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.