Itinerant Gospel Musician Nicky Moran Tours All New Zealand Prisons

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Touring New Zealand prisons with encouraging gospel concerts, Nicky Moran completed her first full nationwide prison tour during September and October 2016 with fifty-four concerts. Led by the Lord, and leaving her family and nursing job behind for a month, Nicky went into all the prisons to sing, share her testimony, and call those in prison back to the Lord.

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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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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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