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Time 'to set the wheels in motion'

Time to get going – at all levels. The 2015 Missions Conference hears fresh challenges "to bring the whole gospel to the whole world." 
•  Go tell it on the mountain - Chris Wright's final address

Cathedral focuses on penal system

Holy Trinity Cathedral in Auckland aims to enliven discussion on principles and practices for the penal system. 

The Mission Banquet

Taste and see, said the psalmist, that the Lord is good. Our man at the 2015 Missions Conference reports what's on the menu there.
•  Chris Wright's third address - his notes 
•  Following Jesus Christ today - Rosemary Dewerse's text  

Mission: 'our mode of existence'

Almost 400 people jam the King’s College quadrangle at Otahuhu for the powhiri to launch the 2015 Missions Conference.
• Chris Wright's first address - the full text 
• Chris Wright's second address - his notes

Rod Oram urging radical change

Business journalist Rod Oram will speak at the 70th anniversary of Christian World Service in Christchurch next week.

How to gain treasure in heaven

The Gospel this Sunday reminds us that kingdom values are 'upside-down' relative to the world's values.

Cathedral to close for strengthening

Sadness in Taranaki as St Mary’s Cathedral prepares to close temporarily for earthquake strengthening.
• Watch Archbishop Philip and Dean Jamie talk about the closure 

Wellington likened to 'a movement'

The Bishop of Wellington shares a dream with synod: that the diocese resembles a movement rather than an institution.

What’s on the 2015 missions menu?

The 2015 Missions Conference kicks off in less than a week - and the workshops may cause some people to rethink their ideas of mission.