The Abbot's Shoes

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Have you ever asked what a life of prayer might look like? Do you need to be encouraged in the times you talk with God? Then this might be for you.

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It is Well with my Soul

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“Saved alone” - these were the first two words that Anna Spafford telegrammed her husband, Horatio, after the ship that she and her four daughters were on sank in a shipwreck that claimed 232 lives – including their four daughters. William Chong continues our series that takes a fresh look at well-known hymns.

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Freedom Comes to Murshidabad

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Sometimes circumstances rob a young person of their childhood and force them to grow up too fast. That is what happened to Abla*.

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The ripple effect

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"I often think about my choices and actions, and what the ripple effect from them might be. Most of them - good or bad - I will never know about, but I was encouraged by one recent ripple..."

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A Grief Observed By A Chinese-Kiwi Christian

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Each family will have different ways of grieving. Within our wider church family, there is much to learn from one another and the different ways grief can be expressed. Shireen Chua describes how her family processed the loss of her grandmother.

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My Brother

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Pain in families can cause rifts that God wants to see healed.

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A Conversation with a Neighbour

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Yesterday a neighbour reminded me of something so simple, and yet so vital to my spirituality. Something so simple I often neglect it, put it to the back of my mind, saying it is for other people. Tim Shallard, he does more important things, he doesn't waste his time like that...

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The Bad Thing

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Some years ago (in what now seems like a previous lifetime and in some ways even something that happened to someone else), a bad thing happened...

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I Believe in the Church

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It’s no secret that church attendance is falling. Arguments rage about what we should do to regain the size and status we once had. But in the midst of all these debates and challenges, hope has not failed us, as Greg Liston explains.

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What Are We Fighting For? Part II

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This is the second article in this series which considers our response to war and conflict. Having reflected on some gut-wrenching statistics, asked why war happens in the light of this knowledge, and looked briefly at what Scripture shows us, Mick Duncan turns to examine three stances towards war.

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What Are We Fighting For? Part I

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We are presented almost daily with stories of war and conflict, with inevitable associated tragedy. For some, war is a valid response to atrocities in our world. For others, there can never be anything that justifies war. Is there a correct Christian response to war and conflict in our world? Can Scripture help us out? Mick Duncan begins our exploration with the first of a series of articles on this issue.

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A Faithful Presence

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Euthanasia, war, the next US president - these are just a few of the widely debated issues in today’s society. You probably have some kind of response to each of these topics. But how do we respond God’s way? Rhett Snell considers this.

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Resourcing Mission with Inspiring Stories of Relevance?

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Paul Windsor unpacks a well-meant phrase and causes us to ask if it's enough.

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How do I Mobilise my Church?

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Does your church find it easy to share the good news? Dave Mann shares inspiration and ideas here.

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Unlocking Revelation: 10 keys to unlocking the Bible's final words

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Need a hand understanding the book of Revelation? This could be a good place to start!

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Possessed by Love

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Encountering and living in the love of God changes us and leads us to offer that love to those around us - without agenda, because God first loved us.

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The LOVE of God

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Encountering the love of God is not simply life-changing, but it sustains life in its fullness, as Todd White’s amazing testimony reminds us.

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What does God think about Girls and Women?

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Sarah Harris unpacks how 1 Timothy 2 can be an empowering text for women in the church.

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Commander to the Commander, Apostle to the Apostles - God's Upside-Down Kingdom

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Jesus said the first would be last, the weak would be strong, and the best leaders are servants. These are part of the upside-down kingdom of God. There is another. God often chose women when human societies expected men. Beulah Wood takes a look at some of the female leaders of the Bible.

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Why Pākehā need to know who they are

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Belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand

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