Faith FM will be airing a special interview with Australian Attorney-General Michaelia Cash during its breakfast show on Monday morning (November 29).
In the interview, Ms Cash discusses the Religious Discrimination Bill that went before parliament this week with Faith FM breakfast host Pastor Lyle Southwell and Pastor Michael Worker, general secretary and director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia.
“The Attorney-General shared openly about the need to provide protection for people of faith and sharing positively about the need to balance the human right of religious freedom with other human rights,” said Pastor Worker.
“Whilst the bill does not go as far as faith leaders would like, we would support the proposed legislation. It is pleasing to see that the federal government is delivering on their 2019 election promise and including some of the recommendations from the Ruddock review.”
Faith FM content and promotions manager Pastor Robbie Berghan said he is thrilled that Faith FM is seen as a significant voice in Australia for the Christian community.
“The Attorney-General’s office actually reached out to us to do the interview— and I think it’s a testament to the maturity of the station, and every Seventh-day Adventist should be proud of our national network. The fact that even our government leaders are aware of Faith FM and the voice we have in Australia is wonderful. We are so thankful to the Lord!”
The interview will air around 7:15am on Monday during the breakfast show, which broadcasts 7am-9am weekdays. You can listen to the breakfast show on-air, online or on your phone. Visit https://faithfm.com.au/schedule/ to check for your local frequencies and times.