Linda FlettNational Internship Coordinator

  • BMin, MTh

Linda Flett lectures in Church History and pastoral studies for Laidlaw College New Zealand and shares national oversight of the internship programs with her husband Graeme. She is an ordained minister with the Elim Churches of New Zealand, an academic fellow for Engage: Laidlaw Centre for Church Leadership and on the leadership team of Sustain network for women in leadership. Linda has begun PhD studies on the history of the Elim Churches in NZ. And has recently published A Full-er Gospel?: Pentecostal Proclamation in New Zealand 1990-2008, based on research completed for her MTh: “Proclaiming the Gospel in New Zealand: An examination of the message and methods of the Assemblies of God and Elim churches in New Zealand 1990 – 2008”. She is married to Graeme and has 3 grown children.


PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed Publications

Forthcoming (2014)

A Full-er Gospel: Pentecostal Proclamation in New Zealand 1990-2008. Auckland: Archer Press, 2014.

2013

“Changing Paradigms in Mission: Gospel Proclamation in AGNZ since 1990” in Newton, John (ed.). New Frontiers: redefining Christian ministry in 21st century contexts. Preston, VIC: Mosaic Resources, 2013.


Conference Papers & Presentations

2013

“Building collaborative learning communities: Convergence of academy and parish” to the Australia New Zealand Theological Field Educators conference, Auckland, NZ.

“Exploring trends in Gospel Proclamation in New Zealand” to the Engage Centre for Church Leadership, Laidlaw College, Auckland.

2012

“Changing Paradigms in Mission: Gospel Proclamation in AGNZ since 1990” to the New Frontiers conference. Harvest Bible College, Melbourne, Australia.

2011

“The Changing Face of Pentecostal Proclamation,” seminar to the Laidlaw-Carey Graduate School.


Unpublished Thesis

2011

“Proclaiming the Gospel in New Zealand: An examination of the message and methods of the Assemblies of God and Elim Churches from 1990 – 2008.” Unpublished MTh Thesis: Laidlaw-Carey Graduate School, 2011. (Available through Laidlaw Library)