Heart-warming stories of people whose lives and spirits have been changed through Christ.
For addictions caseworker Geoff Boyd, serving others feels like home.
The Family Store in Panmure is true to its name—becoming family to a team of volunteers that have found a place to belong, says manager Gary Davison.
After a career as a professional musician, Bruce Roberts has found his calling, passing on his skills to children in low-decile Christchurch schools.
Seeing students’ lives changed every day inspires former primary school teacher Heather Daly in her work as an Education and Employment (E&E) tutor.
In 30 years of officership, Colonel Barbara Howell has learnt that she wants to live with a grateful heart, and eyes wide open to God’s goodness.
Margaret Abbott of Rotorua has discovered the power of prayer even in the youngest of lives.
A mistake responding to a cryptic job ad eventually led Andrew McKerrow to become New Zealand’s first horse racing chaplain.
It’s been a long road for Ashburton man Steve Skilling to gain control over his gambling addiction.
A desire to help families stay together and fulfil their God given potential inspires Hutt City Corps transitional housing manager Toga Tofilau.