Since 1966 the Fellowship has, in one form or another, produced a regular publication for its members. Evangelicals have always been people of the written word, so that the great news of Jesus crucified and risen, and all the missional, doctrinal, pastoral and ethical implications of that gospel might be widely known.
Some of these articles have a particular historical context and will be of great use in observing the development and growth of evangelicalism in New Zealand. Interviews and book reviews will educate and inform, while sermons and reflections on Scripture will encourage and deepen faith in Jesus Christ. We pray that you are richly blessed by these articles.
|Christianity is a Crutch|
Description:Written by Chris Spark. This article is based on a piece originally posted at the Kiwifruit Blog
Description:Latimer's Curate ponders the benefits, or not, of wearing clerical robes during Sunday services
|Contend for the Faith|
Description:Andy Carley writes about the importance of contending for our faith in an age where there are growing calls for the church to bless same sex marriages and ordain those in same sex relationshiops
|Editorial – GAFCON|
Description:Dave Clancey reflects on the significance of GAFCON (Glocal Anglican Future Conference) and the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans
|Editorial – Is structural change something to be concerned about?|
Description:Rev. Dave Clancey explored whether structural change is something to be concerned about.
|Editorial – Ma Whea Commission|
Description:Dave Clancey looks at the issues facing the New Zealand church in the coming years, particularly concerning the legal redefinition of marriage
|GAFCON 2013: The Nairobi Communique|
Description:The Nairobi Communique
|GAFCON Nairobi 2013 Report|
Description:Michael Hewat reports on the Global Anglican Future Conference (Gafcon II) held in Nairobi in October 2013
|God of the Earthquake|
Description:Malcolm Falloon looks at our God of the Earthquake
|Is Motion 30 Constitutional?|
Description:An interview with Don Mathieson.
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