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Rod Benson airs 1,000th radio comment

#1000 for broadcast on 2CH Sydney, 23 Nov 2014.

The NSW Council of Churches has enjoyed a long partnership with 2CH, with Council programs featuring prominently on Sunday morning and evening, and the short Christian social commentaries that air on Sunday’s have been running for almost 60 years.

This is the 1,000th commentary I have broadcast on 2CH since I stepped into the role following Margaret Rodgers’ retirement in 2009. It’s been a privilege.

The Council is passionate about advancing a Christian perspective on the big issues of the day, from national security to bioethics to Aboriginal reconciliation, marriage reform, gambling, education, refugees, and a host of other issues.

We want to celebrate the best of the past, examine and thoughtfully critique new ideas, promote the best arguments for addressing changing needs, and do what we can to encourage human flourishing in line with the enduring teaching of the Bible.

Thank you for listening.

I’m Rod Benson for the NSW Council of Churches.

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