Partners in Christian Mission

August/September 2020

August/September 2020

ADVANCE | step by step, Sept 17, 2020

The August/September edition of ADVANCE | step by step was released on August 6 & 20; September 3 & 17, 2020.

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SEPTEMBER 17, 2020

MISSION: Both Simple AND Complex!

It's no secret, that many of our churches are missing a broad cross-section of age groups. There are a lot of reasons for this. In this issue of the ADVANCE | step by step, our Youth Leadership Development Coordinator, Jenna Blackwell, invites you to courageously listen cross-generationally for the sake of our future.

Opportunities for being missional abound!

  • Citywide's Online Foundations course has attracted people from not just Tasmania, but many nations.
  • Prayer has to be a focus in any missional endeavour - and there is a great opportunity to join the National Solemn Assembly, on Sept 26 and 27.
  • Plus, Operation Christmas Child again provides a magnificent opportunity to impact children with the Gospel, simply by packing a shoebox with gifts.

And catch the latest NEWS . . .

  • ATTEND the Marriage Week date night, this Saturday, Sept 19;
  • REGISTER for the Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast, 2020;
  • SIGN the pledge to End COVID for All; and
  • READ a beautiful poem by Ray Hawkins.

Simple. Complex. Daunting. Exciting.

It's just as well God our Father keeps on sustaining us!

Jenny

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Jenny Baxter
Tasmanian Baptists Communication Manager
jenny@tasbaptists.org.au

Generations - Moving Forward in Tasmania

Come on a Journey!

Your invitation from Jenna Blackwell

Youth Leadership Development Coordinator

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Tas Baptist NEWS, August/September 2020

News 20 August 2020What's Happening?

Marriage Week Date Night, Sept 19
Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Brakfast 2020
BWA Pledge to end COVID-19 for all
Inspiration - Ray Hawkins' Poem
Celebrating the Life of David Rawson (The Point)

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Foundations Online

Matt GarvinMissional Opprtunities

What Citywide did . . .

And what you can do too!

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National Solemn Assembly, Sept 26-27

For the Healing of the Land

Joining together to pray

Saturday and Sunday September 26-27

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Operation Christmas Child

OCC is On!

Get your shoeboxes packed for 2020

A message from Tas Field Ministry Manager, Kim Miller

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POEM From Ray

I went to church today, but - did I worship?

By Ray Hawkins (The Point)

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The Raging Baptist Faith

Blaze Away for Your Lord

Pastor Harry Wood

By Laurie Rowston

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Your Used Stamps Can Make a Huge Impact

Collect Stamps for GIARaise funds for Global Interaction

You can be involved!

Jill Ashdown, our "Stamp Lady", explains

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Missional Initiatives

Tas Baptist ChurchesBeing Mission-Shaped

Find out!

How our churches are impacting their communities

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Regional RoundUp - August/September 2020

What's Happening?

Around the Grounds for
Tasmanian Baptists

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Join the Conversation

Value your voiceYouth and Young Adults!

Join in as we dream about the church of the future

Regional chats in September

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Q&A - Dan Hutchison

DAN HUTCHISONDan Hutchison

Being Mission-Shaped

Interview

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Faith and Climate

Climate chnageGod's Got This!

Social Justice Taskforce

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Hope Amidst Uncertain Times

Stephen BaxterFrom the Mission Director

How COVID-19 is strengthening us

Stephen Baxter explains

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Pastor Paw Nay, Brickie's Labourer

Myanmar to the Tasmanian Building Industry

Paw Nay, of our Karen Fellowship in Hobart, breaks through cultural norms.

Interview with Kelvin Smith

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Our Pastors' and Leaders' Professional Development

The Mission Leadership Summit

Training and inspiration for our leaders

Panels (left), Workshops, Brainstorms!

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Kings - The Servant Leaders

Jesus the King

Part three of three

By Liam Conway, Hobart

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