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Seeing the church in 2020

February 11, 2020 | CareyBC

   One of the most powerful films that I’ve seen in recent years is a film about a stuttering prince who became a reluctant king because his older brother abdicated the throne. Have you seen...Read More

Looking up, back, and around

February 11, 2020 | CareyBC

    Looking up, back, and around (learning to lead yourself). “From our own observation and painful personal experience, we know that the cleanest way for an organization to bring you down...Read More

SENDing 2019: a student reflection

December 5, 2019 | CareyBC

SENDing is a highlight on the Carey calendar as students and staff are celebrated and, for the past two years, I have been an observer while imagining what it will be like to be SENT...Read More

Christmas: Who is your King?

December 5, 2019 | CareyBC

  Are you looking forward to Christmas? An advent reflection Are you looking forward to Christmas? That was the question put to a number of Kiwis in a Readers’ Digest survey. The responses...Read More

Introducing Denise Tims

November 27, 2019 | CareyBC

It is an honour to be led by people on our governing Board who hold a vision for Carey and are dedicated to seeing our students intentionally engaging in God’s world.  Denise is a passionate...Read More

Ethnic Ministry Training has been Life Changing

November 27, 2019 | CareyBC

Eva Koh didn’t think she was an adequate leader in her church, even though she had a deep sense of calling to ministry work, but completing the ethnic ministry training course has been life...Read More

Do Statistics Really Matter? Census Musings

October 2, 2019 | CareyBC

Today at church I was reminded of the awesomeness of Jesus. This shouldn’t be surprising as I am a part of a church where Jesus is always preached. Sermons are bibilical, faith-building and...Read More

Protecting Ihumātao

August 16, 2019 | CareyBC

Ihumātao is an issue of our times. It is a significant moment in the history of our nation and for Carey Baptist College, located just a few kilometers from the settlement of Ihumātao, it is...Read More