Rob Bovey

Biography

Rob was born and bred in rual New Zealand as one of four siblings. Growing up in the sixties and seventies his early experiencces of chruch life were within the Presbyterian church where his father was an elder. Renewing his faith at age twenty-one, he then became inolved with the pentecostal and charismaticchurch movements.Completing a Diploma in Theology (Vision College) has given him insight and the ability to view life and experiences from a biblical perspective. Described as a reliable realist Rob is gifted with a pastoral heart, the prophetic word and mercy.

Life for Rob has seen may valleys and mountain top moments. He has seen the miraculous hand of God at work and experienced the trials and testings of life that develop a deep abiding belief and experience of the faithfullness of God.

Rob is the father of three, and granfather of nine, spending whatever time he can with his grandchildren. He is passionate about Harley's and Holdens, spending many years in 'Rob's Shed' repairing and restoring these grand bikes and cars. The development of chronic illness means a change of direction and new challenges.

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Books

A Realm Beyond
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 12,180. Language: English (New Zealand dialect). Published: December 30, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality
On our journey of life we all experience ups and downs, feelings of hurt and anger, being lost and alone, at times intermingled with fleeting moments of extreme joy. This collection of poems, by Rob Bovey, is inspired by real life situations; a written video if you like, of things seen and experienced that all can identify with.

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