We sometimes feel that sport is the enemy of the local church; it competes for the attention of the masses and is often the object of our community’s worship. But it doesn’t have to be this... Read more
There is much debate and confusion about euthanasia. Examples of actions which are not euthanasia are often used to argue for law change which is euthanasia. This would be bad law. This shor... Read more
Evangelism does not seem to be widely practised in the church today. Perhaps this is because it’s not well understood. Perhaps poor teaching has left a residue of suspicion or even fear. Thi... Read more
24% of people in NZ live with some form of disability. When you consider this number, there is little doubt that in most churches there are people who either have a disability themselves or... Read more
Kara Martin shares with us about how the Christian faith is not a part-time activity. It is to be lived out 24-7-52. Read more
Many Christians are unfamiliar with the concept of secularism. They have not had the opportunity to consider the threat it poses for our society – for our children, and for future generation... Read more
We're confused about marriage. We want ceremonies with vows “till death parts us”, yet every year half as many divorce as marry. How do you picture “marriage”? Weddings, like Hollywood produ... Read more
Ideologies, “isms”, such as secularism, embrace the same concerns as the Christian gospel. They are concerned about the good life, about the purpose and meaning of being human, of living wel... Read more
Healthy marriages are a foundation for strong families and strong communities. Read more
Objective: To empower people to make disciples from many cultural backgrounds using Biblical concepts of humility, honour and respect that will multiply the Kingdom of God....
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The 2018 Religious History Association (RHAANZ) conference will be held in conjunction with Massey University’s School of Humanities to honour Professor Peter Lineham on the occasion of his 'retirement' from a long career of service at the University....
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More than 500,000 unborn Kiwi lives lost to abortion. Countless women and families wounded Physically, emotionally and spiritually. Every Human Life is precious!
Join pro-life New Zealanders in Wellington for a National March for Life.
Be a voice for the voiceless and let New Zealand know that we love them both!
March For Life
Camp Raglan School holiday camps
January 5-12 or January 12-19 2019
Cost 225.00 per week
+64 9 630 5271
Explore how faith and life connect over seven days in the beautiful Waikato with 100 students, young professionals, and creatives from around Aotearoa, New Zealand. For more information, go to www.venn.org.nz/summer-conference...
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Picture this. A warm summers afternoon, sitting with a bunch of mates at the Music Box (a stage on the back of a truck) sipping on freshly squeezed OJ, listening to Strahan woo you with his silky tones. Imagine lining up with a plate, a knife and a fork, the smell of Argentinian style BBQ wafting past your nose, when a heap of fresh produce is lumped onto your plate, followed up by a nice thick cut of export quality beef. Imagine sitting in the One Arena surrounded by thousands of people, listening to some of the best theologians the...
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