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Wednesday, 4 March 2015

My World

Busy bee photograph
Busy bee
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courier, the Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

L-R: Linda Mitchell, site delegate, Thomas O'Neill, district organiser, SFWU Service and Food Workers Union - union presentation and petition about food services to the HBDHB Hawke's Bay District Health Board, Hastings. photograph
Jobs on the line
L-R: Linda Mitchell, site delegate, Thomas O'Neill, district organiser, SFWU Service and Food Workers Union - union presentation and petition about food services to the HBDHB Hawke's Bay District Health Board, Hastings.

L-R: John Collyns, executive director, Retirement Villages Association of New Zealand, guest speaker at Age Concern, Napier, pictured  with Milica Majstorovic. photograph
Happy homemakers
L-R: John Collyns, executive director, Retirement Villages Association of New Zealand, guest speaker at Age Concern, Napier, pictured  with Milica Majstorovic.

Susy Sanders, USA, in Hawke's Bay for a crisis conference at Hawke's Bay Hospital, Hastings. photograph
Worked through 9-11
Susy Sanders, USA, in Hawke's Bay for a crisis conference at Hawke's Bay Hospital, Hastings.

Bishop Victoria Matthews, Bishop of Christchurch Anglican Church, speaking at a crisis conference at Hawke's Bay Hospital, Hastings. photograph
Serious business
Bishop Victoria Matthews, Bishop of Christchurch Anglican Church, speaking at a crisis conference at Hawke's Bay Hospital, Hastings.

Mark Barlow, New Zealand Police chaplain, speaking at a crisis conference at Hawke's Bay Hospital, Hastings. photograph
Lighter moments
Mark Barlow, New Zealand Police chaplain, speaking at a crisis conference at Hawke's Bay Hospital, Hastings.

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Monday, 2 March 2015

Sunday, 1 March 2015

Living the Dream

"Team of business revivalists were having dinner at a restaurant in NYC. Another table of middle aged women were celebrating a birthday and making just as much noise but for different reasons.

Business revivalists decide to go over and give them a spiritual blessing. Turns out they are French Canadian teachers. Team just happened to have a French member so got her to bless them in French then in English with team surrounding and laying hands on their shoulders.

Next thing it breaks up with groups of revivalists praying over each teacher for physical pain, marriage pain, children pain and generally releasing hope and blessing. One of the women had fibro myalgia and would wake each morning with pain and low energy.

The next day the business team were having lunch at the Shake Shack in downtown NYC and literally bumped into the same women! Turns out she had woken that morning feeling great! (4.13) Andy Mason"

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Dream Culture: Bringing your Dreams to Life

My World

Bluff Hill, Napier, from across Hawke Bay photograph
Bluff Hill, Napier
from across Hawke Bay
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Saturday, 28 February 2015

My World

A spear head, still popular on modern wrought iron fences photograph
A spear head
Still popular on modern wrought iron fences
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Friday, 27 February 2015

My World

This one was called "Suicide Bomber", though I didn't find it that hot photograph
This one was called "Suicide Bomber", though I didn't find it that hot
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J