A Grief Observed By A Chinese-Kiwi Christian

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Each family will have different ways of grieving. Within our wider church family, there is much to learn from one another and the different ways grief can be expressed. Shireen Chua describes how her family processed the loss of her grandmother.

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My Brother

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Pain in families can cause rifts that God wants to see healed.

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A Conversation with a Neighbour

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Yesterday a neighbour reminded me of something so simple, and yet so vital to my spirituality. Something so simple I often neglect it, put it to the back of my mind, saying it is for other people. Tim Shallard, he does more important things, he doesn't waste his time like that...

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The Bad Thing

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Some years ago (in what now seems like a previous lifetime and in some ways even something that happened to someone else), a bad thing happened...

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Knowing when to let go and a legend retires

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How do we know if a ministry has become something that needs to be released? This is a journey that Palmerston North Central Baptist Church (PNCBC) and Te Aroha Noa have been on.

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Traffic Lights - Building Trust and Sharing Christ

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Have you ever thought of using a traffic light system to help plan your church events? This is what Bethlehem Baptist Church are using. They explain why.

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Refuge at Work

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The refugee crisis is one which Kiwis have responded to with a desire to help. This can feel overwhelming however. Bex Silver and fiancé Sam Rillstone are on an amazing adventure following God’s heart for refugees. Here Bex shares some of her story and some practical ways we can be involved.

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All Right?

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We recently received this report from the All Right? initiative headed by Canterbury District Health Board and the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. Here, they share some of the things that have helped those recovering in the aftermath of the earthquakes.

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mainly music - The Seeds and Fruits of God's Love

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Where were you in 1990? It was, believe it or not, twenty-five years ago! And it was the year in which a couple of mums from Hillsborough Baptist Church in Auckland took the gift placed in their hands, and planted it to become something more.

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Breakfast at the Coronation Hall ([email protected])

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Barry Kelk used to teach Bible in Schools in the local schools in Dunedin and he wondered why the kids wouldn’t come to Church. Then one day he saw something that changed his church involvement ever since.

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