Carey Media Library
We produce video sermons, recorded webinars and other resources during the year. We would love for you to use these in your churches, small groups or for personal reflection.
Carey Conversations seek to demonstrate how the Bible and theology can speak to the complex issues which we are facing in Aotearoa today.
Overcoming Racial Faith with Dr. Willie Jennings
“We Christians have inherited a faith that has been damaged and diseased by race and racial reasoning. We need a renewed vision of what it means to be Christian that grasps the gospel power of radical life together. This Carey Conversation will explore both the problem of racial faith and the possibilities of joining that is at the heart of the gospel.”
What’s Next? Church on the Other Side of Omicron
A panel discussion led by Dr Andrew Picard focusing on how our churches might respond in a biblical, theological, missional, and pastoral way, as restrictions around gatherings are lifted.
Carey Summer Sermon Series
A series of webinar from some of our incredible staff. This series dives into all kinds of topics, like mission, Christology, talking to God when you’re angry, and how to read the Bible in all its fullness.
Forgiveness – in light of life’s big issues with Dr Phil Halstead
Carey Sunday is an opportunity to celebrate the partnership we have with Baptist churches around the country.
God is doing a new thing
Carey Sunday 2022
In this message Dr John Tucker, Carey’s principal, shares from Isaiah 43 on the promises of God to people in need of hope.
What's the Point of the People of God?
Carey Sunday 2021
Dr Michael Rhodes invites you to join him in listening to how Scripture, from Abraham to Matthew, Isaiah to Acts, calls the church to embrace God’s purposes for his people.
“At Carey we believe that the God of mission is at work in the world by the Spirit to renew people and places in Christ. Our calling is to equip Christian leaders with the convictions, competencies, and capacity to participate in that mission, bringing gospel renewal in churches and communities across Aotearoa and around the world.”
– John Tucker, Principal