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  • Global Nulife

    Do you want to do something for Jesus in the third world? We have an opportunity for you that will change your life and give you great fulfilment in your service for the Lord Jesus Christ. Every year, we travel into India, the land of one billion plus people and minister to the Leaders, the villages, churches, new places, children's meetings, leprosy villages etc.

    Every year we travel into India, the land of one billion plus people, and minister to the leaders, the village churches, the children, leprosy villages, etc.

    Mission trips leave from New Zealand each January and last about 3 weeks.

    Please contact nancy@globalnulife.org if you are interested in coming on this team.


  • Do you want to do something for Jesus in the third world? Join Global Nulife Ministries annual Mission to India in January 2015. See the notice below.

Global Nulife Ministries Mission Trip Notice
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  • Prison Ministry

    What’s it all about?

    Prisoners are people whose lives have been interrupted, and are for a time open to receive love, hope and encouragement from anyone who will visit in their isolation. People from Tokoroa Elim Christian Centre are involved in visiting prisoners as part of the overall chapel programmes.

    The Aim

    To serve the prisoners in their time of need; offering them encouragement; growth and reassurance of God’s hand on their lives.

    How can I be involved?

    We are eager for more “freedom fighters” – intercessors, visitors, mentors, teachers, worship leaders, pen pals and encouragers. If you believe God maybe calling you to be involved, contact us.

    “You can’t go back and make a brand new start, but you can start today and make a brand new ending.” It's never too late to start again



Cambodian Harvest Newsletter

A copy of Marion Fromm's Newsletter for August 2014 is available in PDF format here.
Elim Christian Centre Tokoroa supports Marion's work in Cambodia and our missionary, Carole, is presently there and some of her work is mentioned in the Newsletter.

Please click on the PDF Icon below to read.

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