Daybreak with Wynand

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Monday 06:00 07:00
Friday 06:00 06:30

Your companion in the search for meaning

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Kick-start your morning with a word from God.

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During Daybreak on Radio Pulpit, we aim to touch people across barriers through God’s Word.

Daybreak represents a new beginning, a fresh start, new grace and inspiration from God’s Word. It’s about a family coming together in the presence of the Creator with an expectant heart and asking for His guidance for the new day that lies ahead. The topics we cover are as wide as God’s mercy’s touching our everyday lives. It ranges from family, work, health, finances and above all, our eternal destination. According to the presenter Wynand Rossouw,

Daybreak is that companion in the search for meaning.

Highlights are a daily occurrence, with listeners sharing their experiences through testimonies and interviews. We also enjoy engaging with our listeners via social media platforms. It is an honour to share the Gospel in all its beauty and facets to all South Africans.

There is a tremendous need in the world to hear the truth, and that is what Daybreak aims to preach every morning. Yet, there are so many hearts still to touch! For Wynand, this is why he will continue preaching the Word.

To get the Gospel in all its beauty and facets into every household and business in South Africa.

Daybreak becomes even more special when we do outside broadcasts and meet listeners face to face. The touching of hearts, the hugs, the coffee, the sharing of the One Great Love our Lord Jesus Christ changed all of our lives. If you’ve missed an episode, then you can listen to it on our dedicated podcast section. You can also find a list of all the Radio Pulpit podcasts on iono.fm.

Kick-start your morning with a word from God by tuning for Daybreak with Wynand on Radio Pulpit.

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