Alan teaches the Block Course “Christian Spirituality”
Alistair is a Pukenga Matua (Course Lecturer) of the Te Ao Māori course in 2018.
He is a farmer, historian and public theologian
Andrew co-teaches Baptist churches and A History of the Gospel in Aotearoa.
His research and teaching interests lie in the intersection of systematic and public theology, seeking to use the insights and resources of systematics to speak and interact with lived realities, social theory, and history.
Beulah is the Programme Leader and Course Lecturer for the Ethnic Ministry Leadership Training Programme
Bradford is a Pukenga Matua (Course Lecturer) of the Te Ao Māori course.
He is an accomplished Māori author, journalist and lecturer with added experience in film and television media.
Caleb is a Kaiako (Tutor) of the Te Ao Māori course and teaches Exploring God’s Word in the Intermission programme.
He is a Youth Pastor and has recently completed his postgraduate study focussing on interactions between Māori and Pakeha during the 20th Century.
Carlton teaches the block course Family and NZ Society
Dixon has been co-ordinating our Reflective Field Education papers and Internships for the Centre for Chinese Research and Training since 2019.
Elliot teaches the Missional Leadership Block course
He serves as Co-Senior Pastor at Papanui Baptist Church in Christchurch, leading alongside his wife Sarah.
Elliot is one of our Carey graduates, having completed the Pastoral Leadership track in 2015, and his Master of Applied Theology in 2017—a thesis engaging the theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar.
Emma teaches the postgraduate course Isaiah: Biblical and Missional Readings along with her colleague Jonathan Robinson.
Geoff teaches the Introduction to Preaching course at Carey.
He is the Dean of Studies at the Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership (Dunedin), where he lectures in preaching, pastoral care and Christian formation.
Jonathan Robinson teaches Interpreting Isaiah for the Carey Graduate School, alongside Emma Stokes.
Jonathan has two hats that relate to this course. First, as a major Bible geek he is just finishing a PhD on the Gospel of Mark’s use of the Old Testament at Otago University.
Karen teaches the Pentateuch course in 2020.
Laurie lectures on Insights into Church History.
Lorraine Taogaga (aka Whaea Lorraine) is the Kaiārahi of the Te Ao Māori Course.
Malcolm lectures at Carey, on creativity and artistic expression in worship.
Mark teaches contemporary apologetics at Carey and sits on the Carey Board.
Mick lectures at Carey in Applied Theology, with a focus on NZ Society, Urban Mission, and Cross Cultural Studies.
Peter will be teaching the Mission of God course in 2020 through the Centre for Chinese Research and Training.
He is currently working on a major writing project and also preaches fairly regularly (mostly in Chinese Churches).
Rewai is a Pukenga Matua (Course Lecturer) of the Te Ao Māori course in 2018.
He is currently serving in the Headquarters of 1 (NZ) Brigade, Linton Military Camp, in a staff role of community engagement and Risk, Health & Safety management and has been an Army Chaplain since 2006.
Stuart lectures at Carey in the History of the Gospel in Aotearoa