Enrolments steady at Bible College of NZ
2007. Bible College of New Zealand enrolments are holding steady although they are well down on those of the early 2000s. Figures have declined in the past two years because of a drop in the number of international students.
The college expects 650 full time equivalent students this year at its national campus in West Auckland, nine regional centers, and distance learning center – the same as last year. Continue reading “People still trucking into Bible college”
Hand of friendship to state schools
2001. The missionary on your doorstep is something vital for the Church to recognize, says Helen McGhie, National Chaplaincy Coordinator of the Churches Education Commission (CEC).
Continue reading “Supporting chaplains in state schools”
Advancing religious education in state schools
Religious education seems to have no place in a secular society, but there are those who want to change this.
Continue reading ““Academically rigorous” religious and values education”
Members of a Christian group in New Zealand have been spreading the faith. Through their efforts, some students have put their faith in Jesus Christ while others want to know more, during a year marked by the Covid19 pandemic.
Continue reading “‘Souls saved’ during pandemic – Zoom helped”