Beulah Wood wrote a new post, Woman of the Month: Raema Low (1939- ) 5 days, 3 hours ago
From being a missionary nurse in Nepal, Raema returned to New Zealand with TB of the kidney in 1979. She recovered, and later became the 2nd sole charge woman minister in a New
Beulah Wood wrote a new post, Woman of the Month: Tony Joy Wansbrough (1941-) 1 month, 1 week ago
As a medical doctor, Tony realised the enormous needs of asylum seekers and other needy people. She became a determined advocate and activist, making life better for scores of
Tony has been a wonderful advocate for asylum seekers. Great to have her story on our website, thanks Beulah
Beulah Wood wrote a new post, Women's History Month: Joan Milner (1921-2018) 2 months, 1 week ago
Joan Milner was the first Baptist full-time worker among Maori. She was based in Lower Waikato—Waiuku and Pukekohe and marae nearby.Joan M
Beulah Wood wrote a new post, Women's History Month: Pat Preest (1928-2014) 3 months, 1 week ago
Pat Preest was the first woman ordained by the Baptist Union of New Zealand and served as a hospital chaplain. “Because my Lord Jesus Christ said ‘Follow thou me.
Beulah Wood wrote a new post, Women's History Month: Vivienne Boyd, DBE., 1926-2011 3 months, 1 week ago
Vivienne Boyd received a knighthood for her highly active contribution in community and public affairs nationally. She was a loyal Baptist throughout her life and became the
Beulah Wood wrote a new post, Women's History Month: Kate Edger (later Evans) 1857-1935 3 months, 1 week ago
Kate was the first woman in New Zealand to gain a university degree and the first in the British Empire with a BA, so demonstrating women’s intellectual capability. She h
Beulah Wood wrote a new post, Women's History Month: Rosalie Macgeorge (1859-1891) 3 months, 1 week ago
Rosalie was the second missionary from New Zealand, the first sent beyond the Pacific, and the first missionary sent by the New Zealand Baptist Missionary Society, 1886.
Beulah Wood wrote a new post, Woman of the Month: Dr Nola Ivory, 1904-1988 4 months ago
To do better, to serve better, to live better
Dr Nola Ivory was the first woman doctor in the New Zealand Baptist Missionary Society (NZBMS), serving from 1931 to 1961. She
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