• Couple Find Window of Opportunity

    NZCMS, 17 June, 2021

    Words by Jairus Robb, NZCMS communications   Pocketed away on the corner of Gayhurst and McBratneys Rd in Dallington, Christchurch, a humble Op-Shop sits between the local diary and fish and chips shop. If you were to walk past without going in you would think nothing more. But if like me, you received an email from the owners and were invited to visit you would […]

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  • The Questioning Jesus
    NZCMS, 7 May, 2021

    The author of this article is one of our Mission Partners serving in South Asia. Due to the location he serves in […] Read more
  • A Successful Year According to Jesus
    NZCMS, 9 April, 2021

    Dr. Omar Djoeandy is the SIM Australian Missions Engagement Consultant. He has recently published a book titled “Redefining Success According to Jesus.” […] Read more
  • Meet our New Staff Member!
    NZCMS, 25 March, 2021

    We are very excited to announce that NZCMS has employed a new staff member! Anna Smart will be our new Promotions Officer, […] Read more
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Meet our New Staff Member!

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We are very excited to announce that NZCMS has employed a new staff member! Anna Smart will be our new Promotions Officer, […]
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The Questioning Jesus

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The author of this article is one of our Mission Partners serving in South Asia. Due to the location he serves in […]
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"Scott visited the other hospital run by Gulf Christian Services, Kikori. It is five hours each way on a dingy. He has identified a very long list of remedial work that needs to be done along with an urgent need for solar power. Kikori is currently reliant on fuel donations from the local Minister and Oil Search who are operating in the region, but this donation stream has become very unreliable due to Covid-19."Read the full story here: http://www.nzcms.org.nz/getting-into-the-mission-mahi/...#nzcms #missions #papuanewguinea ... See MoreSee Less

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Adaptability is the name of the game when you're participating in God's mission. In this photo, Nikki, a trained Physiotherapist serving in Papua New Guinea, is leading a patient through some wrist strengthening exercises. Of course, there is no gym equipment available here so they're using an axe instead! ...#nzcms #mission #papuanewguinea ... See MoreSee Less

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