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A Kiwi Camino

The Kiwi Camino is a Kiwi pilgrimage modelled after the Camino de Santiago pilgrimmage, that is specific to the NZ context, its early Christian history and ethos of NZ. It is to provide an opportunity for people to discover an understanding of how pilgrimage enables one to understand at a deeper place the journey of life and faith, how the principles of pilgrimage can touch the ordinary in our everyday lives and how it may be a stimulus to discovering the spiritual journey? Andrew talked with the Project Developer, Geoff Harper.

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Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

Dr Nabil Costa has been working with Syrian refugees in Lebanon for the Lebanese Baptist Society he talks with Andrew Urquhart about the history of the region and the relationship between the refugees and the people of Lebanon.

You can click the link to see the video about overcoming hatred to help Syrians.

 

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Christians Against Poverty

John Kirkby, is the Founder and International Director of Christians Against Poverty.  CAP was started in 1996.  His own story saw God leading him from his own financial struggle to eventually establishing a charity that helps thousands of people around the world.

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The Teenage Brain

Nathan Wallis is a father of three, stepfather to two and foster dad to many.  His background includes teaching, child therapy and neuroscience .  On November the 9th he speaks at the Parenting Place about the teenage brain, Andrew caught up with him.

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Vicar of Baghdad

Andrew White has had a long career in the Anglican Church, however is probably best known for his time as Vicar at the St George's Church in Baghdad, the only Anglican Church in Iraq.  It was there that he was dubbed the Vicar of Baghdad.  Since his departure was ordered in 2014 by the Archbishop of Canterbury due to security concerns, he has worked in relief and reconciliation work in the Middle East. 

 

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