In Honour of my Dad

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My Father, John Bernard Goulter WWII 28748, was in a German POW camp and part of Stalag VIII-B, sub-unit 344. The image above is the only memorial dedicated to Stalag VIII-B POW and Polish resistance fighters. The memorial is in Český Těšín.   I am 68 years old and have not been involved in any Read More

Prepared to Act

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  I saw this sign at Otira Hotel, below Arthurs Pass. It reflects the attitudes towards God, King and Country (the three were sometimes considered to be the same thing!) at the time of WWI. The direct question “What are you doing for your King?” immediately brought to mind the statement that PK USA Founder, Read More

Filling the Gap

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With University well underway for the year, some parents will find themselves in a season of change as they sent their teenager off to study in another city. I had a conversation recently with a man who expressed concern about men struggling in the season of life called the “Empty Nest”. I suppose I was Read More

Just Get Started

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Today’s guest writer is Phil Macgregor who recently shared his encouraging story at the PK Whangarei Event. His enthusiasm for men and men’s groups is inspiring. We asked Phil to share his journey with all of us…. When it comes to starting a men’s group there can be a lot of questions, nervousness, insecurity and Read More