Faces of hope

Canvas | Issue 89: Faces of Hope   Ashley Bloomfield: For many New Zealanders he is the “face of the COVID-19 response,” jumping from relative obscurity to household name in a matter of days. His face became a regular feature in our lives in this COVID-19...

The heavens declare

Canvas | Issue 89: Faces of Hope   From Zoom backgrounds depicting da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” with the heads of the Canterbury CU replacing disciples, to human sculptures of stars and the Auckland harbour bridge, Summit 2020 was unique and entertaining! Across...

Living the story of Christ

Canvas | Issue 89: Faces of Hope   The Mark Drama is a 90-minute immersive, interactive performance of the story of Jesus found in Mark’s gospel. Over three nights from 15–17 August, a cast of 15 people from different churches and Christian groups in Dunedin...

True witness: Evangelism online

Canvas | Issue 89: Faces of Hope Despite COVID-19 halting various activity around the world, the Spirit of God continues to work in the hearts of students in exciting ways here in the Manawatū. We have seen real growth this year in the number of non-Christian students...

Stories of hope from a turbulent year

Canvas | Issue 89: Faces of Hope TSCF students share their experiences of what it was like to be a student in Aotearoa during lockdown     “I knew living in Harbour Light [TSCF’s residential community in Dunedin] would make the first semester different for...

Changed for life: A celebration of service

Canvas | Issue 89: Faces of Hope At the TSCF AGM in September, we expressed our deep gratitude to two people for their key roles of service to TSCF: Rubee Yee for over 40 years on the TSCF Board, and Judge Andrew Becroft for his 15 years as TSCF Board Chair. We want...