Be Wise, Be Rich
Money: it’s one of the hottest conversation topics. How to get it, how to keep it, and how much is enough.
John D. Rockefeller was an astute Nineteenth century businessman who became America’s first billionaire.
Once when asked how much money would be enough for him, he famously replied ‘Just a little bit more’. If even the richest man in the world never had enough, no wonder money is the topic most people are interested in.
Even Jesus thought this was a major issue. That's why he had more to say about money and possessions than heaven and hell combined. If it was important to Jesus that people learned to deal wisely with money, its right that we take a few weeks and learn how to “be wise, be rich.”
- 12 October: Money, Jealousy and Greed
- 19 October: Money and Justice
- 26 October: Money and Generosity
What's on this week:
|Alpha - Is There More to Life?|
Tuesday 21 October, 07:30PM - 09:00PM
Over 19 million people worldwide have now attended an Alpha Course, an opportunity to explore the meaning of life.
Alpha is an opportunity for anyone to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed setting over 8 weeks. You can expect relevant topics and relatable hosts. Each session includes dessert and refreshments, providing an opportunity to get to know others in a casual setting. As well, there is a talk which examines a different aspect of the Christian faith, then open discussion where no question is too hostile or too simple!
For more information, contact Anthony Rimell on 021-839-520.
Wednesday 22 October, 10:00AM - 11:30AM
A time for pre-schoolers and their mothers and caregivers to have music and movement, fun and a play together. A great morning is provided.
Saturday 25 October, 10:00AM - 02:00PM
A rehrearsal Room workshop run by the the Directors' and Ediotrs' Guild of New Zealand.
Saturday 25 October, 02:00PM - 04:00PM
The Chinese Club meets each week from 2 - 4pm at 80 Rattray Street for conversational English, and for fellowship. This is a great opportunity for Chinese speakers to meet others, connect with their local community, and develop English skills.