Te Rongopai DVD
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.
DVD: 65 mins in 5 chapters and can be played in any zone
Price includes postage and packaging within New Zealand
Donations over $5 are tax-deductible
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.
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)
Since our launch in 2002 we have…
The best way to keep connected is by subscribing to our newsletter or following us on Facebook.
We appreciate your support. Please contact us with any queries you have regarding general business, donations, advertising and event listings.
These are unprecedented times for Aotearoa, and indeed for the world. More than ever we need Christian believers to unite in prayer!
New Zealand Christian Network is delighted to announce that it has been able to work with a number of groups (NZCN, Move NZ, Rhema Broadcasting, Intercessors for NZ, Missions Interlink, and the World Evangelical Alliance) to pull together Pray As One NZ, a 9-day initiative intended to unite Christians all over NZ in prayer and fasting for our nation. We are inviting leaders from all over NZ to join us in leading this initiative.
This will begin with national day of prayer on Wed. 1 April, with a full day (5:45am – 6pm) Zoom prayer conference, followed by an evening live streamed prayer and worship service (8-9pm).
Days 2-9 will consist of a nightly 1-hour interactive Zoom prayer conference, from 8-9 pm.
Please go to the Pray As One NZ website and get the word out to your church and other Christian friends by sharing this with others.
Further details about Wednesday and the 8 days following will be uploaded on to the website.
Christians eager to be responsible about COVID-19 21 March 2020 The New Zealand Christian Network, the alliance of evangelical churches, organisations and individuals in Aotearoa New Zealand, commends the New Zealand Government for its leadership in... Read more
Today, 17 March 2020, the national leaders of most New Zealand church denominations gathered together in Wellington, within sight of Parliament. We want to say to every MP: we urge you to look deep into your own moral conscience, and to vote against... Read more
On behalf of the World Evangelical Alliance, Secretary-General Bp Efraim Tendero offered the following prayer amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Read more
MPs are proceeding with making amendments to the proposed Abortion Legislation Bill before its 3rd reading. Will you do something to help sway the vote in favour of protecting the lives of both mothers and children? Here's what you need to know. Read more
A letter urging Christian leaders to demonstrate a united voice on the abortion issue and against the proposed Abortion Legislation Bill Read more
So says a Canadian doctor who suggests that young children will benefit from becoming involved. NZCN is not endorsing this article, but are running it to illustrate the attempts to normalise euthanasia. Read more
Many churches struggle with balancing the books and with inspiring their congregation about giving. This eight-point approach emphasises the importance of a vision and mission for the church that is understood and owned by the congregation. Read more
"But what about women who have been raped?" Jacqui's story addresses that question and she wanted to make an oral submission to the select committee regarding the proposed changes to abortion law but was declined. Watch her deeply personal and moving... Read more
Media Release: Amid the continuous spread of the Corona Virus, now called COVID-19, the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) calls for churches to join in prayers for the millions affected directly and indirectly. Read more
Media Release: The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) deeply grieves the recent acts of aggression and violence between the United States of America and the Islamic Republic of Iran, in Iraq. Read more
Stuart reports on the recent General Assembly of the World Evangelical Alliance, in Indonesia, that 7 New Zealanders attended. Read more
Wynand and Nikki from FamilyLife NZ speak to Andrew on radio Rhema about giving your parents the gift of a tribute. Read more
New Zealand has just taken a leap towards the final solution for people we can’t – or won’t – look after well. A decisive majority of MPs has approved the End of Life Choice Act, which will legalise assisted suicide if it is approved at a public refe... Read more
Who am I, really? Who defines me? Is it what I am or who I am that counts? What is 'identity politics' and how does it affect how I view myself - and others? Read more
Eleven years after the 2008 WEA General Assembly, we sense the mighty move of the Holy Spirit... What must evangelism and disciple-making look like in the coming decade? Read more
Planting or running a church is not without challenges. The exciting prospect of facilitating the gathering of believers comes with a number of important considerations, many of which touch on complex areas of New Zealand Law... Read more
Copyright © 2020 NZ Christian Network