Knowing when to let go and a legend retires

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How do we know if a ministry has become something that needs to be released? This is a journey that Palmerston North Central Baptist Church (PNCBC) and Te Aroha Noa have been on.

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Family News June-July 2016

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Here we share the Family News from our June - July 2016 issue of Baptist Magazine.

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Healing In The Church

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The gospel (good news) of the kingdom is about wholeness, which means it deals with more than salvation. It also includes healing for the body.

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Who Is The Holy Spirit?

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Mike Pilavachi - founder and leader of 'Soul Survivor', spoke at Northern Easter Camp this year. Caleb Slaney attended Easter Camp and interviewed Mike about the Holy Spirit.

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Seeking The Creator

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We will see God in action when we have our attention and direction towards loving God.

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Seeing The Bible At Work

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When we ask not only "What does the Bible mean?" but also "What does it do?" we can see God at work as the Bible engages those who read and respond to it.

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Life In The Balance

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Understanding the debate over assisted suicide and euthanasia.

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The Kingdom Of God Is Not Just In Words

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Partnering with the Holy Spirit to build His kingdom here on earth.

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Freedom and Hope

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Freedom from the sex trade, the reality of the Bible, faith in suffering, and the victory of Christ over darkness – these are just four examples of the good news of Jesus from our Tranzsend workers in Asia!

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August/September 2016 Churches in Action

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Here you will find the births, deaths, marriages, engagements, special birthdays, baptisms, wedding anniversaries and pastoral moves for the period August - September 2016.

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June/July 2016 Churches in Action

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Here you will find the births, deaths, marriages, engagements, special birthdays, baptisms, wedding anniversaries and pastoral moves for the period June-July 2016.

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January / February / March 2016 Churches in Action

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Here you will find the births, deaths, marriages, engagements, special birthdays, baptisms, wedding anniversaries and pastoral moves for the period January - March 2016.

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On the way and in the fray

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Does 'being Baptist' have relevance today?

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Why Pakeha need to know who they are

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Belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Seeking Godly Decisions

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What do you do when you can't decide?

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Identity and Sexuality

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How do we navigate our sexual identity in the context of our Christ-rooted identity?

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October / November 2015 Churches in Action

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Here you will find the births, deaths, marriages, engagements, special birthdays, baptisms, wedding anniversaries and pastoral moves for the period October/November 2015

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Who do you say I am? ...Understanding our identity in Christ.

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Who do you say I am? The importance of understanding our identity before God. In this two part article, Richard Cook shares part of his story as he explores his identity before God and Shona Birch calls us to consider Jesus’ commandment in Mark 12: 31 – what does it mean to love others as we love ourselves?

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Straining against the oars. What can we do when life is tough?

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Straining against the oars. What can we do when life is tough? National Leader Craig Vernall reminds us to remember God's provision in the stormy times which gives us the strength for the next day.

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Loving our neighbours - as ourselves

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In the second part of this two part article, Shona Birch calls us to consider Jesus’ commandment in Mark 12: 31 – what does it mean to love others as we love ourselves?

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