Money, Monks, Marx and Markets: Christians Against Poverty

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Today we continue our new series called ‘Money, Monks, Marx and Markets’. We spend it, borrow it, save it, invest it, make more of it, lose it, give it away, and have our lives shaped by it, but how can we do all those things wisely? This series explores the impact that our faith can […]

Money, Monks, Marx and Markets – Week 2

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Matthew 26:6-12, Mark 8:36, James 5:1-6 Today we will hear from Julian Wood. “All right. Where is the poison? The battle of wits has begun. It ends when you decide and we both drink, and find out who is right… and who is dead.” Through our actions and choices, we breathe life into an economic […]

Money, Monks, Marx and Markets – Week 1

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Today we start a new series called ‘Money, Monks, Marx & Markets’. We spend it, borrow it, save it, invest it, make more of it, lose it, give it away, and have our lives shaped by it, but how we can do all those things wisely. This series explores the impact that our faith can […]

Matariki – Our Bi-cultural Journey

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A celebratio of Matariki at Wellington Central Baptist Church

This week we commence our celebration of the season of Matariki. Celebrating Matariki is a way that we can recognise and honour the bi-cultural past and present of Aotearoa. We acknowledge the generosity of tangata whenua (indigenous people, people of the land) who have invited tauiwi (non-Māori) to share in the celebration of Matariki. Like […]

Prayer and Self-Denial: Made New

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New Perspectives, Acts 9 Today we begin our support of the annual NZBMS Prayer and Self-Denial Appeal.  Over the next two weeks, we will be thinking about what it means to be made new in Christ and what it means for us to take the good news of Jesus to those who have never heard. […]