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Mania Clarke

9.00am – 9.30am
Te Rongopai is a weekly half-hour bilingual show that discusses the message of Te Rongopai translated as The Good News or Gospel Message.
Te Rongopai is hosted every Sunday morning by radio broadcaster & news journalist Mania Clarke (Waikato/Hauraki), who talks to a wide range of Māori  about how Te Rongopai has affected the faith of Māori  historically, the faith of Māori  today and its impact on Māori  in the future.

Twitter: @ManiaClarke
Te Rongopai 24/03/2017 - Owen Potaka24 Mar 2017 12:36
Owen Pomana (Ngaati Kahungunu) has returned from a three and a half month mission trip in war torn middle east countries, including Iran, Iraq, Israel, and Egypt. He shares about his ministry amongst those worse affected by war.
Te Rongopai 03/03/2017 - Lou Tyson03 Mar 2017 10:48
Lou Tyson nō Te Āti Haunui-a-Pāpārang is a tv presenter and part-time model. She first came to faith in God during her youth, but Lou share's about her struggle with anorexia through her teenage years..
Te Rongopai 23/02/2017 - Wiremu Niania Part 223 Feb 2017 13:42
Matekite, Wiremu NiaNia (Ngaai Tuhoe) has co-authored the book Taataihono - Stories of Māori Healing and Psychiatry. He shares about some of those stories and the traditional Maaori healing principals he uses. Part 2.
Te Rongopai 23/02/2017 - Terrance Wallace23 Feb 2017 12:00
The founder and former director of InZone Project for boys and girls, Terrance Wallace talks about life after InZone, including plans to set up similar programmes in his hometown of Chicago.
Te Rongopai 10/02/2017 - Wiremu Niania10 Feb 2017 17:51
Wiremu NiaNia (Ngaai Tuhoe) is a follower of Te Atua who is a matekite and cultural therapist, who has counselled hundreds using traditional Māori healing. He co-authored the book Tataihono, however he shares how he came to faith from a troubled youth.
Te Rongopai 01/02/2017 - Ashley Pihema01 Feb 2017 11:30
Ashley Pihema (Ngāti Kahu, Ngāti Whātua) grew up within a Christian home but during her teenage years she walked her own path. Four years ago circumstances bought her back to faith, now she leads a Māori ministry at her hāhi.
Te Rongopai 24/01/2017 - Te Ariki Dewes IV24 Jan 2017 11:54
Te Ariki Dewes (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Maniapoto, Taranaki) is my first manuwhiri for 2017. Seven years ago her newborn child died and months later a car accident left her wheel-chair bound. She shares how God helped her through her tragedy.

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