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The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) together with the Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA) and the Nigeria Evangelical Fellowship (NEF) calls for prayer for Leah Sharibu, a Christian girl who ... See more

Auckland Prayer Breakfast

We are looking forward to a fantastic morning of celebrating Auckland, prayer, fellowship and great food.

And some of our sponsors have great resources to share with those who can make it. But if ... See more

We are into the final countdown to this year's Auckland Prayer Breakfast, but there are still a few seats left. 28 General admission and 1 table for 12, to be exact!

Better be quick. We have to ... See more

Cross-Cultural Leadership Course

This course is being coordinated by Bryan Johnson to empower people to make disciples from many cultural backgrounds using Biblical concepts of humility, honour and ... See more

Auckland Prayer Breakfast

We are excited to offer copies of the Te Rongopai DVD at this year's Auckland Prayer Breakfast for a reduced price of $15 per copy to be collected at the breakfast from the NZCN information ... See more

Te Rongopai DVD - Learn more about the fascinating and inspiring Christian history of Aotearoa, and journey around significant locations. 106 mins. Written and presented by historian, Dr Stuart ... See more

Auckland Prayer Breakfast

If you are in Auckland and want to join in at this year's Auckland Prayer Breakfast, you best get in quick! Earlybird pricing is available until 18 September, when tickets go up to $30 each.

We are ... See more

We are looking forward to this year's prayer breakfast. Hope you can join us!

http://aucklandprayerbreakfast.org.nz

Auckland Prayer Breakfast

It's true. Good things happen when we spend quality time with each other. We sure hope you can join us this year at Eden Park for the annual Auckland Prayer Breakfast.

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We are looking forward to this year's prayer breakfast. Hope you can join us!

http://aucklandprayerbreakfast.org.nz

Elevate Christian Disability Trust

Elevate's annual National Camp is less than six weeks away! Spaces for campers are almost filled but they still in need of volunteers.

Would you be able to spread the word to your church? These ... See more

National Camp is only 8 weeks away!
Have you been thinking about volunteering this year? There are still places available for helpers. We would love to have you as part of the team. Head to our ... See more

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Auckland Prayer Breakfast 2018 tickets are on sale now. 3 weeks left for the discounted earlybird rate of $25 per person.

Details: http://www.aucklandprayerbreakfast.org.nz/

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Redesigning New Zealand’s Welfare State — The Case for Radical Reform

September 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of the passage of the first Labour Government’s landmark Social Security Act. On the eve of this important anniversary, it is timely to reflect on the ... See more

September 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of the passage of the first Labour Government’s landmark Social Security Act. On the eve of this important anniversary, it is timely to reflect on the ... See more

Media Prayer Day

It's important to pray, not just for what's going on in the world, but for those who are tasked with keeping us informed.

Spread the word and encourage your church to make time on Sunday 9 September ... See more

We're running Media Prayer Day again this year!! This is an incredible opportunity to come together and build up those working in the media. Mark your diary for Sunday 9th of September and join us in ... See more

Dr Stuart Lange presents a five-part series documenting the story of the Gospel in New Zealand from Samuel Marsden forwards – its impact, the complications, and the way Christianity has had a significant impact in shaping New Zealand society both then and now.

Great for showing in churches, schools, home-groups, youth groups, and for home viewing. Buy copies for yourself, your church, your friends, local libraries.

DVD Run Time: 65 mins in 5 chapters
Price includes packaging and postage within New Zealand

 

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About New Zealand Christian Network

  1. Who we are

    We are a network of Christian churches, organisations, and individuals, established to help the church in New Zealand be more united and effective, and to present a reasoned Christian voice on public issues to media and government.

    We uphold an orthodox biblical (evangelical) Statement of Faith, and we are the NZ member of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), committed to representing evangelical faith positions.

    Our board of reference includes national leaders from all the main denominations.

  2. Vision, Mission, and Kupu

    Centred on Jesus’s prayer ‘may they be one that the world will know’ (Jn 17), our vision is to see unity in the Church and God’s kingdom come in Aotearoa New Zealand.

    MISSION - Helping Christians work together, build the Church, and positively influence society.

    We do this by … developing relationships, identifying critical issues where the Church can be more effective by working together and providing leadership for change. We seek to promote the unity of the Church and reflect publicly the commonly held views by the 500,000 biblically orthodox or evangelical Christians in New Zealand.

    KUPU - Ka mahi tahi, ka ora (From united work comes fulfilment)

  3. What we do

    Since our launch in 2002 we have…

    • organised, participated in, and resourced, dozens of groups and hundreds of significant conversations
    • run 4 Congresses
    • given and mobilised support for large and small evangelism campaigns
    • networked evangelicals in areas such as prayer, marriage, sanctity of life, evangelism, business, and politics
    • represented Heads of Churches in interfaith dialogues
    • issued media releases and made submissions to government select committees where a biblical/evangelical voice was needed
    • appeared on radio and TV
    • participated in public and university debates and forums on important topics.

  4. Why should I be a member?

    You will be adding your weight to a biblical Christian voice on important issues such as secularisation of society, the erosion of marriage and family, and value of life issues.

    You will be identifying with the many calls for unity in scripture, as we foster unity across denominations, ministries, and across the country.

    You will also have the opportunity to contribute in forums and online discussions and provide comments about issues you think the Christian Network should be addressing.

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