Partners in Christian Mission

April/May 2020

April/May 2020

What's Going On?

Fostering Hope Book Club

During May, Mary Dickins of Fostering Hope is hosting a book club for anyone who is a foster/kinship carer, or interested in exploring foster care.

It takes place online at 7:30-8:30pm on Mondays, and the first one took place on Monday May 4 - but it is not too late to join!

You can join Mary in the book club looking at Jason Johnson's book, ReFraming Foster Care. Available on Amazon HERE >>> The Kindle version is $10.17
This is for current foster and kinship carers, as well as those interested in joining the journey.

You will have the opportunity to read a set of chapters each week and submit questions or ideas you want Mary to discuss further on those chapters. Each week she will choose up to ten questions to answer.
Consider it a virtual month-long "book club" with you and others from around the country - no matter where you are on your journey!
Head to the Facebook event page for more details, and to let Mary know you want to join in. Or you can email her HERE >>>

Daily Reflections from Jenny and Stephen Baxter

Every weekday, Tas Baptists' Mission Director Stephen Baxter, and wife Jenny, reflect on the YouVersion app Bible verse of the day.

The response has been very favourable, and you can catch them on the "Daily Reflections" tab on the TasBaptists website.

Or head straight to their YouTube channel >>>

Watch Church at Home

Locla Church Online

The Christian Media Association of Australia (CMAA) has done lots of homework and developed a new resource for Christians: Church at Home.

The website provides a national directory of churches, with a map search function for you to fnd a church online near you.

Here, you can discover all the Baptist churches in your area who are providing online services.

Check it out HERE:

Citywide "Cogs"

Weekly how-to video for church online

Murals at Hobart Baptist, Proudly Open to an Empty House

Artist in residence Michael Henderson went ahead with his installation, even with the current restrictions.

Read more about what happened HERE >>>

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