In 1836 Tarore, a young Maori girl, was brutally murdered. But her devastated father Ngakuku, a Maori chief, refused to seek the
customary ‘utu’, or tribal revenge. At her funeral he preached against reprisal, saying there had been too much bloodshed between the tribes already. Instead, he called on his people to trust in the justice of God. His revolutionary act triggered a sequence of events that paved the way for tribal peace and reconciliation between tribes throughout Aotearoa/New Zealand. Don’t miss this incredible
story of the power of God’s Word.