BOOK REVIEW: Raising kids while keeping your family relationships strong isn’t easy. In this incredibly honest collection of stories, the Strong family share real-life learnings of establishing a family culture where everyone wins.
BOOK REVIEW: RADICAL LIVES is a compilation of true-life stories of radical New Zealanders making a radical impact in the world today.
BOOK REVIEW: Inspired by true events, A Skylark Flies is the story of two fictitious individuals from totally different worlds and is a poignant story concerning the power of true forgiveness.
BOOK REVIEW: Interned in a Japanese concentration camp—then finding peace at last… at the bottom of the world. This is the story of Dutch immigrant, Ingrid Cole.
BOOK REVIEW: This book is about the journey of a young 17-year-old, third generation sheep and cattle man who had a passion to serve God and believed God wanted him to dedicate his farming career to ministry.
Harvey Rees-Thomas’s new book captures a century of history and the unlikely survival and success of a Wellington church.
What is more worthy of note perhaps is that the premise of the story, theologically imperfect as it may be, reinforces and parallels my own journey of healing, forgiveness and “severe” mercy.
Drawing on his life experience and time as an MP Gordon Copeland, sets out a passionate vision for New Zealand’s future.
Rubble to Resurrection brings together many previously untold stories of how the Canterbury region’s churches fared after the 2010-2011 eathquakes , and how the ordinary folk in the pews were able to reach out to their suffering neighbours. The book also asks what can be learned from this experience and used to benefit others in future.