‘The medium and me’: Remembering a Christian in the newspaper industry Former New Zealand Herald journalist Garth George was a ‘Christian in the media’. When he officially retired from full time secular journalism, he edited non-denominational newspaper Challenge Weekly for two years and continued writing his weekly column for the New Zealand Herald. He was… Read More “The media are becoming more secular, more worldly, more sensational, more down market, and, therefore, more unchristian then ever”
Anglican Church is not wealthy and does not invest in “sin” 2001. The Anglican Church in New Zealand invests socially, and social responsibility is of high priority. Chief Executive of Trust Investments Management Ltd, Peter Jansen, says the Anglican Church is not a wealthy church and does not invest in sin, in response to a… Read More “We are never consciously investing in prohibited investments”: Anglican church
Surprise, surprise It is a new story this time. I watched with wide eyes, It had never happened before, That way. It would not happen again, That way. I would not see it, again. There was a lot about this, So much I got emotional, A different emotion watching the TV, In real life, the… Read More TV
Stories have a habit of mushrooming and expanding out, which one article can’t handle. The follow-up article continues the story. A follow-up article should follow on from the first story logically. But, sometimes, it’s a different story about the same group and people.