Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.
Finding a genuine way to honour the Treaty of Waitangi.
Modern technology is making it harder for people to leave work behind.
The joy of being grumpy is allowing God’s accepting presence among the fabric of our ‘ugly but adorable’ lives. And that will always make us smile.
Darren Elkington says it’s possible to see feelings of anger as a gift that we can invest wisely, for the good of others and ourselves.
A musician talking of crucifying their pride and self-obsession is not something you hear every day. But Nashville’s Audrey Assad isn’t your everyday musician.
Andrea Hofmann is a dietitian who doesn’t like diets. Ingrid Barratt sits down for a consultation with Andrea, and discovers that by learning to love food you can learn to love yourself.
Wendy Sanson reflects on a tough 2013, and how God is seeing her through.
A Christmas message from Territorial Leaders Commissioners Robert and Janine Donaldson.
The birth of Jesus is the world’s greatest love story, says Ingrid Barratt. It speaks of God’s extraordinary plan for each of us, told through the fragility of a baby boy.