Tom Innes observes the radical 'about turns' in the disciples' lives as the truth of the resurrection dawns on the road to Emmaus.
The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services has applauded today's 'great news' of a settlement in the carers' pay equity case.
The following is a prayer meditation which the Archbishops are holding in their hearts this Easter. They offer it to you.
Peter Carrell takes a fresh look at what Jesus chose to provoke and proclaim as he entered Jerusalem.
A former Westpac Bank Chief Economist, Brendan O'Donovan has been appointed as a trustee of the New Zealand Anglican Church Pension Board.
St John's College is inviting Kiwi theologians to take part in a theological review of the Three Tikanga structure of the Anglican Church in these islands.
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.
Auckland's Disability Faith Community celebrates a landmark in its life together, and applauds the licensing of its first chaplain.
Tributes are paid to the woman who, for 40 years, has driven the development of the John Kinder Theological Library into becoming one of the most significant theological libraries in Australasia.