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Enough is Enough – One Year Anniversary

DESTINY CHURCHES NEW ZEALAND
PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BISHOP BRIAN TAMAKI
SENIOR MINISTER – DESTINY CHURCHES NZ

23 August 2005


Enough is Enough – One Year Anniversary

Today’s Nomination Day also marks the one year anniversary of Enough is Enough, last year’s mass gathering at parliament grounds upholding traditional family values and the institution of marriage.

This Sunday (28th August) at Destiny Church Auckland a special celebration service will be held to commemorate the event.

“The stand we made at parliament grounds for the institution of marriage and the traditional family polarised the country and brought a fresh awareness to issues of family and morality to the public domain. With less than four weeks till election day - I will continue to do my utmost to prevent the anti-family Labour administration returning to power”, says Bishop Tamaki.

Bishop Tamaki cites the Civil Union Act, Relationships Act and the Prostitution Act as examples of immoral laws passed under the Labour-led Government.

“I believe another term under Labour will be disastrous for our country and the future generations. At this service I intend to give my views on the consequences of another term under Labour”, he added.

The service will feature the Destiny Church kapa haka team, an audio visual of last year’s event and a keynote speech by Bishop Tamaki. Richard Lewis, leader of Destiny New Zealand political party, has also been invited to participate.

Event Details

Sunday 28 August at 10am
Destiny Church Auckland
18 Allright Place
Mt Wellington
Phone: 09 570 7150
Email: office@destinychurch.org.nz

ENDS

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