We are thrilled to welcome Luke Kaa-Morgan to the Carey community. Read more about how Luke will be contributing to the life and formation of the college.
‘Emergency’ Worship for Terrorism, Tragedy and Pandemics or Worship for Real Life? Malcolm explains how we need to have a language for suffering in our worship if we are to communicate meaningfully with God, with each other, and with the world around us.
Sam Kilpatrick explores the reality our young people face of finding identity and belonging in digital spaces. How does a theology of neighbouring work in an online environment?
“Fear is here to stay; it is the price of mission, part of the discipleship deal. What we need is a way to quieten our fears, which is not the same as getting rid of them or minimising them.”
“I think when you’re in places for a long time, and you’re intentional about that, then God uses that to connect you with others in your community so that you can take people on that discipleship path.”
Dr Sandy Kerr, Carey’s Kaiārahi-Rangahau Māori, looks back over the last five years at Carey and describes some of the incredible changes that have taken place as we attempt to embody the gospel of Jesus Christ.
This article highlights some of the well-being benefits of trait Emotional Intelligence for the pastoral profession.
Dr Phil Halstead, who teaches pastoral care, has been inspired by some new ideas around the old small group concept. He asks, what if we were to develop groups with upward, inward and outward movement?
Read about some examples of current and research being conducted by Carey Baptist College Staff and their recent publications.
Dr George Wieland asks, “What is this God of mission doing as an increasing number and diversity of people find themselves at home here? And how may we participate in it?”