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My short-lived life without prayer

In "Talking to God" Imogen de la Bere tells the story of how a global pandemic stopped short her attempt to live without constant prayer.

An insuring tale: saved from fire

Alister Hendery had never heard of the Anglican Insurance Board – the AIB – till the moment he really needed it.

Harry Potter or Theology? Both.

Liz Caughey revels in the history and traditions of Oxford and takes in some top notch theology too.

Revisiting the art of preaching

Bishop John Bluck has published a new book that unpacks the art of preaching.

In Preaching inside Out this former journalist, preaching lecturer and communications director for the WCC illustrates the core components of good preaching, drawing on high points from his half-century corpus of sermons.

Bishop John's introduction to his book follows below.

Searching geopolitics for Jesus

Imogen de la Bere looks on as Europe reels from yet another unexpected terror in their midst. Where can we find God’s imprint in such times? she asks.

The church needs storytellers

The Rev Jayson Rhodes attends the Installation of Tim Noon as Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral. 

Be prepared for the reign

Let's work towards more than Christmas this Advent.

Climate change 'also a moral issue'

Climate change is one of the most important moral issues of our time, says the new Dean of Christchurch. 

Diversity in prime-time media

Dean Jo Kelly-Moore applauds Rachel Smalley's stand on diversity of voices in prime-time media.

Where’s the fire?

After Marsden, what?

Imagine what 2015 could be...

More than DIY in our DNA

A hot kettle

Up country: the real thing


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Lessons from lockdown at Wellington City Mission

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Helen-Ann Hartley

Worshipping God without barriers

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Worshipping God without barriers

Giles Fraser

The CofE has retreated to the kitchen

Giles Fraser

The CofE has retreated to the kitchen

Mark MacDonald

Why Indigenous authority matters to you

Mark MacDonald

Why Indigenous authority matters to you

Thabo Makgoba

Witnessing Cyclone Idai's impact on our people

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Witnessing Cyclone Idai's impact on our people

Max Whitaker

Flirting with Marcion heresy

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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018