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How you can help

Dozens of families have been bereaved and many more injured by the horrific shootings on Friday.

As christians we believe in the power of prayer, on Wednesday we'll be hosting a prayerday on Star, in the meantime if you would like to give financially click here to go to the Givealittle page.

If you're struggling emotionally there is a helpline set up called "Need to talk, 1737" staffed by paid counsellors 24 hours a day 7 days a week, it is part of the National Telehealth Service, please don't hesitate to reach out.

There are also a number of vigils happening around the country where you can show solidarity and respect.

Christchurch: A memorial event will be held at Cathedral Square on Thursday at 8.30pm.

Timaru: A service will be held on the beach in front of the lookout at Caroline Bay on Sunday at 1:30pm.

Dunedin: Amnesty Otago will host a vigil at the Octagon on Thursday at 7pm.

Invercargill: A vigil for peace and solidarity will take place at Wachner Place at 11am on Sunday.

Auckland: St Matthews in the City at 5pm-8pm Monday 18th and at Aotea Square on Friday 22nd at 6pm

Tauranga: Holy Trinity Church at 7pm

Wellington: Civic Square at 7pm on Thursday 21st

If your church is hosting a vigil please click here to post it on our noticeboard.

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Aging For Beginners

Dr Doug Wilson has worked as a medical and scientific consultant in the States and Saudi Arabia, he now lives in Taupo, and is a successful author with several children’s books under his belt and recently a book called Aging for Beginners.

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Wm. Paul Young

Andrew spoke with author of 'The Shack', Wm. Paul Young, about this well known book, his faith and his redemptive journey from shame to wholeness.  

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The Panel - Care for the Elderly

This week is Elder Abuse Week. For the Panel we talked about this and about care for the elderly in the community. Joining Andrew in the discussion was Joyce Cooper from Rhema Media, Alison Shaw the Senior Services Coordinator for the Salvation Army in West Auckland, Kevin Lamb from Age Concern Auckland and Gini Shepheard from Age Concern Kaitaia.

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