Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.
‘We want to give our kids a better life than we had,’ explains Pat,a gang leader who is running a programme for ‘the hardest to reach’ with support from The Salvation Army.
The International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated this year on October 11. Shakti, a refuge for ethnic women in New Zealand, is promoting the day to highlight the veiled childhoods of some of our girls.
Former All Black Sir John Kirwan has become the face of depression in New Zealand. He talks to Robin Raymond about tackling his own illness and his mission to help others through a message of hope.
There’s more to being still than just stopping the movement of our bodies, writes Vakatoto Wawa.
Guys don’t easily like to admit that they feel afraid because of embarrassing and painful things that have happened in the past. But when we confront our fears and talk about them, life gets a whole lot better … and so do we.
If we will only make the time, healing can come through the simplicity of a face-to-face conversation over a cuppa or a shared meal.
The Sunday church experience floats some people’s boats, but not everyone’s. And certainly not all of the time. With this in mind, War Cry asked two males to share contrasting perspectives …
You know the Mitre 10 advert talking about the DIY guy versus the guy who pays someone to do it for him? I’m the guy that pays—or rather, I’m the guy that tries to do it himself, makes a massive mess and then asks his mates to help.
Simon Barnett is every bit the carey-sharey guy that listeners love to laugh with on his popular nationwide radio show.