AllTogether Insights

Because unity is fragile, there are conversations that - if we don't have them - can hinder us from progressing any further than we already have. Conversations are therefore a context for change - but...

Unity is fragile. In fact, unity is very fragile. The key isn't in how we lead - but instead in how we think. It's about values - and attitudes. These are foundations. ...

This summary regarding reconciliation around The Treaty / Te Tiriti explains how I understand sovereignty, what I suggest was guaranteed and why - and what the end-goal and journey ahead therefore are....

Is it by the fact that we meet - or are friendly? Is it that we can stand together - looking united? Or might be through our ability to work together when it counts -...

We are blessed in this nation to have people producing data for the Church - in this case the Bible Society. The wider deficit is leadership - to apply logical applications that might spring from...

If you want unity to go to a new level, consider the CLEAR VISION in this 'wero', which highlights three ACHIEVABLE things churches could achieve together in and for their cities and towns through PARTNERSHIP....

With wisdom from helping to united churches in 1500 separate areas of the UK, Roy can bring wisdom to unity leaders - and in this article and interview - following a visit to NZ -...

What if we were to engage more wisely and pro-actively as united churches around FAMILY / PARENTING / MARRIAGE? This is one of our strengths - and a gateway for the hope we carry. To...

With a vision to engage more widely in the community, Ps Keith Harrington of Invercargill Central Baptist proposed a day given to serving the community in practical hands-on ways - on a Sunday. Now engaged...

As part of Hope Project Christmas here are some adaptions of existing ideas that we (the Hope Project team) think could really work. This is about nothing more than getting a little bit creative...

As part of Hope Project Christmas here are some adaptions of existing ideas that we (the Hope Project team) think could really work. This is about nothing more than getting a little bit creative...