Darryl Ward's website
Ko Taranaki toku maunga.
Ko Ngati Pakeha toku iwi.
Ko Taranaki toku maunga. Ko Waiwhakaiho toku awa.
He maha nga waka no tawahi.
Ko wharenui me te whare tapu o Hato Mere te marae.
Ko Darryl Ward toku ingoa.
Koia nei ko wai ahau.
My people are Ngati Pakeha.
My mountain is Taranaki. My body was formed from minerals that washed down from its slopes. I am part of the mountain, and the mountain is part of me.
My river is Waiwhakaiho. Whenever I cross its waters, I know I am home.
I am of many canoes from overseas. My ancestors came from many lands.
The Taranaki Cathedral of St. Mary is my marae.
This is where I was baptised and became a member of the Church.
This is my spiritual home.
My name is Darryl Ward.
This is who I am.
on this site is copyright (c) Darryl Ward 2008 - 2018.
This site was last updated on Saturday 26 May 2018.
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of dry bones
A sermon for the Day of Pentecost
Sunday 20 May 2018 (Based on Ezekiel 37:1-14)
does Jesus go?
A sermon for Sunday after the Ascension
Sunday 13 May 2018 (Luke 24:44-53 & Acts 1:1-11)
not let your hearts be troubled or afraid
A sermon for those who have loved ones nearing the end of life's journey
Sunday 4 March 2018 (John 14:23-29)