Posts Tagged ‘Wealth’

Hooks: ‘Make a Million’ or ‘Make a Difference’?

Contributed by: Phil Trotter, Diocese of Christchurch

Inspire your young people to make an impact for God using the Script ft will.i.am song, Hall of Fame.
If I Were Famous
Start with a round where everyone answers: “If you could be famous – what would it be for?”
Hall of Fame
Introduce the song, Hall of Fame.
Ask students... See more

Social Justice & Outreach: Is NZ fair? How wealth is shared

Contributed by: Kate Day, Diocese of Christchurch

Use this exercise to demonstrate how wealth is shared in New Zealand


  • The richest 10 percent own over half the country’s total wealth.

  • The richest 1 percent own 16 percent of total wealth.

  • The poorest 50 percent own just 5 percent of all... See more

Social Justice & Outreach: Is NZ fair?

Contributed by: Kate Day, Diocese of Christchurch

Fairness used to be a strong part of New Zealand’s identity. Is New Zealand still fair? Is inequality a problem?
This conversation is heating up in New Zealand and the Anglican Social Justice Unit in Christchurch has developed resources to help youth groups and schools explore the question... See more

Talks: Million Dollar Pen

During the heat of the space race in the 1960s, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration decided it needed a ball point pen to write in the zero gravity confines of its space capsules. After considerable research and development, the Astronaut Pen was developed at a cost of about US... See more