• Ponder Anew what the Almighty can do!

    NZCMS, 29 June, 2020

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Echo these words, actions and the posture of listening from our CMS whanau as we learn how to engage well and respectfully while standing for justice at this hurting time."We are not a voice for the voiceless. The truth is that there is a lot of noise out there drowning out quiet voices, and many people have stopped listening to the cries of their neighbors." - Shane Claiborne
This week we've been repeatedly been inspired by the words of one of our founders, abolitionist William Wilberforce, who spoke and acted out against injustice. Today, the question is often asked, do black people need white voices raised on their behalf or should white people go on mute so that more black voices can be heard? It's a good question.
Silence seems unacceptable in the face of injustice and oppression, yet what is the best way to be an ally of people who are oppressed? Is it to speak or to listen or both?
God, help us all to listen and to act, as well as speak.
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We're so excited to have our intrepid leader and National Director, Rosie, speaking to the Wellington Anglican Diocese. You can watch the live steam in the link here on their Facebook page or watch at 1pm where the service will be played on Shine TV! ... See MoreSee Less

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