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Kingsley Update

Congratulations to Some Kingsley Graduates Every semester, more students graduate from our four awards. Three of those graduates were able to celebrate and be recognized for their achievement at the Pastor’s conference. Congratulations Nathan Bell, Scott Lucas and Scott Griffith!

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Leaving No One Behind

What does it mean to empower the vulnerable? Building on the principle of “leaving no one behind” the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in September 2015, which includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Achim Steiner, Administrator

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Compassion

When Moses ascended Mount Sinai to receive the Law, he didn’t know what he was going to get was a revelation of the character and nature of God: Exodus 34 6And he passed in front of Moses, proclaiming, “The Lord, the Lord, the

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The Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand

Recently the Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand ran their National Conference, ConneXion. Rev. Rex Rigby was able to attend and preach at the opening worship service. The Conference was a wonderful time of fellowship as well as a fruitful

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World Hope

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Kingsley Update

Within Kingsley College our vision is to develop and equip people to work in and through their local church to shape their world. We do that work to develop and equip others by connecting students to training in a training

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Rise Up Retreat

Wesleyan Women (WW) have been planning for a number of years for a National Women’s Retreat. Our planning and prayers came to fruition in August this year with Rise Up Retreat. The enthusiasm for Rise Up was beyond what we

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Kingsley Update

Church Planting Study Becoming a Reality It has been almost two years since David Robertson completed study of Church Planting and Development with Kingsley College. His final project for the subject was to draft a proposal for a church plant.

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World Hope Update

There are a lot of challenges that affect Cambodia’s food security. Change in average temperature, timing of rainfall, and unpredictable weather mean that fisheries, livestock, and crop production struggle. Because there’s no national irrigation system, communities located just kilometres from

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Kingsley Update

A Visit from Old Friends Robert Mattke followed Leo Cox as Kingsley College principal in 1953. While Robert, Jeanette and their daughter Sharon lived and worked at the college their second daughter Beth was born. This week at the College

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