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Editorial: Te Raranga (Weaving Together) of Cultures.
This year we are celebrating that the gospel was first preached on our soil 200 years ago. That first sermon was the result of partnership – a weaving together – where Ruatara personally invited Marsden to come and preach. As we reflect on all God has done these 200 years it is time for us to consider how this same gospel continues to weave together a beautiful tapestry from the diversity of God's world.
This was originally published in Intermission (July-August 2014).
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