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Our team will research your most commonly asked ‘God’ questions. How? By looking for clues in God’s word and Biblical truth… ’cause they’ve studied lots of Bible-ly stuff…
 

 
Our theologically trained team will do their best to thoroughly research and provide some possible answers to the most asked questions submitted through NZASKSGOD.CO.NZ. Our purpose is to support you in your search and research by pointing you to areas of the Bible that may be helpful to resolving your question.
 

 

 

Jonathan Dove

Jonathan Dove is husband to Robyn and a father to Arwen, Chase, Elisha, Giselle and their late son T.J. He is the senior pastor at Greenlane Christian Centre , a multi-cultural, multi-generational church that provides help to our city through such things as free English classes, youth work, CAP budgeting, job club and Cityserve initiatives. Jonathan holds a masters degree in theology.

Mick Duncan

Mick Duncan comes out of the hippie drug counter culture. As a Christ-follower he has lived and worked in neighbourhoods ranging from the slums of Manila to the complex hoods of South Auckland. His activism is held in tension with critical reflection. His PhD is in the area of walking toward the stranger in our midst. His most recent book is ‘Alongsiders’ – on how to walk with those who are considered different and difficult.

Myk Habets

Myk Habets is husband to Odele and father to Sydney and Liam. He teaches theology by day at Carey Baptist College and is a coach and court jester to his children by night. Myk is a board member at Windsor Park Baptist Church, and has published widely in theological studies.

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Mark Powell

Mark was until recently CEO of The Warehouse Group (which includes The Warehouse, Warehouse Stationery, Noel Leeming and Torpedo7). In his time as Group CEO he led a major rejuvenation and reshaping of the business. He is also known as the CEO who significantly enhanced the reputation of The Warehouse Group as a good corporate citizen through its community initiatives and the way it treated its team. Mark is passionate in his belief that good societies need good businesses and good business need good societies.

Mark has a Bachelor’s degree in Mining Engineering, a Bachelor of Applied Theology, a Master in Logistics and an MBA. The theology qualification points to Mark’s faith, which informs and shapes his leadership approach.

Mark now has a portfolio of activities, including being part-time ‘CEO in Residence’ at Massey University Business School, Non-Executive Director of the major Australian retailer ‘The Good Guys’ and is involved with a number of not-for-profit organisations.

Brian Krum

Dr. Brian Krum is the Teaching and Development Pastor at Greenlane Christian Centre. He has been a youth worker, theology lecturer, community transformation trust founder and now pastor. His doctorate developed a way for neighbours to transform their communities for the common good. Brian knows loss. He knows hope. And he knows how to find and trust God in the midst of the muck.

Darrell Bock

Dr. Darrell Bock has been a New York Times best-selling author in non-fiction, and authored or edited more than 30 books, including Studying the Historical Jesus, and Who Is Jesus? His articles appear in leading journals and periodicals, including many publications such as the Los Angeles Times and the Dallas Morning News. He is a senior research professor of New Testament and executive director for cultural engagement at Dallas Theological SeminaryEndFragment.