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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 24/06/2018 - Ptr. Tawhiri Littlejohn (part 2)19 Jun 2018 14:30
Kaiwaka Revival Church co-Pastor Tawhiri Littlejohn (Te Uri o Hau) shares how God worked supernaturally to bring people to faith and call to pastoral ministry.
Hui Tahi - 14/06/201814 Jun 2018 13:36
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Te Rongopai 17/06/2018 - Ptr. Tawhiri Littlejohn (Part 1)12 Jun 2018 16:51
Pastor Tawhiri Littlejohn (Te Uri o Hau) is co-pastor of Kaiwaka Revival Church in Northland. He shares about his Ratana roots, childhood visions, musical background and the spiritual encounter with Jesus and the demonic in a night club.
Te Rongopai 10/06/2018 - Jenny Matheson (Part 2)05 Jun 2018 14:49
Jenny Matheson (Ngaati Porou) returns to share about her prophetic ministry. Part 2.
Te Rongopai 03/06/2018 - Jenny Matheson (Part 1)29 May 2018 16:09
Jenny Matheson (Ngaati Porou) is founder of the Ignite Prophetic Ministry based in West Auckland, Hamilton and Palmerston North. In Part 1 she shares her journey of faith that led to her ministry.
Osei and Agnes Owusu Part 2 TRP Show17 May 2018 14:24
Osei Owusu from Ghana and his wife Agnes from Malaysia-Australia share what they have experienced and learnt under the ministry of Māori led Pastors of The Render Gathering church in South Auckland. They also share their future vision for ministry.
Rev Wayne T Kaawa11 May 2018 15:24
Rev Wayne T Kaawa (Tuwharetoa ki Kawerau, Ngaai Tuuhoe, Ngaati Awa) is now the new Maaori Chaplain at Otago University. He's also a second year PhD student at the University, which has bought him full circle in his spiritual journey, having graduated there in 2010.
Te Rongopai 11/05/2018 - Osei and Agnes Owusu Part 111 May 2018 14:48
Osei Owusu from Ghana and his wife Agnes, born in Malaysia, but raised in Australia have under the ministry of Māori led Pastors of The Render Gathering church in South Auckland. They share about their upbringing and how they came to Aotearoa several years ago.
Te Hononga 20/04/201820 Apr 2018 15:31
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Te Rongopai 20/04/2018 - Indranee Reedy20 Apr 2018 14:46
outh African Indian, Indranee Reedy and her husband are co-founders of Whakaora Tangata, based in South Auckland that ministers to hundreds of at-risk families. Indranee shares about their journey to faith and ministry here in Aotearoa.
Te Rongopai 13/04/2018 - Lisa McFarland13 Apr 2018 15:33
Apostle Lisa McFarland who heads Warring Dove International recently returned to Aotearoa to teach and minister among some Māori churches around the North Island. It's her third visit over the last three years to our shores and she shares about this year's trip.
Te Rongopai 06/04/2018 - Percy Poharama06 Apr 2018 11:24
Percy Poharama has a heart for people and is passionate about helping the homeless. He heads a team of volunteers who feed Rotorua’s needy every evening every day of the week.
Te Hononga 05/04/2018 - Mihi Tibble05 Apr 2018 11:42
Te Hononga 05/04/2018 - Mihi Tibble
Hui Tahi 29/03/201829 Mar 2018 14:09
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Te Hononga 29/03/201829 Mar 2018 13:45
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Te Rongopai 28/03/2018 - John Catmur28 Mar 2018 11:19
Mangere Baptist Church Pastor John Catmur has UK roots, but has a huge heart for Māori which was flamed through learning to speak Māori four years ago. He shares about his journey so far and his aspirations for Māori and Aotearoa.

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