Gospel Tag

Focusing on Hope Project Christmas we look at community involvement – why not try some of these great ideas? The New Lynn Bible Chapel share their story and some fantastic ideas for anyone to use....

This brilliant story shows a way of putting the Nativity story right in the centre of a local Christmas market. Could you use this idea in your city or town?...

While we trust schools to educate our children and youth in areas of math and literacy, increasingly they bring a moral and social agenda that is nothing but religious - because all morals come from...

With 5 scenes to the story their 5-stage float included, the Nativity story was told - AND they won the float parade! Hear what they did and freely borrow the idea!...

In this CHALLENGING reflection on what 'Kingdom minded' means, I explain why I have concluded that many who talk about it don't actually mean it - because it's not merely about thinking beyond ourselves. It's...

With a change-theory illustration (micro chips implants), the point of this blog is to feed a conversation about how we read the news, because a think called 'neutral' does not exist, and our culture not...

In Auckland many church networks were at first reluctant to directly help with the Hope Project delivery. So how did the Auckland Church achieve a volunteer delivery to 347,000 homes?...

We're about to pioneer some new conversational outreach equipping resource that will blow people's minds!...

A provocative leadership reflection on how we respond to the progressive collusion of our public media with Government and others, to lead (coerce?) changes suiting their own ideologies - while giving no voice to others....

For too long unity in cities and towns has been about a commonality of location more than focus. Were we to think differently - much more is possible. Here are four goals every city and...

In this very uncomfortable reflection I point out some dishonesties that I see creeping into our bicultural narrative, which i believe could backfire in time to come if we do not choose to continually self-correct...

A new illustrated NZ history story for age 4 to 7 - telling a little-known yet highly significant part of our history....