60 episodes

Welcome to The Inspiration Project, a podcast designed to inspire the next generation of young people through the real world stories of well-known Christians. People who have extraordinary stories of faith, life, tragedy and triumph. People that God has used to achieve great things. We want to inspire the next generation to see that by trusting God, they will achieve His purpose in their life and that through Him, all things are possible. The podcast is hosted by ACC Principal, Mr Brendan Corr, and behind the scenes, ACC Graduate, Jarred Fantom, organises the guests and edits the episodes.
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Welcome to The Inspiration Project, a podcast designed to inspire the next generation of young people through the real world stories of well-known Christians. People who have extraordinary stories of faith, life, tragedy and triumph. People that God has used to achieve great things. We want to inspire the next generation to see that by trusting God, they will achieve His purpose in their life and that through Him, all things are possible. The podcast is hosted by ACC Principal, Mr Brendan Corr, and behind the scenes, ACC Graduate, Jarred Fantom, organises the guests and edits the episodes.
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    Riley Clemmons

    Riley Clemmons

    On this episode of The Inspiration Project, Brendan Corr talks to music artist Riley Clemmons about becoming famous at a young age. They discuss what it’s like to grow up in a talented musical Christian family, becoming a Christian and choosing to serve God through music. Riley considers how to handle fame with humility and grace, how to find your purpose in life and when Riley knew that music was her life’s calling. Riley also discusses why going through hard times will lead you to where you need to be and how Riley’s parents felt about her going through the hardships of the Christian music industry.
    Episode Summary
    What it’s like growing up in a talented musical Christian familyBecoming a Christian at a young ageWhy Riley chose to serve God with her musicHow to handle fame and rejection with humility and graceHow to find your purpose in lifeWhen Riley knew that music was her life’s callingWhy going through hard times will lead you to where you need to beHow Riley’s parents felt about her going through the hardships of the Christian music industry
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    • 25 min
    Mark Varughese

    Mark Varughese

    On this episode of The Inspiration Project, Brendan Corr talks to Pastor Mark Varughese the founder and senior leader of Kingdomcity about the humble origins of Kingdomcity, why Mark left Australia to start a church in Malaysia, Mark’s “burning bush” experience, how can someone have a deep understanding of faith, how Mark became a Christian, walking away from a law career to pursue a life dedicated to Jesus, having a crisis of identity and what that taught Mark about Jesus, we are all ordinary but have an extraordinary God, understanding the phrase, “God willing” and what that means and how Mark’s years as a lawyer prepared him for life as a pastor. 
    Episode Summary
    Why Mark left Australia to start a church in Malaysia Mark’s “burning bush” experience How someone is able to have a deep understanding of faith How Mark became a Christian Walking away from a law career to pursue a life dedicated to JesusHaving a Crisis of identity and what that taught Mark about Jesus The meaning of we are all ordinary people but we serve an extraordinary God Understanding the phrase, “God willing” How Mark’s years as a lawyer prepared him for life as a pastor
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    • 56 min
    Derrick Kinney

    Derrick Kinney

    On this episode of The Inspiration Project, Brendan Corr talks to best-selling author Derrick Kinney about the importance of money, how to manage money well, how Christians should view money, how to help young people manage their money well, how Derrick has been able to make money easy to understand, how Derrick became a Christian, why he’s interested in finance and why he wants to help people get more money, why money isn’t bad but in fact good, why some Christians believe money is evil, and Simple Teen Success. 
    Episode Summary
    How Christians should view money How to manage money well How Derrick became a ChristianThe importance of money How to help young people manage their money well How Derrick has been able to make money easy to understand Why Derrick became interested in finance and why he wants to help people get more money Why money isn’t bad but good and why you need more of it Why some Christians believe money is evil Simple Teen Success - Setting up your child for a bright financial future

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    • 52 min
    Martyn Iles

    Martyn Iles

    On this episode of The Inspiration Project, Brendan Corr talks to Australian Lawyer, commentator, Preacher and former head of the Australian Christian Lobby now CEO of Answers in Genesis, Martyn Iles about the issues surrounding the Israel Folau comments, dealing with the difficult question of, “Do gay people go to hell?” on ABC Q&A, why he moved to America, his time with The Australian Christian Lobby, how Martyn became a Christian, navigating his calling to serve God early in life, why he chose to become a lawyer, why Martyn decided to start preaching the Gospel on social media, how Christians should deal with the new anti-Christian propaganda being pushed today, why we are living through the book of Daniel today and seeking the providence of God today. 
    Episode Summary

    Dealing with the issues surrounding the Israel Folau comments Why Martyn left Australia to move to America and become the CEO of Answers in Genesis How Martyn was able to navigate the difficult question of, “Do gay people go to hell?” on ABC Q&AMartyn’s time with the Australian Christian Lobby How Martyn became a Christian Navigating his calling to serve God early in his life and why he chose to become a LawyerWhy Martyn decided to preach the Gospel on Social Media How Christians should deal with the new anti-Christian propaganda being pushed today Why we are living through the book of Daniel today What seeking the providence of God looks like today
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    • 49 min
    Rumbi Mabambe

    Rumbi Mabambe

    On this episode of The Inspiration Project, Brendan Corr talks to Rumbi Mabambe executive officer of the Chain Reaction Foundation in the Mount Druitt Learning Ground about how Rumbi got involved with Chain Reaction Foundation, What life was like growing up in Zimbabwe to then coming to live in Australia, life as an Immigrant, giving children in disadvantaged homes better opportunities to thrive, helping children feel like they are able to do and be more than they think, how to help children who struggle with their identity and how Rumbi continues to find strength to show up for disadvantaged children in tough situations.
    Episode Summary
    How Rumbi became a Christian How Rumbi got involved with Chain Reaction Foundation in the Mount Druitt Learning Ground Growing up in Zimbabwe and then coming to Australia as an Immigrant Giving children in disadvantaged homes better opportunities to thrive Helping children feel like they are “Able” to do and be more than they think How to help children who struggle with their identity How Rumbi continues to find strength to show up for disadvantaged children in tough communities and households
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    • 46 min
    Dr. Owen Strachan

    Dr. Owen Strachan

    On this episode of The Inspiration Project, Brendan Corr talks to Dr. Owen Strachan about the current war on men. They discuss what led Dr. Strachan into ministry, how he became a Christian, what it means to be a biblical man, why men are under attack in today’s culture, why Toxic masculinity is actually a toxic idea, where and how the war on men began, what it would take to fix this issue in society today, how Dr. Strachan would answer a modern feminist who disagrees there is a war on men, and What does Dr. Strachan mean by the notion of re enchanting the world.
    Episode Summary

    The current war on menWhy men are under attack in today’s cultureWhere and how the war on men beganWhat is means to be a biblical man and why that’s importantWhy toxic masculinity is actually a toxic ideaWhat it would take to fix the war on menHow Dr. Strachan would answer a modern feminist who disagrees there is a war on menWhat does Dr. Strachan mean by the notion of re enchanting the world

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    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

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8 Ratings

8 Ratings

JayFantom91 ,

Much needed knowledge & wisdom

Each guest shares a wealth of knowledge & wisdom that everyone needs to hear!

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Like a fly on the wall

I’m really enjoying listening to these conversations. They’re providing great insight into the minds and lives of some very interesting people.

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Very encouraging!

These are excellent “deep-dive” style interviews that really get to the heart of the guests.

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