Sarah Beisly discusses how her participation in Carey's postgraduate paper, Human Flourishing, has enabled her to explore the cross-section of theology and psychological trauma.
In July 2022, Carey had the honour and privilege of unveiling our newly installed whakairo carvings in Te Whare Oranga at a dawn service. These carvings are on permanent display, so be sure to stop by and see them next time you are on campus.
Carey graduate, Lachlan Bull, creatively narrates a story of jubilee. In this story, he offers a unique perspective of jubilee as a cairn, a mound of stones intentionally placed, "marking not just a static point, but also a crossing point, a place in which we cross from what was, to what might be."
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 Alumna, Helen Brereton, talks to us about her time at Carey, why she loves pastoral ministry, and her hope for the church in Aotearoa.
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."
Tom Cadman, is an alumnus of Carey who graduated in 1957. In this article, he reflects back on his journey as a minister of the gospel, while also thinking about the challenge of gospel proclamation today.
Jonathan Chow and Rebecca Webb reflect on their recent summer pastoral placements and answer the question "How did I participate in the good news this summer?"
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.
Tim Given, Carey Alumnus and now Deputy Ambassador for the New Zealand Embassy to the Philippines talks to us about his work and how, for him, it is an act of worship.
From swimming with locals in the river at Dannevirke to engaging at Ihumātao, worship this year has looked a bit different for Carey student, Jono Edmeades.