Playing politics

Playing politics

Engaging in some research from a previous article of mine, I found this News.com piece from some years ago how playing politics 'can be identified'.

  • New Zealanders and the Bible

    New Zealanders and the Bible

    Bible Society New Zealand (BSNZ) says the Bible is 'Good for Life' and wants to encourage everyone to read it in this year’s Bible Month starting 1 July in churches throughout New Zealand.

  • Ramon Williams – Influential Australian Christian

    Ramon Williams – Influential Australian Christian

    A tribute to Influential Australian Christians posted: "Ramon Williams (1931 - ) Christian publisher - The Australasian Religious Press Association takes great pleasure in honouring Ramon Williams with a “Special Citation for exceptionally meritorious service to the Christian community, and specifically to Chris".

  • Big turn out by South Australians

    Big turn out by South Australians

    The 2017 annual young writers conference is on Saturday 12 August on the Sunshine Coast and much preparation has been unrelenting to ensure the program runs smoothly.

  • Quotes that influenced nations

    Quotes that influenced nations

    News.com featured some time ago an article on the '25 best Movie Entertainment Oscar quotes' of all time. That had me pondering on the most poignant Christian quotes. I wrote a similar piece way back in 2012 and thought I might update it.

  • Young writer editor lunch

    Young writer editor lunch

    Lunch on 3 June at the One Day in Melbourne conference for 'mission media' saw the 'editors of the young writer program' with Christian Today discuss aspects of their ministries.

  • 1 min video released - One Day in Melbourne

    1 min video released - One Day in Melbourne

    A 1 minute video has now been released on the recent One Day in Melbourne held at the Moonee Ponds Salvation Army on Saturday 3 June.

  • The Kiwi Alpine Train

    The Kiwi Alpine Train

    As the Footplate Padre I am able a-test that the Alpine tourist train Christchurch - Greymouth travelling across the middle of the New Zealand south island is surely one of the great scenic rail journeys.

  • Laguna Quays Respite missions ministry

    Laguna Quays Respite missions ministry

    The Whitsundays Laguna Quays Respite coordinated by Well-Being Australia for missions now in its sixth year has proven to be a lovely break away for a wide range of those in Christian service.

  • Internationals young writers wonderful assets

    Internationals young writers wonderful assets

    The international young writers in Press Service International (PSI) continues to shine – in this new era there are 12 of them and a sport writer.

  • Two months to young writers conference – Sunshine Coast

    Two months to young writers conference – Sunshine Coast

    The 2017 Press Service International in conjunction with Christian Today 'Young Writer Conference' is two months away, Saturday 12 August at the Alexander Park Conference Centre, Alexander Headland, Sunshine Coast.

  • Israel's population a talking point

    Israel's population a talking point

    Recently I was sent an article relating to Israel's Population – the latest Census puts its population at 8.7 Million on Eve of 69th Independence Day.

  • Australian young writers extends to 5 week Cycles

    Australian young writers extends to 5 week Cycles

    The Press Service International young writer program in conjunction with Christian Today Australia and Christian Today New Zealand has witnessed a wonderful development – the Australian young writers now have a fifth week.

  • CoolyRocksOn open-air church service 'awash'

    CoolyRocksOn open-air church service 'awash'

    The 2017 CoolyRocksOn open air church service was 'awash' as the heavens opened Saturday afternoon and into the evening and the open air Thrifty Stage electrics exploding  -  causing officials to cancel every 'event' 'til 12noon on Sunday 11 June.

  • John Sandeman was top draw at One Day in Melbourne

    John Sandeman was top draw at One Day in Melbourne

    On Monday in my overarching article, I wrote of John Sandeman, he started the One Day in Melbourne with the morning session. John was a senior journalist with Fairfax for 30 years and brought those skills in establishing the Eternity magazine and its Online version along with its Friday Email with key note stories.

  • CoolyRocksOn Church Service on Sunday

    CoolyRocksOn Church Service on Sunday

    CoolyRocksOn 'Australia's coolest and biggest 50s & 60's Nostalgia Festival 3-12 June held at Gold Coast's Coolangatta with 150,000 visitors is once again hosting the CoolyRocksOn church service 8.30am Sunday 11 June.

  • John Lemmon – Blogging philosophy - One Day in Melbourne

    John Lemmon – Blogging philosophy - One Day in Melbourne

    John Lemmon was the fourth and final ministry philosophy presentation at One Day in Melbourne, that of blogging in a Christian context.

  • The Rev Michael Cocks' story

    The Rev Michael Cocks' story

    Michael Cocks is a fourth generation Anglican priest in the Diocese of Christchurch, and shares with his father, Maurice, a desire to explore the spiritual experiences which lie behind the teachings of Christianity.

  • Cheryl McGrath highlights CMS philosophy at One Day in Melbourne

    Cheryl McGrath the Communications Coordinator at CMS in Melbourne (Church Missionary Society) spoke to the One Day in Melbourne gathering on Saturday, her subject Mission Publication Philosophy and in this directed her session on CMS.

  • One Day in Melbourne – 4 massive presentations

    One Day in Melbourne – 4 massive presentations

    2017 One Day in Melbourne's saw four presentations of professional authority for the delegates who came to hear the latest on On-line Ministry – focusing in on Australia's forgotten Christian media – Mission publication editors, Social Media maverns, Writers, Editors, Bloggers and small Christian publications.

  • The humble whistle

    The humble whistle

    Since Jill Meagher the young ABC journalist brutally raped and killed in Melbourne a few years ago there has been numerous other young women similarly snatched, assaulted and murdered.

  • One Day in Melbourne – 10.30am Saturday

    One Day in Melbourne – 10.30am Saturday

    John Sandeman 'Eternity' editor will inevitably hold the morning session spellbound as is his custom, at the 2017 'One Day in Melbourne' on Saturday 3 June – register today.

  • Citizens Arrest – legal nightmare

    Citizens Arrest – legal nightmare

    Recently I heard a discussion on citizens arrest on radio national and it alerted me to an article I wrote way back in 2013.

  • The mango tree at Laguna Quays Respite

    The mango tree at Laguna Quays Respite

    The Whitsundays Laguna Quays Respite for missions survived Cyclone Debbie but left its mango tree worst for wear. It's tap root was snapped.

  • Still time to register for One Day in Melbourne – Sat 3 June

    Still time to register for One Day in Melbourne – Sat 3 June

    There remains time to register for 'One Day in Melbourne' for this Saturday 3 June after last year's inaugural on-line media presentations applauded as "an astonishing and remarkable day" by the 50 mission agency representatives and bloggers who attended.

  • A reflection on Purim

    A reflection on Purim

    The joyous Jewish Purim celebration, acknowledges the story of Esther and how as Queen she saved her people in ancient Persia, concludes on 1 March each year. Now, almost four months later, is a good time to reflect on this.

  • Leaps and bounds for Christian Today New Zealand

    Leaps and bounds for Christian Today New Zealand

    Christian Today New Zealand commenced on 13 February 2017 with one young writer article, one original 2012 Kiwi young writer from Christian Today Australia and a feature article published in both Christian Today Australia and Christian Today New Zealand.

  • Light is a problem - pollution

    Light is a problem - pollution

    When I hear the word 'pollution', I think of dirty smokestacks, smoggy cities, dumped rubbish lying around the countryside or washed up on the beach. I do not think of bright, clean light.

  • Moving on – a discussion

    Moving on – a discussion

    One phrase from a classic situation relates to a universal experience of multiple dramas is this: “Maybe government had hurt him, but that was life: it was time to sell up and move on.”

  • The 'Eternity' team at One Day in Melbourne – Sat 3 June

    The 'Eternity' team at One Day in Melbourne – Sat 3 June

    John Sandeman and his Eternity team are taking the morning session of the 2017 'One Day in Melbourne' scheduled for Saturday 3 June after last year's inaugural on-line media presentations applauded as "an astonishing and remarkable day" by the 50 mission agency representatives and bloggers who attended.

  • The Soap

    The Soap

    The Italian media went berserk and with good reason. A true life soap opera was played out on the world stage!

  • “No cost” to One Day in Melbourne – Saturday 3 June – Mooney Ponds

    “No cost” to One Day in Melbourne – Saturday 3 June – Mooney Ponds

    There is “no cost” for the 2017 'One Day in Melbourne' scheduled for Saturday 3 June after last year's inaugural on-line media presentations applauded as "an astonishing and remarkable day" by the 50 mission agency representatives and bloggers who attended.

  • Survey reality

    Survey reality

    In a fascinating survey from News.com run by Gallaxy illustrated once again that Australians prefer time over money, the 'she'll be right' attitude is pervasive and that the imagery of our sunny weather and open spaces is an indispensable component of it all. 

  • The family

    The family

    Here is a turn up! A recent survey conducted by the The Sunday Telegraph has illustrated that in this new 21st century, 98.8% of people can't wait to get home 'to the family' and the love of 'family meal time'.

  • Dust to dust: real life forensic science studies.

    Dust to dust: real life forensic science studies.

    As a Minister of 40 years no one will be surprised if I bring to your attention the numbers of funerals undertaken and the ministry to mourning families. The number of times I have said those bible words ..... Dust to Dust, Ashes to Ashes.

  • Bit tricky, but not difficult

    Bit tricky, but not difficult

    Recently there was another case where someone masqueraded themselves as a doctor. A few years ago there was a fake doctor who worked at the Alice Springs Hospital in the Northern Territory. More recently another one on the Gold Coast.

  • The Botanic Gardens - 2

    The Botanic Gardens - 2

    In Australia, we are into 'Autumn', which is the very best time of year for gardening. As the heat and humidity finally recede, many of our flowers show their magnificence.

  • Panellists past the half way mark

    Panellists past the half way mark

    The Panellists for the young writer annual awards are past the half way point – there are four sets of panellists – these are the people who read and then mark the articles for the first six months of 2017 - for determinations for the presentations at the Sunshine Coast conference on 12 August.

  • Botanical Gardens

    Botanical Gardens

    In Australia, we are into 'Autumn', which is the very best time of year for gardening. As the heat and humidity finally recede, many of our flowers show their magnificence.

  • Three weeks to One Day in Melbourne – Saturday 3 June

    Three weeks to One Day in Melbourne – Saturday 3 June

    2017 'One Day in Melbourne' is three weeks away – a day focusing on the 'forgotten Christian media' - Saturday 3 June - after last year's inaugural on-line media presentations applauded by the 50 mission agency representatives and bloggers who attended.

  • Melbourne caught our attention

    Melbourne caught our attention

    The dramatic arrest of young Muslim men from Lebanese background some 2nd generation Australians, in Melbourne on 23 December two days before Christmas - planning to do enormous damage to major Christmas celebration sites caught the nation's attention.

  • Fancy Dress catches a rural community's spirit

    Fancy Dress catches a rural community's spirit

    The Whitsundays 'Midge Point' Arts and Business Communities inaugural Fancy Dress afternoon tea was held at The Point Tavern yesterday afternoon.

  • The Resurrection and “Near-death experiences in New Zealand”

    The Resurrection and “Near-death experiences in New Zealand”

    Who wouldn’t be fascinated by tales of people crossing over to the other side and coming back to tell the tale?

  • What our Kiwi young writers eat

    What our Kiwi young writers eat

    An article in the NZ Herald on what New Zealander's purchase in their grocery trolley's sparked my interest whether this coincided with our Kiwi young writers, a good spectrum from Auckland down to Christchurch.

  • New Zealand Salvation Army's Christina Tyson to head international young writer 'Awards Commission'

    New Zealand Salvation Army's Christina Tyson to head international young writer 'Awards Commission'

    An international young writer 'Awards Commission' has been established to look afresh at the 'awards' structure for 2018 and onwards and the chair is Major Christina Tyson the Salvation Army Media Unit head.

  • Bible Society New Zealand still spreading the Good News

    Bible Society New Zealand still spreading the Good News

    Bible Society New Zealand (BSNZ) is one of the biggest Christian charities in New Zealand. This year they celebrate their 171st year of operation, making them one of the oldest organisations in the country.

  • 1 min Video on Forgotten Christian Media - One Day in Melbourne

    1 min Video on Forgotten Christian Media - One Day in Melbourne

    The 1 min video for 'One Day in Melbourne' aimed at the 'forgotten Christian media' on Saturday 3 June has been released.

  • The church and remarkable women

    The church and remarkable women

    There are times when remarkable gems unexpectedly pop up in the secular media about the Christian church – gems that would never be tolerated in Christian media - and this one hit me square in the eye - and a great 'secret truth' was revealed.

  • Footplate Padre alarm – bringing a train to a stand

    Footplate Padre alarm – bringing a train to a stand

    As the Footplate Padre I am able to announce that it takes kilometres to bring a train to a halt, not metres. This is reality. This is one of the most difficult concepts for the public to comprehend.

  • New Zealand Christian Writers — a must for aspiring writers

    New Zealand Christian Writers — a must for aspiring writers

    Debbie McDermott was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, where she met and married her husband Sean in 1990 and subsequently migrated to New Zealand.

  • Why should we be surprised?

    Why should we be surprised?

    '37 Days' is a television series which I also have as a DVD. It details 'behind the political scenes' leading up to WWI in August 1914.

  • ANZAC is our 'survival' sacred day

    ANZAC is our 'survival' sacred day

    As a nation, we hold two very significant dates as public holidays. One is religious (Easter) and the other is national (Anzac Day).

  • A special day - Anzac

    A special day - Anzac

    My son who lived in England for seven years, explained that in the UK, our equivalent of Anzac Day (April 25th – the day the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps – ANZAC – landed at Gallipoli), is Remembrance Day, also called Armistice Day.

  • Lonely at the top – subtle ANZAC reflection

    Lonely at the top – subtle ANZAC reflection

    Consider those amazing women who choose the world of leadership in whatever field of endeavour - wherein they compete against the forces of nature, family responsibility, gender bias, historical demands, spending time away from home, and the stamina required for such a high level decision making.

  • One Day in Melbourne – Saturday 3 June – Moonee Ponds

    One Day in Melbourne – Saturday 3 June – Moonee Ponds

    2017 'One Day in Melbourne' aimed to the 'forgotten Christian media' is on Saturday 3 June 10.30am at the Salvation Army Moonee Ponds.

  • 1 min video – launch of Christian Today New Zealand

    1 min video – launch of Christian Today New Zealand

    'Christian Today New Zealand' (CTNZ) was launched last weekend with a fanfare of speeches to see this fresh addition to the CMCI come online (Christian Media Corporation International).

  • The ground of faith

    The ground of faith

    Meet any serious Pentecostal and attend their mega worship drama and be certain to hear someone, anyone really, get up where they are and reveal some vision, a prophecy, or a dream.

  • Australians more envious than Kiwis

    Australians more envious than Kiwis

    British researches claim that not only are Australians the worst of all sinners, according to their definitions, the greatest sin of Australians is envy.

  • How vaccinations help keep us healthy

    How vaccinations help keep us healthy

    A couple of years ago, I wrote two articles about the effectiveness of modern vaccines. This is a revision of the second (more scientific) article, with the inclusion of some recent research. Being Easter, I thought this an important topic – death to life.

  • A question that requires an answer – Easter reflection

    A question that requires an answer – Easter reflection

    Easter brings a focus to many issues that surround us and this too is one of them. Recently I was reading an article that originated with the American Tinker, therefore American focused, but as I read it though, in my view, it applies to all of the West including Australia.

  • 2017 young writer conference - 12 August

    2017 young writer conference - 12 August

    Press Service International in conjunction with Christian Today – announces the 2017 young writer conference - this year at the Alexander Headland Conference Centre on the Sunshine Coast on Saturday 12 August.

  • 12,000 youth to encounter Luke’s Gospel this Easter

    12,000 youth to encounter Luke’s Gospel this Easter

    Bible reading barriers are being directly addressed by Bible Society in this year’s Easter Gospel distributed at Easter camps around New Zealand.

  • Surviving Cyclone Debbie – Laguna Quays Respite

    Surviving Cyclone Debbie – Laguna Quays Respite

    Cyclone Debbie struck the Whitsundays Islands and mainland from 25-29 March bringing devestation in its wake with winds of up to 257ks with a huge impact of torrential rain.

  • Easter Reflection - Auschwitz

    Easter Reflection - Auschwitz

    It was a remarkable occasion! The March of the Living, 2005, Auschwitz, Poland, for the 60thanniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camp. I placed a wooden commemorative plaque at the entrance to Auschwitz Birkenau.

  • Replacement theology – a different angle – 3

    Replacement theology – a different angle – 3

    Replacement Theology at Morling theological college was taught as Super-succession-ism – that Christ at the cross “superseded” the Old Covenant and at that point the Chosen People played no further part in the human processes of Salvation and lost their special place within the economy of God.

  • Wholeness

    Wholeness

    Wholeness, according to the dictionary, is a state of total well-being. As Christians we know that the only source of complete well-being, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, is God Himself.

  • Replacement theology challenged – 2

    Replacement theology challenged – 2

    Replacement Theology at Morling theological college was taught as Super-succession-ism – that Christ at the cross “superseded” the Old Covenant and at that point the Chosen People played no further part in the human processes of Salvation and lost their special place within the economy of God.

  • Replacement Theology Challenged – Part 1

    Replacement Theology Challenged – Part 1

    Replacement Theology at Morling theological college was taught as Super-succession-ism – that Christ at the cross “superceded” the Old Covenant and at that point the Chosen People played no further part in the human processes of Salvation and lost their special place within the economy of God.

  • Business: The Unreached People Group

    Business: The Unreached People Group

    Windsor Park Baptist Church is one of the largest Baptist churches in New Zealand and it’s 65-year history is one marked with change and innovation.

  • An old story... but too true

    An old story... but too true

    The Conversation recently revealed something we've all known for “donkey's years” that in rural Australia / New Zealand the hairdressers, bank managers, agriculture suppliers and vets have a crucial yet often overlooked role in looking after the mental health of their community.

  • Majdanek

    Majdanek

    The Majdanek Concentration Camp was visited when I was invited by Bridges for Peace, a Christian Mission based in Jerusalem, to be part of a 48 person international delegation which also included Auschwitz's 60th liberation anniversary and the 2005 March of the Living.

  • Rhema Media, NZ Christian Writers, and Justin St. Vincent

    Rhema Media, NZ Christian Writers, and Justin St. Vincent

    Earning his BSc (Hons) degree in American Business Studies, Justin St Vincent has also graduated from Youth With A Mission’s Discipleship Training School (YWAM DTS) from the University of the Nations in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

  • Mystique

    Mystique

    Mystique is a word that accurately describes my feelings in 1999, when the Messianic Christian Israeli tour guide led our group through a small doorway adjacent to the Wailing Wall, which symbolises the ‘promise’ of the rebuilding of the Temple on Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

  • Laguna Quays Respite for missions

    Laguna Quays Respite for missions

    The Whitsundays Laguna Quays Respite for missions 2 min video is just one of the recent developments on its ministry for missionaries, home missions, church full time personnel.

  • Launched – Christian Today New Zealand

    Launched – Christian Today New Zealand

    Christian Today New Zealand was launched on Saturday at 'Timeout in the Tweed' with persons from Christchurch, Sydney, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Tweed Heads and Mozambique.

  • Official launch celebrations – Christian Today New Zealand

    Official launch celebrations – Christian Today New Zealand

    This Saturday 25 March the official launch celebrations of 'Christian Today New Zealand' is being held on the Gold Coast as its being combined with an update of the '2017 young writers conference' on the Sunshine Coast set for Saturday 12 August.

  • Survey: Homemaking is back on the agenda

    Survey: Homemaking is back on the agenda

    A recent News.com article claims that a growing number of Generation Y young women are right now or planning to be 'homemakers' and not in any shape for form establishing a career.

  • NZ holiday survey opposite to missions

    NZ holiday survey opposite to missions

    A recent NZ Herald article listed from a travel destination survey, New Zealand's favourite holiday destinations overseas and the list of places within New Zealand they favour.

  • Benhadad counted his chickens before they hatched

    Benhadad counted his chickens before they hatched

    "Counting your chickens before they've hatched" is as true today as it has always been, as even explained in the Bible, says Well-Being Australia chairman Mark Tronson.

  • Un-tempted or untried

    Un-tempted or untried

    Recently Well-Being Australia chairman Mark Tronson, a retired Baptist minister was reading 'Dr Joseph Parker', one of the recognised great English preachers of the second half of the 1800s in London.

  • Olympic cities provide evangelism opportunities

    Olympic cities provide evangelism opportunities

    News Daily recently published an article how the citizens of a growing number of the world's most significant cities are objecting to an Olympic Games coming to their country.

  • Two new panellists for New Zealand young writers

    Two new panellists for New Zealand young writers

    NZ panellists in the Press Service International 'Kiwi young writer program' with Christian Today New Zealand has two additions.

  • The art of 'silence'

    The art of 'silence'

    Silence can be utilised as a defence, a weapon, a plea for mercy, a statement of ignominy, a cry of ignorance, a shout of defiance, a political comment, an expression of contempt, and much more besides.

  • Fathers and daughters—important links

    Fathers and daughters—important links

    Quote from a few years ago—"Dad came to speak at the school where I teach," says the 20-year-old history teacher (Daisy Turnbull Brown, married daughter of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

  • Cathedrals and Pentecostal Churches growing

    Cathedrals and Pentecostal Churches growing

    A fascinating article appeared in the NZ Herald recently on the best SuperBowl commercials and had available for viewing these super 'cool' and 'engaging' adverts. This they were. They were all designed to do precisely this.

  • A philosophy of Kiwi sport

    A philosophy of Kiwi sport

    New Zealand, in relationship to population is way ahead in the prowess in international sporting performances.

  • Insights from Greco-Roman Times – A Christian Response

    Insights from Greco-Roman Times – A Christian Response

    Author Rex Dale's new release "Insights From Greco-Roman Times – A Christian Response" is well worth a read to get a grasp on how people before the time of Christ thought about life and how to deal with its mysteries.

  • Femininity back on the agenda

    Femininity back on the agenda

    Femininity is alive and well – the fashion industry thrives on it, the boutique business world depends upon it, social media is full of it, it heralds a woman's sex appeal and the Bible says it is God's wonderful gift to women.

  • First To Forty

    First To Forty

    First to Forty is a discovery of a life, love, hope and happiness that leads you home.

  • A long stretch from Anne Frank to current refugees

    A long stretch from Anne Frank to current refugees

    It is a long stretch to claim Anne Frank of Holocaust note was a refugee on the same level as those seeking a new life in America from Islamic countries.

  • C.A.R.D. - Christian Article Registry Depository - new entries

    C.A.R.D. - Christian Article Registry Depository - new entries

    C.A.R.D. - Christian Article Registry Depository – has received numerous additional writer's name from 'One Day in Melbourne – Evangelicals Online' held in April.

  • New Zealand ranked No 3 – a happy bunch

    New Zealand ranked No 3 – a happy bunch

    New Zealand has once again been deemed in the highest 3 as the richest, happiest, healthiest and most prosperous with the naming of the world's 25 top such countries.

  • New Zealand initiates tourist rail pedal trikes rather than pulling up the railway for bicycle trails

    New Zealand initiates tourist rail pedal trikes rather than pulling up the railway for bicycle trails

    An innovative move on behalf of rail lovers in New Zealand on disused rail tracks has been to introduce rail pedal trikes – keeps the perway for future rail re-usage and invents a whole new tourist bonanza.

  • A just weight and balance are the Lord's

    A just weight and balance are the Lord's

    Well-Being Australia chairman Mark Tronson says that there have been numerous legal proceedings associated with alleged physical abuse, substance abuse and illegal betting linked to the sporting field, all presumably when rules of a particular sport have been breached in some way.

  • Children's colouring books challenge

    Children's colouring books challenge

    NZ Herald ran an interesting article recently how children's colouring books dropped off the top sales list to a parenting book and this behoves the question as to what might be happening to this traditional and essential tool for children.

  • Empty – a sensitive book on miscarriage

    Empty – a sensitive book on miscarriage

    Kerryn Polkington says 14 years ago, just days before Mother's Day, she had a miscarriage at 10.5 weeks. 10 years ago, again just before Mother's Day, she had another miscarriage at 6 weeks.

  • Tourism New Zealand... Wow!

    Tourism New Zealand... Wow!

    In this column over the years I have celebrated the various aspects of tourism in New Zealand but a recent article has highlighted how important tourism is.

  • Millennials ditching social media components

    Millennials ditching social media components

    Huffingtonpost recently ran an article on the huge numbers of young people who are ditching social media, well one or two types of it.

  • Kiwi young writer program for 2017

    Kiwi young writer program for 2017

    The 2017 young writer program is shaping up nicely for the Kiwi young writers, one of the four groups within Press Service International's young writer program in conjunction with Christian Today Australia and Christian Today New Zealand.

  • Back to the future – KiwiRail

    Back to the future – KiwiRail

    Late last year both the New Zealand Herald and the Railway Gazette made play that KiwiRail had finally made a decision on the 'electric' haulage of freight trains.

  • Irenie How: tuition on Christian Today New Zealand

    Irenie How: tuition on Christian Today New Zealand

    Irenie How the Kiwi young writer program 'editor' from Christchurch was flown to Sydney over the weekend to undertake tuition on Christian Today New Zealand online 'uploading'.

  • Competition – does it relate to the Bible?

    Competition – does it relate to the Bible?

    From Genesis to Revelation the concept of competition reigns as part of the economy of God as the unfolding story of the Salvation of men and women takes us on a journey from Adam and Eve through the final triumph of righteousness in The Revelation.