Adulting Milestones: The Success Sequence. by Isaac Khalil. The transition from our teen years to adulthood can be daunting, with a flurry of life-altering decisions and responsibilities. But here is a sequence that can lead to success.
A recent poll in the United States showed that more people are searching for answers from the Bible during this coronavirus pandemic. The poll found that: The poll found that: 44 percent of Americans said they see the current crisis as “a wake-up call for us to turn back to faith in God” or as “signs of coming judgment.”
New Zealand police have been diligently working with social media sites and local Internet providers to remove the footage of the attacks from circulation. “Nowhere in the world is safe” If you Google “safest countries in the world,” you will find many lists of the world’s safest countries based on different metrics.
A 2016/17 New Zealand Health Survey found that one in six adults in New Zealand had been diagnosed with a common mental disorder (such as depression or some other anxiety disorder) at some time in their lives.
New Zealand’s Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages released a list of baby names that were attempted and denied in 2017. The office rejects names that are deemed offensive; are unreasonably long; sound like a title; or are punctuation, numbers or letters
Inhumanity: Are Evil People Animals? by Isaac Khalil. ... After all, we are the subject matter, and we don’t want to consider ourselves as evil people. These verses don’t describe sin and wickedness as an anomaly that makes a person less human. They describe a selfish human nature as being at the core of what we all are.
Andre van Belkum currently serves as the pastor of the Church of God, a Worldwide Association, in New Zealand and the Pacific region. Previously he pastored congregations in southern Africa, including South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
The United States and Britain (and some of its former colonies, such as Canada, Australia and New Zealand) are the nation and group of nations that best fit this biblical description. Archaeological, linguistic and historical information confirm the modern identities of these nations.
Do people’s changing personal opinions change the purposes of God? It is important to understand who really has the authority to define right from wrong. To what extent are people’s opinions the primary authority in determining morality and how society should function? What if their viewpoints and plans disagree with the clear teachings of our Creator, revealed in the Bible?
Please also note that many of these same things could be said about other countries like Australia, Britain, Canada and New Zealand, as well as many non-English-speaking countries. Why is God angry? God is love. He created human beings for an incredible purpose—to welcome us into His family as His children!