Tag Archives: Aorearoa

And something light-hearted for February from New Zealand

Rosalie Sugrue of Aotearoa / New Zealand is a frequent contributor to “Touchstone” magazine, often with materials that can be used as ice breakers for Bible studies. This is her contribution for the February issue shared here. Yes, you can … Continue reading

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Autumn in Aotearoa / New Zealand

Two poems of the autumn season in Aotearoa New Zealand. AUTUMN MORNING Heather Kelly White frost on the lawn. Bright sun shinning in a cloudless sky. Many sparrows chattering in the mulch feeding the tree. Little man-made noise intrudes on … Continue reading

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Two poems, Aotearoa and United States / Guatemala

Connections. I am posting two poems today. One is the absolute simplicity of metanoia, written by Erice Fairbrother of Aotearoa, New Zealand. The second is by Todd Jenkins of Fayetteville, Tennessee. Long committed to the organization “Living Waters for the … Continue reading

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