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22nd of October 2017 08:13 AM
Still thinking about joining us at this year's Auckland Prayer Breakfast? Make the most of this offer and save $4 off of each ticket you purchase using the coupon code 'lastchance'.

Registrations have been extended to 9am Tuesday morning at which time, we must advise the caterers of our final numbers.

Don't miss out. Book now!
https://nzchristiannetwork.org.nz/…/auckland-prayer-breakf…/
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16th of October 2017 07:08 PM
Got plans for Labour Weekend? This camp is the highlight for the year for many people. Registrations for campers are closed but, there are still places for helpers.

Click on the link for more details.
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16th of October 2017 07:55 AM
Colin Austin will be speaking at the upcoming "Building the Church for Today and Tomorrow" conference that is being held around the country over the next few weeks.

As part of his preparations, it occurred to him that different Churches may talk about biblical financial principles in different ways. He has put together a short, 1-minute survey that will help him understand a bit more about how we talk about money in our Churches and would be grateful if you could spare the time and complete this survey.

Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TTVTPM8
Event: https://nzchristiannetwork.org.nz/events/building-the-church-for-today-and-tomorrow/
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13th of October 2017 09:18 PM
Many Aucklanders are migrants, which makes us one of the most ethnically diverse populations in the South Pacific. Pastor Sam Monk will be leading us in prayer for ethnic diversity, migrants and the youth in our city at this years Auckland Prayer Breakfast.

Have you got your ticket yet? Sales close after Labour Day.

Event details, enquiries and tickets: http://www.aucklandprayerbreakfast.org.nz
nzchristiannetwork
10th of October 2017 04:34 PM
Wayne Huirua took some time out after last year's Auckland Prayer Breakfast to encourage people to get along to this year's event.

Corporate worship is an important facet to the Christain faith. When we come together to praise and worship our Heavenly Father, His Son and The Holy Spirit, we are in a better place to hear from Him and to offer up our prayers for our city and each other.

We hope you can join us this year.

Event details: http://www.aucklandprayerbreakfast.org.nz/
Tickets: https://nzchristiannetwork.org.nz/product/auckland-prayer-breakfast/
nzchristiannetwork
4th of October 2017 12:30 PM
Do you want to see our city and its residents thrive? Come join us in corporate prayer for the health of our city, its residents, our relationships, environment, governance and creativity.

Sales close after Labour Weekend because we need to provide the final number to the caterers. Door sales will not be available. Purchase your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

Tickets: https://nzchristiannetwork.org.nz/product/auckland-prayer-breakfast/
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2nd of October 2017 08:16 AM
I am so excited about this years' Auckland Prayer Breakfast. It is certainly shaping up to be the most ethnically diverse, multi-denominational unity event on the Auckland Christian Calendar!

We've got a Tongan choir, worship leaders Wayne Huirua and David Lyle Morris and prayer leaders Anglican Bishop Ross Bay, Pastor Sam Monk from Equippers, Family Life's Nikki Bray and NZCN's Stuart Lange lined up to guide us through a morning of corporate prayer and worship.

And thanks to our wonderful sponsors, we will be served an improved menu! Parking is freely available and we promise to finish by 8:40am, so you can get on with your day.

So what are you waiting for? Book now at https://nzchristiannetwork.org.nz/product/auckland-prayer-breakfast/
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13th of September 2017 09:39 PM
At some time or another, we all immigrated to New Zealand. Some of us descended from the first people to set foot on these islands or from someone who came a bit later. Many of us are first generation immigrants.

So how does immigration affect us today and what measures should the government make to ensure the best policies are in place?
nzchristiannetwork
11th of September 2017 05:50 PM
Homelessness is a growing problem in our country, as is the affordability of home ownership and availability of safe, healthy, affordable rental accommodation. This panel discussion covers many of the issues facing our population as we continue to grow and face ever-changing standards and regulations. (3 parts - 30 mins.)
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8th of September 2017 01:19 PM
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7th of September 2017 03:41 PM
Caring for the environment is a key policy for New Zealand today. A potential water tax has got people talking, but it's much more than that. Listen in while Andrew asks questions that will help broaden your thinking on a number of environmental issues in this panel discussion. (3 parts in half an hour)
nzchristiannetwork
5th of September 2017 04:25 PM
No matter where you live in the country, you can still 'attend' the election panel Maxim Institute will be streaming tonight at 6:45 pm.

Hosted by Maxim Institute, in association with AUT Law School, this panel features representatives of each of the multi-member parties in Parliament, ready to explain their party's positions and talk about why they think they deserve your vote.

The panel will consist of:
James Shaw MP - Green Party - Co-leader
Carmel Sepuloni MP - Labour Party - Member for Kelston
Cinnamon Whitlock - Māori Party - Candidate for Kelston
Andrew Bayly MP - National Party - Member for Hunua
Tracey Martin MP - New Zealand First Party
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5th of September 2017 12:50 PM
Do we really treat all people the same?

Check out Rhema Media's panel discussion on inequality http://rhemamedia.co.nz/information/elections-2017/1-the-panel-talks-inequality
nzchristiannetwork
5th of September 2017 12:13 PM
Wealth vs Poverty - How do you see the issue of inequality, how it affects us as a nation and what can we do to close the gap?

Bryce Edwards considers this to be one of the most important discussions in politics today.

Listen as Andrew Urquhart engages Major Campbell Roberts, Aimee Mai and Bryce Edwards in an important discussion to help you make your decision on who to support in the upcoming election. (3 x 10 min recordings)
nzchristiannetwork
4th of September 2017 01:22 PM
How do you decide which politician or party you will vote for? Tradition, online tests, social media, attending meetings or debates between politicians...?

Rhema Media have been putting together a number of panel discussions and interviews to help prepare the public for the upcoming general election. (32 minutes)
nzchristiannetwork
1st of September 2017 02:20 PM
Does your household talk about politics? With the youngest member of my family recently turning 18, it is certainly a well discussed topic in our house.

This morning, I received a message from Rasik Ranchord via Prayer@Parliament that included these giants we must overcome during an election:

1 - Wrong Theology http://prayeratparliament.org.nz/userfiles/file/god-and-government.pdf
2 - Disenchantment (they don't listen to us)

3 - Apathy (One vote doesn't make any difference)

4 - Lack of basic knowledge of the MMP Electoral System http://www.prayeratparliament.org.nz/userfiles/file/VoteSmart2017.pdf
5 - Lack of knowledge about the current policies and past voting record of each party and its leader http://valueyourvote.org.nz/2017-general-election/
After last night's Leaders Debate, I think I have some more research to do. How about you?
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30th of August 2017 04:09 PM
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30th of August 2017 02:18 PM
For those of you who care for and work and live in Auckland, come join us at the Auckland Prayer Breakfast. Group bookings available.

http://aucklandprayerbreakfast.org.nz
https://nzchristiannetwork.org.nz/product/auckland-prayer-breakfast/
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15th of August 2017 05:13 PM
An excellent insight into the inquiry on assisted suicide and euthanasia as requested by a petition to Parliament. This article demonstrates the importance to speak up for what you believe.
nzchristiannetwork
18th of July 2017 12:26 PM
Baroness Ilora Finlay was the second speaker of the night at Maxim's Mic08 event. Her insight and experience with 'End of Life Care' is well worth listening to.

See https://www.maxim.org.nz/mic-08-experts-euthanasia/ for full videos of both presentations and the Q&A that followed.

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