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Christians race to help Nepalese

Christian agencies race against the clock to help victims of the worst earthquake in Nepal in 80 years.

Manhattan mission accomplished

The last of a delegation of Pihopatanga reps who've been raising indigenous issues on a New York stage are now filing back to Aotearoa. 
• The AIN Communique
• Australian PM Tony Abbott on 'lifestyle choices.'

Sounds of silence: Anzac Day in London

Anzac Day services in London honour the sacrifices of warriors from downunder, while urging peacemaking and reconciliation. And there is a major contribution by this church to the observances.

Jesus - soulmate for each disciple

The preacher this week asks a thoroughly logical question: If God is love - then who wouldn't want to abide in God?

Religions unite to end poverty

The world's major religions join the World Bank in calling for action to end extreme poverty by 2030.

Jesus moved the stone of death

In his easter sermon, the Archbishop of Canterbury says the resurrection of Jesus "changes our view of the universe."

The world 'must stand with Kenya'

Kenya's Archbishop calls on the international community to stand with his country as it mourns the brutal killing of at least 147 students.
• Pledge to crack down on Boko Haram 

Joseph – on Good Friday

A poem for Good Friday focuses on a father's love for his son.

Slavery growing: Archbishop Moxon

More people are enslaving adults and children for profit, Archbishop David Moxon tells a forum on sexual violence and trafficking.