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The Forge is Launching in Tauranga

Thinking Matters Tauranga is launching a new monthly gathering called THE FORGE where you deepen your understanding and awareness of various Christian issues and culturally relevant topics discussed from a biblical worldview. Our first event is next Wednesday the 21st of February, beginning at 7pm. Our launching theme is: You Only Die Once: A Good Death and the Law – Is Euthanasia the Answer? Check out more detail here

What: Presentation by Dr. Jane Silloway Smith with discussions and Q&A
Where: Bethlehem Community Church, 183 Moffat Road, Bethlehem, Tauranga
When: Wednesday 21st February, 7:00pm
Cost: Free – but a Koha/gift for the speaker will be couraged
RSVP: None required! Just turn up.

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About Thinking Matters

Thinking Matters is a New Zealand Christian ministry that exists to encourage the life of the mind in the love of God.

WHAT WE DO

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    Christians with the reasons for believing Christianity

  • Encourage

    followers of Christ to boldly share their faith

  • Engage

    the ideas and worldview of our culture