Life - what it means to me | Two reflections from Andrew Gamman and David Hill

 

Two very different views of life from two characters in Methodism

Andrew Gamman

is the author of The Life-Death Paradox, p. 4. He is an Accredited minister of the Baptist Churches of New Zealand and in Full Connexion with the Methodist Church of New Zealand Te Haahi Weteriana O Aotearoa. His ministry background is in church planting, pastoral leadership and theological education. He is presently employed as a Methodist minister and as Director of Kereru Publishing.


David Hill

We Know We Are More Than We Can Tell, p. 10, was born in Oamaru, but has spent most of his adult life in Christchurch. He is a father of two, a journalist and keeps four pet bantam hens in the backyard. He has had a lifelong interest in history, which has now got bigger, as he seeks to learn about life, the universe and the whole space-time continuum thing. He is a regular contributor to kiwiconnexion with a highly active social conscience and a thirst for knowledge..

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