Send Me – My City

Check out these opportunities to serve God and be a part of helping fulfil the Great Commission in your city!

What is the future of your Church?

For those of us actively engaged in church, there is plenty to keep us busy. We seldom find the time to stop and reflect on really big questions like: Why do we do church this way? What are the deepest needs of our people? What is our purpose as the church and are we...

Embracing Everyday Mission

By Deborah Yoon - Edited November 2019 Raewyn had always been looking for gospel opportunities at the weekly ESOL class she volunteers with at her church. In fact, that was her primary motivation for helping there in the first place. But as the weeks flew by, serving...


When we arrived on AUT South on the first day of our week of outreach we spread out around the campus in search of two unique kinds of student: The first was someone who didn’t know God personally but wanted to know more about Jesus. The second, someone who was already following Jesus, and wanted to help other people on this campus know God too.
Our prayer was that God would go ahead of us and prepare people’s hearts before we talked to them, and He certainly did that! Here are two sub-60 second videos from Josh and Molly about what they saw God do….

Door knocking adventures!

Every year Student Life partners with a local church to survey a suburb, sharing the gospel to its residents and gaining valuable insight into the values and needs of the community. These partnerships are so helpful because those who want to hear more about Jesus, and anyone who decides to follow Christ, can be followed up by a member of a local church!
Below are a bunch of stories from students who went door-knocking during a Student Life conference. As you read through you’ll notice how encouraged these students were afterwards.

From Hopelessly Lost to Compelled to Christ

Hundreds of university students will gather at the ALL IN Conferences in Waikanae and Queenstown this July to explore worth and identity and why these can only be truly found in the one who created them. Josephine, a student from Auckland, followed her friends to the Student Life conference with no idea that she would come out a completely different person…

Lives changed and challenged at Urban Summer

With over half the population affiliating with other religions or identifying as non-religious, Auckland is a city that is thirsty for the gospel. Below is a letter from Brodie, a fifth year medical student who decided to spend a couple of weeks on our Urban Summer project to help train others share the gospel in Auckland…

One-Anothering This Christmas Season

As we approach Christmas, many of us can get wrapped up in preparing for different church productions or events. These can be helpful of course, not only for building community within the church but also to communicate to our communities the story of Jesus’ birth and its significance. But what would it look like to love another in such a way that those outside the church would see a glimpse of Jesus?

Embracing Everyday Mission

 By Deborah Yoon - August 2018 Raewyn had always known to look for gospel opportunities at the weekly ESOL class she volunteers in at her church. In fact, that was her primary motive for volunteering there in the first place. But as weeks flew by, serving morning tea...

Five Unforgettable Days

Every year Student Life holds student conferences in the middle of the year to train students in evangelism and discipleship, and to develop them in their faith. This time is a highlight for many of the students who attend as they are challenged to trust God in new ways, and often make friendships that last a lifetime. Peter Somervell (pastor at Grace Church in Nelson) attended Student Life’s South Island conference this year as the main speaker giving messages on our identity in Christ. This is what he wrote in response to his time there …

Not Missing An Opportunity to Share Jesus

It was hot and sunny while I sat in the busy intercity bus station in Wichita, Kansas. As I waited for my bus, I saw a man standing by the vending machine struggling to get the machine to work. His name was Kibrom, and he came to the U.S. from Ethiopia about a month...

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