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So'e humble

Having spent the first years of his life locked in a room so his mum could go to work to keep a roof over their heads, Ned So’e grew into a bitter young man. Otara born and bred, So’e spent his early years in poverty and drug-dealing, all the while there was a greater calling on his life. The LIFE Regional Pastor says his troubled past has equipped him with the tools to help others from troubled backgrounds. “It took me 30 years to get over it but now I can talk to young people for 30 minutes and say, ‘these are your keys to unlocking your healing’.” This Sunday, LIFE South opens the doors of its new state-of-the-art Manukau campus with the hope that it will bring life and fellowship to many, including those who may never have set foot in a church before. So’e admits it might seem like there’s a “saturation” of big-name churches in South Auckland and particularly Manukau, but there’s a need for all of them. “There are lost souls in my community who have never heard the