Wiremu Tamihana Tarapipipi te Waharoa was a significant figure in 1800s Aotearoa. With a call to peacemaking and advanced skills in contextual biblical interpretation, this Māori chief was key in the Kingitanga movement, founded two communities of peace, and grappled with deep contradictions through the wars for land that devastated the Waikato. Steve Taylor in…

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When she went on study leave Heather Simpson wondered why it is that we are so afraid of evangelism. And she decided to research how to regain our courage for sharing the gospel, discerned that prayer is key, invited others to join her in a Prayer Experiment and the rest, as they say, is history.…

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This is a fascinating multiple part BBC series in which an Anglican priest travels across continents to experience the understanding and practices of practitioners of 80 different religious traditions – major and not so major. For the first episode in the series go to https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3b17zi and follow your nose from there.

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This excellent website is a meeting point for Christian women, missiology and Muslim women. It contains resources for respectful engagement with Islam, and faith witness.

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This five-part series on DVD was created and recorded by Stuart Lange for the bicentenary of the gospel. It tells the story of Christianity in New Zealand from Samuel Marsden’s sermon in 1814 forward and is designed for churches, schools, home and youth groups.

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Sue Pickering, a NZ Anglican priest and spiritual director, wrote this book inspired by watching attempts in a bird sanctuary to teach an orphaned kokako how to sing, thinking of Christian witness as a singing of our God-song, but of the importance of helping others to find theirs rather than imposing ours. She asks provocative,…

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