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.
Jared Suisted looks at why he believes what he believes, so as to be able to share that more effectively with others.
We recently asked Bachelor of Applied Theology student and Student Association Vice-President Rebecca Hooper to share her insights into studying at Carey.
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?
Jamie Dempster,Youth Pastor at Katikati Community Baptist Church, reflects on the lead up to Easter Camp 2021.
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?”
Andrew Page was awarded Carey’s Brian Smith Award for Excellence in the Understanding and Practice of Mission in 2021. Here he reflects on 18-plus years of serving within global missions.
Richard Goodwin, who recently reunited with the rest of the class of 2002 shares his story of where God has led him since graduating from Carey.
This beautiful symbolic artefact, crafted by Nicola Mountfort, was inspired by the weaving together of people by the pōwhiri process on her recent Noho Marae. The challenge now, she writes, is how as church leaders can we weave people together?
After 19 years, the class of 2002 reunited for a weekend retreat at the Bowentown baches in March this year. Coming from all over New Zealand, they bonded over good food, beautiful scenery and shared their highs and lows since graduating.