The unifying thread

Canvas | Issue 91: Engaging with Culture Through a Gospel Lens     “We’re different. People [are] always afraid of what’s different.” Words spoken by one of the Jamaican bobsled team in the film Cool Runnings (1993) are just as true almost 30 years on. It’s...

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...

A tapestry of prayer

Canvas | Issue 88: People of Prayer Welcome to our Autumn 2020 edition of Canvas, my first as editor. I am excited to join the TSCF team, to be part of this passionate community committed to reaching students for Christ. As a university student, my involvement with...

Don’t forget your roots

Passionate about partnership Six60 is a Kiwi band that epitomise the best of student experiences.  They formed while studying in Dunedin in 2008, and chose the name Six60 in recognition of house number they lived in – 660 on the infamous Castle Street.  Lead...

Four aims, one end 

The stories here in Canvas reflect one or more of TSCF’s aims: True witness. Deep thought. Undivided life. Global reach. The aims are both means and ends in our call to reach students for Christ and change students for life.  This season’s stories are particularly...

Evidence and opinions

The hunches we have about Christianity’s place in society have some fresh statistics to inform them. In May, the Wilberforce Foundation published Faith and Belief in New Zealand. It’s a national survey of 1,007 Kiwis and in-depth interviews with 26 focus group...