Our Story: Aotearoa – the Story of Mission in New Zealand Through the Lens of the New Zealand Church Missionary Society is new book by NZCMS seeking to discover how God’s story and our national narrative have been woven together.
The chapters of the book, each penned by a different author, seek to uncover the redemptive aspects of the stories of the missionaries first sent to New Zealand, to remember the grace provided to the missionaries sent from our land and to envision the future with God.
The book covers key moments in NZCMS history – reflecting on the impact of the League of Youth, mission in Pakistan and East Africa, and the birth of NZCMS in Nelson. We believe it is an invaluable resource for churches and individuals around the country who are exploring their history during this bicentennial year.
This book is now available for purchase and we have a special Christmas offer for all NZCMS supporters. A bound copy of Our Story: Aotearoa can be yours for just $10 + $2.50 shipping.
There are two ways you can order your copy. First, you can contact Heather in the NZCMS office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, use the NZCMS giving form: fill out your details, under "What would you like to support" select other, and in the space "Other project or Mission Partner" fill in "BOOKSTORY" plus the number of books you wish to order.
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