Welcome to WEC NZ – Aotearoa New Zealand
If you’ve done some looking, you’ve probably noticed there are loads of mission organisations around these days.
Our job here is to help you along in this journey, by presenting something of who WEC is, what we do, and how we do it. If you have questions or are hovering on the edges so to speak, then feel free to contact us and start a dialogue. Don’t worry, we won’t latch onto you, put you on our mailing list, and deluge you with requests for money! As you’ll discover, that’s definitely not our style.
WEC is one of the bigger agencies in the world, but it isn’t for everybody. You need to be where God wants you to be. Where you can say with confidence, “Yes, I know I am to be involved with what these people are doing!” Talking to us may well help you figure out where you ought to be investing yourself.
So what are you waiting for? To find out more, check out the links on this page, browse around, or better still let’s begin that conversation.
As Japan continues to replace one Prime Minister after another, there is at least one constant – the increasing input of Shinto and nationalism into the schools. At the beginning of this year there was a meeting of all teachers in each district to be told that Shinto myths have now to be taught to all children. Shinto festivals are already being emphasized as necessary “culture” – the cover word to disguise this religious input. This persistent Read more »
Where would you start with statistics like these? Cambodia has the highest rate of child abandonment in South-East Asia. There are over 300, 000 disabled persons, ten percent of which are victims of landmines. One third of all Cambodian prostitutes are children. A phenomenal sixty percent of the population suffer from largely trauma induced mental disorders. Yet sadly, less than one percent of the national health budget, which is only $2.50 Read more »
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