Leading Wellington

It took 15 years, but Matthias Loong is back “home.” The new Wellington Team Leader moved back to his home city at the beginning of the year with his wife, Pauline, and their 2-year-old son, Josiah.  Matthias has been on staff with TSCF for the past five years. For...

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...

Engaging with Dawkins

When Richard Dawkins visited Christchurch on May 11, we thought it would be a good opportunity to challenge some of the apathy regarding God that is common on campus and around the city. Geoff Robson, who also works with Canterbury CU students for TSCF, wrote an...

Fresh faces in Waikato

Why do I exist? Why is the Bible so controversial and open to individual interpretation? How does feminism fit into a biblical worldview? Students at Taurima Hostel looked into these tricky questions, along with a range of other issues, as part of a hostel-based study...

Mustard-seed work

Little did I know what putting up posters around campus would lead to. In October 2015 I started a group for Christian students and inquirers at the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic in Tauranga. Since then it has been renamed Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology (merging with...

Ravi draws Dunedin together

Every now and then we get an opportunity to be part of something big. Something that feels a bit special. For the team in Dunedin, this year, that occasion was Ravi Zacharias visiting our university for a week in late February and early March. There are few...