Dan Bremnes & Strahan – <br /> Worship Tour

Dan Bremnes & Strahan –
Worship Tour

Thursday, 14 April 2016 — Amy Turner

Tearfund, Life FM and Rhema are excited to bring you the Dan Bremnes and Strahan Worship Tour this May. You won't want to miss this special night of worship as two of Christian music's brightest stars come together to share their music and join with the church in lifting up the name of Jesus.

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Juliagrace and Chem – <br /> The Wait is Over

Juliagrace and Chem –
The Wait is Over

Monday, 04 April 2016 — Phil Botha

April and May are the months we are focusing on ending the wait for children across the world.  To do this Tearfund have enlisted the incredible talents of Juliagrace and singer/songwriter duo Chem  (Emily Rice and Charles Looker).

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Empower Tour – March 3rd to 13th

Empower Tour – March 3rd to 13th

Wednesday, 24 February 2016 — Phil Botha

Do you believe in social justice and want to know the best way to help our neighbours in the developing world? 

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I Am Not Forgotten - Feb 11-28

I Am Not Forgotten - Feb 11-28

Thursday, 03 December 2015 — Amy Turner

This February, Tearfund brings you a real story of hope and transformation as we tour the country with former sponsored child, Richmond Wandera. Richmond's childhood and life experiences have inspired and impacted people throughout the world.
"I Am Not Forgotten" promises to deliver a uniquely inspiring evening that highlights the eternal love that God has for us and the hope that we find in Him. 

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People

People's Climate March – 28th November

Tuesday, 17 November 2015 — Alex Carter

With droughts, cyclones, and rising seas, life is getting harder for poor communities because of climate change. Join in the People’s Climate March in support of our sponsored children and the people our partners serve, as the crucial talks kick off in Paris.

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Queenstown Classic – March 2016

Queenstown Classic – March 2016

Monday, 16 November 2015 — Alex Carter

Tearfund is proud to be a beneficiary charity of the Queenstown Classic. This is a three day bike ride from March 6-8th 2016 traversing 300km of dramatic and stunning scenery with like minded people all wanting to break the poverty cycle. You can ride the event and choose Tearfund Poverty Cycle as your charity. You will be supporting us fight sex trafficking. Contact beth@tearfund.org.nz if you have any questions.

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Tour of New Zealand

Tour of New Zealand

Monday, 16 November 2015 — Alex Carter

Have you ever dreamt of cycling the length of either the North or the South Island? Tearfund has been invited to be one of the charity partners on this epic Tour and we invite you to cycle the Tour for us. Interested?

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Ricoh Legends of Cycling Dinner

Ricoh Legends of Cycling Dinner

Monday, 16 November 2015 — Alex Carter

Tearfund is proud to be the charity for the Ricoh Legends of Cycling Dinner on January 28th 2016. The bike has become a powerful symbol in Tearfund’s fight against sex trafficking and this event brings together Kiwis who love the sport of cycling to meet world famous cycling greats: Greg Lemond, Phil Liggett and Julian Dean. Tickets are available to this amazing dinner.

 

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Life after Faith Like Potatoes – Nov 12-22

Life after Faith Like Potatoes – Nov 12-22

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 — Alex Carter

We are excited to have actor, Frank Rautenbach, and singer-songwriter, David Lyle Morris, touring the country this November. Find out if they are coming to a town near you.

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Tearfund Poverty Cycle - Aug 27, 2016

Tearfund Poverty Cycle - Aug 27, 2016

Tuesday, 20 October 2015 — Alex Carter

The annual Tearfund Poverty Cycle Challenge is a chance for you to get on your bike and raise funds for some of the world’s most vulnerable children. Each year it sees businesses, sports teams, schools and community organisations competing for the fastest time and best fundraisers.

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Live Below the Line

Live Below the Line

Sunday, 18 October 2015 — Alex Carter

Live below the line, held in September, challenges Kiwis to eat on $2.25 a day to raise money to help the estimated 21 million people trapped in slavery.

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