New Zealand Christian Writers

New Zealand Christian Writers

Debbie McDermott was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, where she met and married her husband Sean in 1990 and subsequently migrated to New Zealand..

  • Liverpool 22 points clear in Winter break!

    England’s inaugural Winter break has taken place with many Premier League clubs giving their players some much needed rest.

  • The Sheelagh Wegman Story

    Sheelagh Wegman writes  -  My story will probably seem a bit strange to some people. I sometimes feel wistful, when I read the stories of other Christian folk who were brought up in loving and stable Christian families with siblings and cousins and a close community. They seemed to have been very blessed.

  • The Cheryl McGrath Story

  • The Esther Koh Story

    During a choir practice, the person-in-charge was taking attendance and called out ‘Esther’. Four heads turned and one asked, “which Esther?”.

  • Top things about New Zealand

    It was interesting to read an article in Stuff NZ in April the Best 10 Things about New Zealand by an American tourist.

  • Kobe Bryant death: Christian leaders pay tribute to NBA star, daughter Gianna, and crash victims

    NBA legend, Kobe Bryant, died on Sunday after a helicopter he was travelling in crashed and burst into flames in Calabasas, California. His 13-year-old daughter Gianna, who was also known as "Gigi," was also on board and died along with seven others.

  • The John Lemmon Story

    I have reached an age where I can look back over my life and recognise the hand of God guiding, nudging, directing and leading me to where I am today. Throughout my life I see one thing is apparent: God had a plan.

  • The Rebecca Moore story

    I was born in a small country town in Queensland called Murgon, to my lovely parents, Salvation Army Pastors (now retired) Majors Alan and Jenny Peterson. My childhood years were fun and spent largely around the church, piano lessons, books, school, having wonderful adventures with my siblings and moving houses.

  • The Susan Barnes Story

    When I was thirteen-years-old, I decided to start attending church. In retrospect this was a rather bizarre decision given that I didn’t know any Christians. I had been sent to Sunday School rather irregularly as a child and so I had a vague idea of how church worked.

  • Liverpool Extend Lead!

    Liverpool were less than impressive, however still managed to cruise past a gallant Watford, winning 2-0 to kick off round 17 with Saturday’s early kick off at Anfield.

  • The Peter Nelson Story

    I was born in Launceston in 1943 and had the privilege of being brought up in a wonderful home and extended family and church. Through my church I came to know the Lord Jesus Christ and sought to follow Him ever since.