Patrick was a man who deeply learned from an indigenous European culture that was not his own, and in embracing indigeneity become a Christian minister of exception. He set a precedent that followers of Christ would do well to follow.Read More
Well by now, many of you are aware that I have changed my name, either that or people are wondering who Jay Ruka is? When it comes to those who know me, those who know the book and then those, like say, the lady at the post office - depending on the person and the scenario people know me by differing names...Read More
Alistair Reese is a theologian and historian with particular focus on social reconciliation. He works with Te Kohinga Reconciliation Network in Tauranga. Through the lens of the Christian gospel and recognition of New Zealand history, this network seeks to strengthen the relationship between Māori and Pākehā in this region.Read More
It has been a long time in the making and we are pleased to announce that our book Huia Come Home has finally arrived. We had our first book launch in Taranaki over the weekend, surrounded by friends and family at Ōwae Marae.Read More
These songs came out of a desire to see Māori be all that they were meant to be...
to see Samoans become all they were meant to be...
to see Pākehā become all they were meant to be
Back in May Jay spoke to hundreds of teachers across the country who took part in National Young Leaders Days with their students. It's time to re-imagine the Treaty for the next generation!Read More