Learning about Christianity, the church, Christianity in New Zealand and Christianity’s place in social and moral issues we face today are some of the ways we build and strengthen the Church of Aotearoa. This is why we are making the shift towards categorising and producing content with the objective of helping people understand the role of Christianity both in Aotearoa and globally.
We strive to post articles that are either written by kiwis or are framed to our local and cultural context and are in keeping with a conservative evangelical Christian view.
A reminder to all that we are called to live in unity – to love our brother as we love ourselves. To respect one another’s views, consciences, and choices made.
We set out our take on the new rules as they apply to churches, and also suggest some options for how churches may gather. These are far from easy times, but we are confident that with God’s guidance we can find our way through.
In the last week or so we have become aware of many Christians writing on the matters we have been discussing regarding church and vaccination status. Here are some of them…
As in society at large, Christian people and churches hold a wide range of views on all sorts of things, including some of the current issues around Covid and vaccinations. But here’s our take on what the majority of Christians and churches think in these matters…
Dr Stuart Lange presents his oral submission on behalf of NZ Christian Network to the Justice Select Committee. NZ Christian Network's submission was also highlighted on Radio New Zealand's Midday News on 15 September.
Dr Stuart Lange’s submission (on behalf of NZCN) and suggested additional clause for the Conversion Practices Prohibition Legislation Bill currently before Parliament