Listen to this fascinating presentation by Wayne Te Kaawa as he re-visions Christology through a Maori lens by exploring images of Jesus in traditional and contemporary Maori art. 

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A great online resource for worship leaders featuring the songs of Malcolm Gordon and a number of friends, as well as the Illustrated Gospel Projects of Luke and Mark that gather the work of creatives from around Aotearoa and beyond.

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Rev Herron’s sermon on the labourers in the Vineyard reflects contemporary issues of unemployment, and the struggle of returned soldiers to re-integrate. Sermons and lectures from our Collection of Minister’s Personal Papers provide insight into biblical interpretation in Aotearoa New Zealand over the last 150 years. What has changed? What remains the same? A starting…

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This book by James K. Smith, author of ‘Desiring the Kingdom’ offers a more entry-level version of the idea that who and what we worship fundamentally shapes our heart. Including practices for individuals and communities, this book explores the formative potential of worship as a holy habit. Good for big-picture thinking around our worship services.…

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A fantastic, growing, library of short animated videos that summarise the main themes, message, characters, and/or plot lines of the books of the Bible, and key theological and historical concepts (and not just in English). Great for home groups, youth groups, and family services.

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This excellent online portal has been put together by the Presbyterian Youth Ministries. Focusing on the long term discipleship of young people, it offers recommended links to resources arranged under four categories: belief, practices, justice, and life.

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The PCANZ’s own ministry for children and families with a website packed full of ideas, resources, news about events, and more!

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