New research released today by The Housing Foundation presents a clear and compelling case for investment in affordable housing.
The leaders of the two largest Christian denominations in this country have spoken out in support of new research which proves the social and economic benefits of home ownership.
Quality housing is a basic human right, say Archbishop Philip Richardson and Bishop Muru Walters – and they commend the St David’s Naenae community for their sit-in.
Christchurch's Church Property Trust General Manager, Gavin Holley explains the history of negotiations over the future of ChristChurch Cathedral.
Dr Rosemary Dewerse unravels a thread running through Passion Sunday: lifeless bodies can be made into new flesh through the power of Christ.
James Harding relays Jesus' healing encounter with the blind man: the man whose eyes Jesus opened, not only to see the world, but to see God's truth alive within it.
Sarah Harris contrasts Nicodemus' cautious approach to Jesus, with the Samaritan woman's bold, 'broad daylight' faith at the well.
Bishop Kelvin Wright hears the rush of the Holy Spirit as each of this week's readings joins Jesus and Nicodemus to speak on the power of faith.
Graham O'Brien delves into Jesus' call to return to God, as we look to the beginning of Lent next week.