One man's journey from dealing drugs and fighting on the streets of Auckland to a life of leadership and faith.
The disease remains limited almost entirely to animals, but has become noticeably more common among humans in recent years, explains biosecurity expert C Raina MacIntyre.
Establishing in 1886, Signs of the Times magazine has a rich history of sharing God's word through publication—spanning more than a century
New Zealand is faced with a historic vote on euthanasia this month, and who knows when other Australian states will follow Victoria’s lead? What do the results of legalisation in other countries tell us about the risks to vulnerable people?
“No-one can serve two masters,” Jesus said. One man’s life vividly illustrates the battle raging between the forces of good and evil that are each seeking our allegiance.
In 2011, the Aotearoa New Zealand government announced the nation would be smoke-free by 2025. So, are Kiwis quitting? Will NZ meet its ambitious goal?
Assessing whether Coronavirus is a sign of the end.
Many white supremacists identify as Christians. What would Jesus have to say about that?
Are today’s young binge drinkers rejecting an evidence-based treatment?
The last World War I veteran passed away in 2012. With no living connections to that war, 101 years later, how can we still honour those who served and died?
Struggling to understand the refugee experience? You may catch a glimpse if you move to a new country for work or family reasons.
What brings a person to use a gun to take the lives of many?
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