould.net/media/YatesCMS.mp3Podcast: Play in […]

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Interview with Bishop Gary Nelson (NW Australia)

I’m currently at the Church Missionary Society New South Wales Summer School and had a chance to interview Bishop Gary Nelson of NW Australia about ministry in one of the geographically largest dioceses in the world, GAFCON, and the recent diocesan synod motion to recognise ACNA. Later this week I’ll be catching up with Rev Dr […]

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