Journeying alongside Māori in Te Tai o Aorere (Tasman District).
Grassroots, organic missional living at its best. With strong links to Te Āwhina marae and Motueka Baptist, Sean is one of those rare individuals who seems to know, and be able to genuinely connect, with everyone in his neighbourhood. Sean is part of the incredible healing journeys happening in Mana Whānau, he facilitates outdoor connection experiences for the community, as well as running open mau rākau classes in the beautiful gardens of the local Baptist church. Sean humbly follows God's quiet voice into every corner of his neighbourhood, joining the hand-carved mission of God in every aspect of his life.
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