Wednesday, September 22, 2021
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The Command re-focuses on “the greatest commandments”

“My belief is that if we love more, people will be more attracted to our church and we will keep more people in our church,” says Dr Bruce Manners.

Ty Gibson talks about the Trinity

"Repeatedly, I’ve seen the average church member, with all their sincere honesty, reject the anti-trinitarian perspective once the biblical case is laid out before them."

Peter Roennfeldt sees a changed church in a changed world

Dr Peter Roennfeldt has launched three new books in the past few months, each addressing specific issues affecting the church, including the impact of COVID-19.

New book celebrates women in ministry across the South Pacific

Proceeds from the book will go toward providing theological education for women in the Pacific Islands.

Elizabeth Ostring tells stories of life and faith

We sit down with Dr Elizabeth Ostring, a retired medical doctor and missionary, and now a theologian and author based in Auckland, New Zealand.

New possibilities modelled for changing church

Dr Peter Roennfeldt's new book outlines a new model for church following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Book Review: I Have a Future

"I Have a Future" is a statement of confidence and expectation that our lives and choices matter beyond the certainties and uncertainties of life and death, loss and hope.

Bible project success raises important questions

Enjoy the Living Word, a book produced by Signs Publishing, has been developed to answer many questions in the Pacific Islands, primarily about Bible translations.

New family story brings resurrection power to life

Just Believe retells the gospel account of Jesus raising the daughter of Jairus, but from the perspective of the girl herself.

Book Review: Advent

Nathan Brown's latest work dispels the myths and discards the fake and the fables of the Nativity, while substituting in the Real Jesus.
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