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Radio spots put Church at the top

Burdekin Uniting Church minister Rev Paul Clark at Burdekin Radio 97.1 Sweet FM Inc.

THE NORTH Queensland Presbytery has been busy producing a series of 60 second life-coaching radio spots with the theme At the Top.

An initiative to connect local churches with their communities, the Presbytery has recognised the power of local radio.

Community and local radio stations, like Burdekin Radio 97.1 Sweet FM Inc., wanting solid, professional life-coaching content have often only had American voices to rely on.

At the Top applies Jesus’ gospel message to matters including work/life balance, the need for forgiveness, how religion goes bad and how we consider death and will be offered free to community radio stations.

Written by Rev Paul Clark and now retired minister Rev Gordon Burley At the Top consistently encourages abundant life – life at the top.

The series of approximately 50 spots is tagged as “Sixty seconds with your coach”, with the aim of catching the ear of seekers as well as believers.

Written in Mount Isa and Ayr, voiced in Brisbane and Townsville, produced in Pine Rivers, it will reach a range of audiences.

CD kits will be available for congregations to purchase and will include both male and female versions.

“At theTop is a long term effort to remind residents that their local church is a great starting point for all manner of things from friendship to purpose and support,” said Presbytery Minister Bruce Cornish.

“The connection with local radio might enable the church to offer fresh interview talent with a gospel perspective on a wide range of local issues and news stories.”

For more information contact Bruce Cornish here.

Hear an audio sample here.

Photo : Burdekin Uniting Church minister Rev Paul Clark at Burdekin Radio 97.1 Sweet FM Inc.