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Soul Food

Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.

a marae

Learning from the Marae

18 Feb | 2015

A dream to visit and photograph every marae in the country has become a book about bringing cultures together for artist and Anglican minister the Rt Reverend Bishop Muru Walters.

a sign saying genuine fake watches

Beware of imitations

28 Jan | 2015

How do you know if you’ve spotted a genuine Salvationist, or if you’re just looking at some wannabe or poser?

Sheryn Adamson

Style council

7 Jan | 2015

Whether you know it or not, you have style, says image consultant Sheryn Adamson. The clothes we wear are a mirror to our soul, and Sheryn’s role is to bring out the beauty within and without.

a woman under an umbrella on the beach

Turning holidays into holy days

7 Jan | 2015

Wendy Sanson on why holidays are an invitation toward holy days.

a toy pig on a lifering

Facing up to debt

31 Dec | 2014

In her lowest moments, struggling with depression, addiction and debt, Tanya reached out for a tiny thread of hope from The Salvation Army. She held on and it became the start of a life transformation.

Graham Burt inside the Temple of Luxor

Long Story Short

18 Dec | 2014

A trio of passionate Kiwis—a shy evangelist, a passionate theologian and an entrepreneurial wordsmith—is retelling the story of the Bible for modern audiences.

Rangihoua Pa in Bay of Islands

Ruatara's Mission

17 Dec | 2014

Graham Bidois Cameron tells the story of Māori leader Ruatara’s role as the bridge over which the Christian gospel came to New Zealand.

The peace of Christmas

12 Dec | 2014

One hundred years ago, on 24 December 1914, the Great War had already claimed a million lives. But on that Christmas Eve, gunfire fell silent on both sides of the trenches.

A lot like Christ

5 Dec | 2014

The closest thing I’ve ever had to a ‘calling’ in my life was when, as a fledgling journalist, I realised I didn’t believe in a lot of what I wrote.

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