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Te Kahu’s continuing legacy

February 17, 2021 | CareyBC

Manakinui (far left) with mum Josie, Joshua, Rewai and Caleb Te Kahu   Ehara taku toa I te toa takitahi, he toa takitini. Koia te ahuatanga o ngā takitini, he mana ngā ingoa ki te...Read More

John Tucker on Sabbatical Leave

February 17, 2021 | CareyBC

Dr John Tucker, Carey’s Principal, is on Sabbatical and Research Leave during the first semester of this year. Sabbatical or research leave is a normal rhythm for tertiary institutions,...Read More

The Living Word

December 2, 2020 | CareyBC

By John Tucker Last month Carey hosted a conference on preaching for the Chinese Christian community. It was a rich conversation about the five essential ingredients of preaching that...Read More

Recalibrate… reconnect… recreate.

December 2, 2020 | CareyBC

Recalibrate If you have come to the end of this year feeling tired and weary you are not alone. Since our first COVID induced lockdown in March, we have been very much ‘off map’ in...Read More

Loss, Laughter and Love

October 13, 2020 | CareyBC

Written by Rachel Roche Catchy title right? I can hear your brain whirring… “ Three point article with alliteration. Cute picture to draw us in, and how will she apply all this?...Read More

Thanks for the Unexpected Gift

October 13, 2020 | CareyBC

Written by Bridget Barnard Recently I have been confronted by my conflicting attempts to trust in God’s loving faithfulness while striving to exert control over this...Read More

Learning to Listen

June 8, 2020 | CareyBC

   What shall I say? Many of us have been agonizing over that question. What can we say, whether we’re talking with family at home, participating in conversations that swirl around at work,...Read More