Welcome to the CCCNZ Youth website - a one-stop for information to help you to be more effective in your mandate to lead and disciple young people. Here you will find a description of the services we offer including coaching, training and consultancy. There is also information on events we are running and resources to make your task easier, as well as a blog to inform and inspire.

Contact me if I can assist you in any way.

- Murray Brown



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Coming Events

In addition to events listed on our Events page, listed below are a events in the coming months that CCCNZ Youth are involved in or recommend:

27-31 January 2020

Summer School of Youth Ministry at Chosen Valley Christian Camp in South Auckland. For youth leaders aged 18 and over.

Ministry Opportunities

The following churches are seeking to employ a youth pastor. Contact them for more details.

Birkenhead Community Church

Full time associate pastor with responsibility for youth. More details here on our CCCNZ jobs page.

Hobsonville Commuinity Trust

A part time (11-15 hrs/wk) Youth Initiatives Coordinator & Youth Worker position. More details here on our CCCNZ jobs page.

Manawaru Bible Chapel

Youth Director and Community Worker (full or part time). More details here soon on our CCCNZ jobs page.

Our most recent blog posts

Looking Down (1 Timothy 4:11,12)

Command and teach these things. Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity. (1 TimothyRead more

A Long Obedience (1 Timothy 4:8-10)

For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come. This is a trustworthy saying that deserves fullRead more

Distractions (1 Timothy 4:6,7)

If you explain these things to the brothers and sisters, Timothy, you will be a worthy servant of Christ Jesus, one who is nourished by the message of faith and the good teaching you have followed.Read more

Loving Rules (1 Timothy 4:3-5)

They will say it is wrong to be married and wrong to eat certain foods. But God created those foods to be eaten with thanks by faithful people who know the truth. Since everything God created isRead more

Two Threats to Leaders (1 Timothy 4:1,2)

Now the Holy Spirit tells us clearly that in the last times some will turn away from the true faith; they will follow deceptive spirits and teachings that come from demons. These people areRead more

A Mystery Solved (1 Timothy 3:16)

Without question, this is the great mystery of our faith: Christ was revealed in a human body and vindicated by the Spirit. He was seen by angels and announced to the nations. He was believed inRead more

People and Pillars (1 Timothy 3:14,15)

I am writing these things to you now, even though I hope to be with you soon, so that if I am delayed, you will know how people must conduct themselves in the household of God. This is the church ofRead more

Guarding our Words (1 Timothy 3:11-13)

In the same way, their wives must be respected and must not slander others. They must exercise self-control and be faithful in everything they do. A deacon must be faithful to his wife, and he mustRead more

Walking the Talk (1 Timothy 3:8-10)

In the same way, deacons must be well respected and have integrity. They must not be heavy drinkers or dishonest with money. They must be committed to the mystery of the faith now revealed and mustRead more

Reputation (1 Timothy 3:7)

Also, people outside the church must speak well of him so that he will not be disgraced and fall into the devil’s trap. (1 Timothy 3:7) Have you ever found yourself disinclined to believeRead more

The Problem of Pride (1 Timothy 3:6)

A church leader must not be a new believer, because he might become proud, and the devil would cause him to fall. (1 Timothy 3:6) I recall becoming a youth pastor in my twenties and before longRead more

Leadership Begins at Home (1 Timothy 3:4,5)

He must manage his own family well, having children who respect and obey him. For if a man cannot manage his own household, how can he take care of God’s church? (1 Timothy 3:4,5) As we readRead more

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