Leaving Aotearoa

Nigel Pollock and his family first came to New Zealand from the UK in response to a call from TSCF. He became National Director in 2006, bringing a fresh energy to the work of taking the gospel into campus life and, ultimately, into all of life for students and...

A farewell from Nigel

I am writing to you for the last time as TSCF’s National Director. It has been an enormous privilege to help lead the Fellowship over the past 13 years, and I am very grateful for all the help, encouragement and support.  I have had cause recently to remember our...

Worshiping across the South Pacific

Vanuatu hosted this year’s South Pacific reunion for regional IFES movements. Following on from SPARC 2016 in Wellington, at the end of August 140 staff and students found some midwinter warmth both literally and spiritually. They spent five days immersed in Romans...

Making space for Jesus

Is it a rule that Christians must close their eyes when they pray?  Why is there so much killing in the Old Testament?  These were among the questions that came up during Jesus Week at the University of Auckland in September. The TSCF groups worked together with a...

Freedom in God’s love

Hine Tihore didn’t know any other Christians on campus, so she would head to the smokers’ area by herself to pray. Each day she sat on a wooden bench sheltered by kowhai and pohutukawa at the Massey University campus in Wellington, and she talked to God. “I was...

Drama in Canterbury

The Mark Drama began in Austria with students performing the entire gospel in theatre-in-the-round. It has been used by God all over the world. Through TSCF’s partnerships with those who have produced it elsewhere, the drama has been introduced to New Zealand. Last...