MatarikiMatariki reminds us of God's greatness at work in creation.
Good or bad?Heading into unchartered territory and pursuing the way of Jesus.
RecalibratingWe are in a season of reconnecting and rebuilding our church gatherings and relationships.
Saying what mattersWith the time he has left, Paul focuses on saying what needs to be said.
Truth in the trialIn the challenges and trials, God is forging and forming our faith.
Developing leaders Developing leaders with integrity amid contemporary culture.
Doable Hard vs. Destructive HardPersevering in a tough season of ministry as we consider how God has been at work.
Worth itOur own moment is filled with challenges; challenges within and in our culture.
Church and camp partnershipsAn encouraging story about churches and campsites working together.
Missing the pointA reflection on Luke 22:7-28; the disciples at the Last Supper.
On the edge of EasterReflecting on the death and resurrection of Christ.
Cross-shaped ministryEncouragement for when ministry feels like a marathon.
Stop Doing, Keep Doing, Start Doing Slowing down and assessing honestly where we are as a church.
Refuge is our resurrected saviourFinding rest and salvation in our resurrected saviour.
RebuildingIf COVID has taught us anything, it is that 'normal' doesn't always mean healthy.
Remember James shows us how the good news of the gospel is adorned by good works.
Leading amid dissensionWhat does Christian Leadership involve in a time of dissension?
Declaring Christ crucifiedPrioritising the gospel of Christ crucified in an age of distraction.
God isThe challenges are real, but they are not central. God is.
Standing at the CentreEphesians 2:13-14 invites me to remember that at the heart of the treaty, is the heart of the cross.
Seven Reminders From EphesiansThings may be difficult, but what's important hasn't changed.
'Come to me'"Come to me all who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest."
Conflict is comingThe next season of ministry will bring conflict, are we navigating conflict at the foot of the cross?
What it means to be the ChurchWhat it means to be the Church in this season of ministry.
Finding meaning in the messThe Christmas Story told in Luke seems like a mess!
Same Place, Different ConditionsBeing prepared for the changing conditions in today's world.
The God of the HarvestIn Luke 10 Jesus sends out the 72. The mission is dangerous. But God is the God of the harvest.
By This Gospel You Are SavedGod, by his Spirit, saved me through Jesus’ death and resurrection. The wonder and delight of God’s grace in Jesus, through the gospel, never gets old.
Replenish, Renew and ReconcileTo renew, replenish, and reconcile them Paul reminds the Corinthians of the content centrality and significance of the gospel.
Finding Our Identity in ChristWe have more leisure and more time saving technology and resources and yet we are one of the least happy generations in history.
Rest in the TensionContemplating rest for leaders from Psalm 23
Back to the FutureWhat Ezra-Nehemiah has to teach us about life at Level 2
Peace Amid UpheavalKeeping the main thing the main thing
Yes, No The integrity of Christian leadership resounds in what we say 'yes' to, and what we say 'no' to.
There's HopeMatthew 1:18-2:18 reminds us there is hope in a horrible year. Mary knows a horrible year. She’ll wear the stigma and shame ...
Confidence in the Cross of ChristPaul’s confidence in Christ and the cross enables him to cope with challenges and change. 2020 has been a year of ...
Encountering Christ this EasterWe are Easter Leaders. We always have been but now more than ever. As Easter Leaders we know we encounter our risen Jesus.
Confidence in ChristPaul and the Philippians Christians face real uncertainty, complexity and difficulty. We look at Paul's confidence in Chapter 3.
What comes next? A look at Philippians to start thinking about life in a world recovering from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Right people, right timeIn these unprecedented days, you, because of Jesus, are the right people, at the right time, for the churches, campsites and support ministries you serve.
Jesus ImmanuelThis Christmas, I am moved to tears by the depths of the grace of God shown to me in Jesus Christ.
Encountering Christ through ScriptureI recently returned from the International Brethren Conference on Mission. A standout moment for me came from John Lennox, the main speaker, talking about Nigel Lee.
After the fireHope Community Church (HCC) Lead Pastor Daryl Bay reflects on the way God has been at work in their church and in their community...
Growing a mustard seed cultureLyndon Frost is 5-months into a new role at Te Awamutu Bible Chapel—there’s a huge amount he could be doing...
Responding to terror with hope In the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks, Mark Grace reflects on the Apostle Paul's words to Timothy in the gospel
Who are the next generation of leaders among you?The elders at Hope Community Church in Nelson prayed, asking God to guide them in how to grow as a church.
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