Lynne Taylor outlines the keys to surviving and thriving.
Faith and reason
How do you define evil, Richard Dawson asks.
Is it time to rethink what we eat during the pandemic, writes Katie Marcar.
Jordan Redding explains why "freedom of religious expression" is a poor excuse for defending conversion practices.
Sam Mangai warns our society’s zealous acceptance of the critical social justice worldview is making some of us foolishly hypersensitive.
Peter Matheson warns we seem to have entered, culturally and spiritually, a new dark age, but also suggests there is a ray of light at the end of the tunnel.
Dr Greg Marcar explores the perceived tension between the Government’s proposals on hate speech, on the one hand, and free speech, on the other, from a Christian perspective.
Rev Stu Crosson warns of the proposed "hate speech" changes and what this means for truth and freedom.
Graham Redding looks at how our moral compass is changing with our workplaces.
Is it a calling? Ron Gilder discusses life in the clergy.
Self-awareness is the key to developing relationships, writes Lesley Gill.
Let’s treat the homeless with dignity and respect, David Tombs writes.
A friend of mine said she was glad there was no social media when she grew up. Adolescent mistakes have not been photographically captured online forever. Old photos or comments that come to light,...
Why study the Bible? asks Christopher Holmes.
Jenny Beck discusses the blessing of silence.
What moral frameworks will we use to shape our future economic models and practices, asks Andrew Shepherd.
Do we really need to apportion blame, asks Richard Dawson.
Giving something up for a period of time is good for body, mind, and spirit, writes the Rev Dr Lynne M. Baab.
Maori and the church. How do we move forward, Peter Sara asks.
What are the key markers of contemporary religious faith and practice in New Zealand? Unlike Germany, there is no state support for the churches here. Unlike the US, piety is not worn on one’s...