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I Nga Ra o Mua: The days before us

Archbishop Brown Turei and the whanau of Tairawhiti guide the new Bishop of Waiapu and his family on a pilgrimage around the East Coast. 

MOTW warms up for mission

Manawa o Te Wheke wraps up its 2015 summer school – and plans a running start to the Decade of Mission.

In search of a Kiwi rhetoric

Our ability to speak the truth in love and lace it with a little bit of laughter would do the church's public profile no end of good right now, says Taonga blogger John Bluck.

Inter-faith body affirms shared values

The Shia Muslim-Christian Council of Aotearoa NZ affirms shared values of peace, love and justice.

New book challenges gun violence

The Archbishop of Canterbury contributes to a book challenging the epidemic of gun violence.

Diana picks up the reins at StraNdZ

StraNdZ appoints a new enabler who has worked in children's ministry and graphic design in Wellington and the UK for the past 10 years.

Catching on to the good news

This Sunday: a group of fishermen make the catch of their lives when they respond to Jesus' call to total commitment.

Stirring the air at Te Waipounamu

Diverse faiths are given a stirring welcome to the annual Ministry School at Te Waipounamu.

Approaching Lent with real gratitude

Thousands around the country are signing up to unpack the glory of gratitude – theme of a Lenten series from Theology House in Christchurch.