Sometimes art, literature, films tells us far more about how to live life than churches do. I found an old Housman poem, used in the last episode of Inspector Morse, as he lay in hospital, to be a powerful reminder of truths from unlikely sources. Yet churches too can grow, adapt and change for the better. The MDF woodcut was printed as a monotype sequence, The Cross in Central Otago. You can learn more about how we do theology from the link.
Has anyone local got a couple or more of these for sale?
Have you spotted any sharks during summer?
Where did you see them?
Check out this story by Mina Kerr-Lazenby about a dead bronze whaler found on a North Shore beach:
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Check out this story by Mina Kerr-Lazenby about New Zealand's first dogs to be trained to sniff out kauri dieback: