Every now and then I like to keep up with what’s happening back in my former homeland, New Zealand. There’s a really good news website, www.stuff.co.nz, and while scanning it recently I came across an article saying that three university students (Victoria, Wellington) had been banned from classes after burning a N.Z flag on their
Howick Community Church in Auckland, New Zealand has been busy raising money for an unusual cause: to help poor families build toilets in the slums of Cambodia. Several small groups are fundraising by selling cakes after the Sunday service. Others have been holding car boot sales and garage sales to raise money for the latrines.
In Dunedin, New Zealand, a faithful Prayer Group meets in the home of Wendy and Steve Tripp who have just returned from a visit to Servants in Cambodia. Here they introduce their group… We used to be perched above Carisbrook stadium and evenings of prayer would be somewhat interrupted by loud roars from the crowd