Thursday October 27, 2016   Last updated 11:57AM

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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 21/10/2016 - Bev Adair-Beets21 Oct 2016 13:24
Hear Part 1 of my interview with Bev Adair-Beets (Ngāpuhi). One of 10 siblings she had an unstable childhood with her mother who was a prostitute and abusive father. At 9yrs, she and her siblings were placed in foster homes.
Te Rongopai 14/10/2016 - Lulia Leilua14 Oct 2016 13:15
Christian Journalist Iulia Leilu has recently been acknowledged by her Pacific Isand and Māori broadcasting peers. She shares about the blessing of recieving awards for her work in both fields.
Te Rongopai 30/09/2016 - Neihana Haumaha30 Sep 2016 15:06
Hear Neihana Haumaha (Tauranga Moana, Te Arawa, Ngāti Raukawa) share his testimony in English. A young South Auckand reo Māori kaiako and former student at Hato Paora College, he talks about encountering Jesus through the example of former InZone Project Founder Terrance Wallace.
Te Rongopai 25/09/2016 Neihana Haumaha25 Sep 2016 08:45
Neihana Haumaha (Tauranga Moana) is a young South Auckand reo Māori kaiako. A former student at Hato Paora College, he talks about encountering Jesus through the example of former InZone Project Founder Terrance Wallace. (Interview in Māori)
Te Rongopai 02/09/2016 - Tony Romero02 Sep 2016 14:42
spoke with Tony Romero, founder of NZ's Victory Outreach Church weeks ago about heading to Sydney to plant a sister church. The American Latino and his wife established the South Auckland based ministry 11 years ago, and shares about their journey and future.
Te Rongopai hosted by Mania Clark - Guest Owen Pomana14 Aug 2016 09:15
Evangelist Owen Pomana (Ngāti Kahungungu) returns to share about his recent ministry amongst Auckland's homeless and a prayer gathering taking place in Te Anau, Te Waipounamu.
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