More Than Just One Type

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If you are a millennial, or the parent or grandparent of a millennial, you will probably be familiar with the catch-phrase “Can we fix it? Yes we can!”  Yes, you are right, it is indeed the favourite saying of Bob the Builder and Friends – an animated children’s television show dating back to the 1990s. Read More

8 Keys to Friendship

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Did you know that having friendships could help you live longer? “Having no friends could be as deadly as smoking, researchers at Harvard University have suggested, after discovering a link between loneliness and the levels of a blood-clotting protein which can cause heart attacks and stroke.”   Daily Telegraph 2016 This brings having good friends to a whole new Read More

Paul Subritzky retires

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Paul Subritzky retires as National Director of Promise Keepers After 25 years as National Director, Paul Subritzky has decided to retire from direct day to day involvement in Promise Keepers, the most significant men’s ministry in NZ. It has not been an easy decision to make but in the last year Paul’s health has not Read More

Be Kind

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by Aaron IronsideGary Chapman helped millions of couples with his book The Five Love Languages, in which he identified five “languages” that communicate love to those around us.I quickly saw that I was a “words of affirmation” and “quality time” person, whereas my wife Debbi valued physical touch above all others.Many couples are frustrated when Read More

Conquering Stress

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by Jim Hurn What do you think when you hear the word “stress”?Regardless of what we think, it’s really important to know what stress is, and even more so, how to cope with it because it’s going to be something that stays close to us most of our lives!Medical people have said stress is a Read More

Be Strong and Courageous

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by Mike Connell“After the death of Moses the servant of the Lord, it came to pass the Lord spoke to Joshua the son of Nun, Moses’ assistant, saying, ‘Moses My servant is dead’.” Joshua 1:1God speaks to Joshua. They’ve just had a 30 day funeral service, everyone’s been mourning because Moses has died. Then God Read More

Conflicts & Crises

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by Gary ColvilleWhether it is at work, home, at leisure, within ourselves, or in our relationships, a crisis has the power to leave us feeling disempowered, defeated and even destroyed. Crises will always be a part of most of our lives, however lots of people are entrapped by the cycle of yet another crisis that Read More

Commit Your Plans to God

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Five keys to reaching your goalsby Tom O’NeilAfter Jesus Christ was raised into heaven in front of His disciples, they then travelled the known world to be beaten, imprisoned and tortured – all to share the good news of our Saviour. Despite all sorts of physical, emotional and spiritual trials, they remained steadfast in their Read More