After 23 years of outstanding service at Carey, George Wieland has decided it’s time to step down from his role as Director of Mission Research and Formation.
Carey is excited to welcome Emma Stokes as Lecturer in Bible and Mission in 2023. An experienced practitioner and gifted academic, Emma shares Carey’s deep commitment to the mission of God.
Carey is excited to welcome Jonathan Robinson as Lecturer in New Testament in 2023. Jonathan brings to the role 14 years’ experience in pastoral ministry, both in the United Kingdom and New Zealand.
Michael Rhodes, Lecturer in Old Testament, explores the economic rhythms of life for the people of God as laid out in Leviticus. In particular, he discusses the cyclical role of Jubilee in reminding the people to depend on the gracious gifts of God to his people.
Have you ever been in a place of utter hopelessness? Or maybe you are currently struggling to see a way out of the wilderness. From Isaiah 43, Carey Principal, Dr John Tucker, explores both God’s passion for the people of Israel and power to give them real hope in the midst of uncertainty and despair.
Carey Lecturer in Pastoral Care and Counselling, Dr Phil Halstead, discusses the intricacies and challenges of coming out of the pandemic and back to church.
“Since our contexts are different, I think we all need to pause and seek God for guidance, clarity, and courage.”
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.”