Where: Grace Presbyterian Church,
156 Armagh St, Christchurch Central, Christchurch 8011. The Google map is on this page below the registration form.
Share Your Faith Workshop
Life Centre, 8/23 Springs Road, East Tamaki, Auckland. The Google map is on this page below the registration form.
Chinese Classic EE Clinic, 04 – 08 September, Chinese Alliance Christian Church, Auckland. The Google map is on this page below the registration form.
XEE Workshop, 12, 19 & 20 August,
Where: Massey Community Church, 8 Vadam Rd, Massey, West Auckland. The Google map is on this page below the registration form.
Share Your Faith / EV2 Workshop, Starting Tuesday 25 July for 10 weeks, ending 25 September,
Botany Elim Church, Botany. The Google map is on this page below the registration form.
Hope for Kids Workshop, 21 – 23 July 2017, Te Whanau Putahi, Hamilton. The Google map is on this page below the registration form.
Address: 37 Oxford St, Fairfield, Hamilton 3214
Once again we had a wonderful time of fellowship and thanksgiving at our Supporters’ Dinner last month. The reports from the various ministries were so inspiring and a true testimony that God is at work: in New Zealand, in the Pacific, and worldwide. Without your support that could never have happened.
When you did your EE training, you were given a booklet called Partners in Praying. Have you looked at it lately? One of the key verses come from Ex 17:9-13, where Aaron and Hur helped to keep Moses’s hands up. They were his support troops. You are our support troop and without your prayers EE would be totally ineffective.
Our team is gradually growing and we are very excited about a Visioning Day we have planned on 5 July when we will discuss how God wants us to grow and what we need to change. We are also working on improving our avenues of communication (making them more 21st century).
Thank you for holding our hands high. Thank you for rejoicing with us. May we continue to build each other up and encourage one another.
Interim Director/Facilitator of EENZ
We recently completed the XEE implementation workshop at Remuera Chinese Methodist Church and during the on-the-job training, an Iranian Muslim man, who heard the gospel for the very first time, said “I have never heard anything like this before, thanks for sharing with me”. The seed was planted in his heart and he has agreed to a weekly bible study to learn more about Jesus. Praise the Lord! I also shared the gospel with a young waitress who was suffering from depression and was suicidal. She accepted Christ and felt immediately the depression leave her. The power of God was evident as she was filled in the Spirit. I am now discipling her to grow in Christ. We have also completed the Share Your Faith workshop in Massey Presbyterian church, which went really well. Thank you for all your prayers. We will now go on and complete the seven weeks EV2 with couple of trainees.
May was a very full month, beginning as it did with the Supporters’ Dinner. How good it was to meet up again with ‘EEians’ from right across the spectrum and be encouraged and challenged about seeing mission local and international as being one. Shortly after, I was off to Arden Woods, North Carolina, USA, for our first in person Vice-President’s Conference and meeting with the EE International Board. It wasn’t nearly as scary as I expected! It was so good working together and feeling free to express one’s views and insight. I couldn’t help thinking how amazing it is that each VP represents a different continent of the world but we are one in Christ and He is building us into a team.
A sadness during the week was the passing of Anne Kennedy, wife of Dr. James Kennedy, Founder and First President of EE. She was one of his first trainees and thereafter, to the age of 91, she made it her aim to share the Gospel with someone every week. She wrote the names of every person she led to Christ in a notebook, filling many of them in her lifetime. Imagine the welcome she will have into heaven.
The end of May found me in Fiji, where I was seeking to help the Board better understand its role in directing the ministry and in supporting the National Director. In the coming months I’m planning similar trips to the other nations.
May God bless you in your mission, Anne Bowie.
VP for Oceania