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Radio presenter, pastor and Chief Executive of Cross Rhythms, Chris Cole, explains the title for this year's Cross Rhythms SW [01.06.95]John Smith: Final Reflection - Regaining our zest for life
Indifference and apathy are everywhere. Australian evangelist JOHN SMITH reflects on how people have lost the zest for life. [01.04.95]Glenn Kaiser: The Jesus People USA pastor ponders the difficulties of discerning God's will
Senior pastor at Chicago's Jesus People USA and founder member of Rez, GLENN KAISER ponders the difficulties of discerning God's will [01.04.95]John Smith: Final Reflection - Nostalgia for the music of the '60s
In an age of virulent cultural cynicism John Smith reflects on how people are nostalgically turning to '60s anthems of love. [01.02.95]Glenn Kaiser: The Chicago-based pastor looks at "spiritual homelessness"
Senior poster at Chicago's Jesus People USA and founder member of Rez, Glenn Kaiser takes a look at what he calls Spiritual Homelessness. [01.02.95]John Smith: Final Reflection - The Media's coverage of conflict
Australia's incisive Christian commentator John Smith points out how the media give maximum coverage to conflict, particularly when it is rooted in religious ideology. [01.12.94]Glenn Kaiser: The Jesus People USA pastor examines what "success" means
GLENN KAISER is a senior pastor at Chicago's Jesus People USA and founder member of heavy rock band Rez. He kicks off his new, regular series in Cross Rhythms with an examination of Success. [01.12.94]John Smith: When The Rubber Hits The Road - Modern evangelism
Australian evangelist John Smith questions whether many of the methods the Church uses in evangelism work today. [01.08.94]John Smith: When The Rubber Hits The Road - Finding the identity of a nation
Australian evangelist John Smith looks at the malaise of a nation and asks what do you do when a country has lost its soul. [01.04.94]John Smith: When The Rubber Hits The Road - Where are the heroes?
Australian evangelist John Smith asks whether we're willing to be a hero for Jesus. [01.02.94]