It Takes A Child

PG / Join CJ, a former sponsor child turned Compassion field worker, as he explores a village in Samar, Philippines that has been impacted by child sponsorship. For many families here, poverty has ripped away their options; but Compassion sponsorship is showing a way out. Children don't have to work to buy food anymore. Families […]

Whose Land?

PG / " Over a century after the Balfour Declaration of November 1917 the argument over the land of Israel – then known as Palestine – rages on. Do the Jewish people have historic and legal rights? (Visited 166 times, 1 visits today)

Steve McQueen: American Icon

PG / Steve McQueen truly is an American Icon. One of America's most endearing and intriguing movie stars, he "is still the King of Cool" according to Esquire Magazine-50 years after the zenith of his career. The strangest thing about him, however, is barely known, despite countless biographies and articles. Steve McQueen was a believer […]

A21 Missing Persons

M In 2007, while walking through the airport in Thessaloniki, Greece, evangelist and motivational speaker Christine Caine passed by a number of handmade posters with pictures of missing girls. Astounded that so many kids were missing, Caine did some research and found out that these children were trafficked. Thinking that trafficking couldn’t possibly exist in […]

Thin Places

PG / Follow the thread of revival history through the ages, from the 5th century to the 1900s in this doco-drama. Travel on an epic journey through Celtic lands to discover a rich heritage of faith! Hear interviews with veterans from the island of Lewis who encountered Christ in the 1949 revival in the Scottish […]

58: The Film

PG / C" 58: The Film is the inspiring true story of the global Church in action. Witness bravery and determined faith in a journey from the slums of Kenya to the streets of New York. Confront the brutality of extreme poverty and meet those who live out the True Fast of Isaiah 58 and […]

In God’s Company

PG Britain's favourite jam and jelly brand Hartley's has been feeding the nation from breakfast to after dinner snack for over 140 years. It all began in 1871 when William Pickles Hartley, a Lancashire green grocer, had a consignment of jam go missing. Instead of letting his customers down he decided to make his own […]

One Ruler – The Power of Persecuted Church

PG In those countries where Christians are persecuted and suppressed Christianity is increasing rapidly. This has happened for example in China and more recently, in the Arabic world. How do persecuted Christians see their life and faith? What is the secret of their success and why the number of Christians tend to rise in the […]

The Vicar of Baghdad

PG Rev Canon Andrew White, also known as The Vicar of Baghdad joins Andrew Urquhart in the Shine TV studio to discuss his Ministry and incredible journey with God. (Visited 36 times, 1 visits today)

Loud, Krazy, Love: Brian Welch

PG Ahead of the movie release Loud, Krazy, Love - 13th June, Josh and Bjorn chat to Brian "Head" Welch about his destructive life as guitarist with the band Korn and his transformation to Christianity. (Visited 153 times, 1 visits today)

The House that God Built

G A group of Invercargil teens head to Fiji to live amongst the local people, experience the culture and undertake a seemingly impossible building project, all in less than 14 days. (Visited 73 times, 1 visits today)

The Disposable Ones

PG Australian rugby league professional Jason Stevens steps a little out of his comfort zone in this Compassion Australia-funded Karbon International production of The Disposable Ones. The documentary is about children; more precisely those in Colombia who are branded the detritus of society in a culture stunted by poverty, frustrated by drug related civil war, […]

Aston Villa and Southhampton

Thank God for Football!, Season 1 Episode 1. G Did you know that nearly a third of the clubs that have played in the English FA Premier League owe their existence to a church? Today very little is known about those pioneering founders. Football historian Peter Lupson sets the record straight as he tells the […]

My Story Gracia Burnham

PG Gracia and her husband had been missionaries with New Tribes Mission (now known as Ethnos NZ) for 17 years when they were taken hostage by the Abu Sayyaf - a terrorist Muslim extremist group in the Philippines (linked with ISIS). They were under their captivity in 2001 for over a year at which time […]

Finding Forever Families

PG Orphans Aid International is a true New Zealand aid success story. It has taken the real needs of children in other countries and actually addressed them - but not in a 'one size fits all' way. (Visited 57 times, 1 visits today)

In God’s Company

G There is no name in the world more instantly recognisable in connection with travel than Thomas Cook. A devout Christian, his great passion was to bring people closer together and nearer to their Creator by making "God's earth with all its fullness and beauty" accessible and affordable to all. (Visited 128 times, 3 visits […]

Flying High – Orville Rogers

G Pilot and world champion runner Orville Rogers trained bomber pilots in World War II, flew the B-36 on secret missions during the Korean Conflict, ferried airplanes to remote Christian missions all over the world, and managed to squeeze in a thirty-one-year career as a pilot with Braniff Airways. As if that wasn't enough, Orville […]

YembiYembi: Unto the Nations

PG This moving 30 minute documentary tells the story of an American family’s journey from a comfortable life in San Diego to groundbreaking missionary work with an isolated tribal group in Papua New Guinea. Follow them as they prepare for this epic adventure and witness how they adjusted to a culture so different from their […]

Beauty From Ashes

PG In this 45 minute special we take a look at how our Christian community has responded in love and support to those affected by the Christchurch attacks. (Visited 127 times, 1 visits today)

A Conversation with Paul Young

PG Wm. Paul Young, author of The Shack is in conversation with Andrew Urquhart in the Shine TV studio. Paul talks of the origins of The Shack, subsequent novels and The Heart of Man movie. (Visited 120 times, 2 visits today)

We Were Enemies

PG Two men. One, angered by the coup against his beloved king, takes up arms and fights for the Red Khmer, a brutal regime that killed millions in Cambodia. His anger grows and grows and leads him to perpetrate horrendous killings. The other, sickened by the horrors of the regime, decides to fight against it. […]

Israel – A Walk in the Word

PG A Walk in the Word takes us on a 10 day journey through the beautiful land of Israel. Jump on board with tour guide and host, Shirley Carpenter who leads us to the places that Jesus grew up, was baptised, taught, chose His disciples and lived. At each location Shirley brings context to the […]

Good News In A Parched Land

PG 57 years after Dr. Billy Graham’s first Gospel Crusade to Australia, Billy’s grandson and evangelist, Will Graham was invited by the combined churches of Alice Springs to speak during a weekend rally. Will travelled half way around the world to share an important message of hope to the Indigenous people of outback Central Australia. […]

The Spirit of Waitangi

G What does it mean to be a resident of New Zealand and how much of our identity is influenced by our background, who we are both culturally and spiritually. Andrew Urquhart investigates in Waitangi. (Visited 80 times, 1 visits today)

ANZAC Day 2019

PG ANZAC day coverage hosted by Andrew Urquhart. Including studio panel discussion and mini documentary commemorating this special day. (Visited 86 times, 1 visits today)

Finding Ratana

Andrew Urquhart talks with historian and author Keith Newman about the legacy of Maori Prophet T W Ratana; the significance of the movement and the importance of his message to the church of Aotearoa. (Visited 148 times, 1 visits today)

Box of Delights

G Each year, Kiwis send gift boxes to places like Papua New Guinea, as part of Operation Christmas Child. Allan Lee follows those boxes to PNG and finds there's so much more to it than a box of toys. (Visited 58 times, 1 visits today)

Unveil The Stigma of Leprosy

M Aaron Ironside travels to India to see the work of the Leprosy Mission in treating not only the disease, but also addressing its stigma in society. (Visited 50 times, 1 visits today)

Shadows of Shoah

PG The Shadows of Shoah Exhibition was launched by New Zealand Prime Minister John Key at a United Nations International Holocaust Remembrance Day event in 2013. Since then this multidisciplinary artistic and educational work has toured nineteen art galleries, museums, and public spaces - from Whangarei, NZ's northernmost city to its southernmost, Invercargill. (Visited 27 […]
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