The October/November edition of ADVANCE | step by step is being released on Thursdays October 1, 15 & 29, and November 12, 2020.
Thursday October 29, 2020
The future is filled with hope! So Jeremiah wrote long ago (pictured above), and so it is today, in 2020.
While COVID-19 wreaks havoc across the nations, we know our hope is secure in our loving heavenly Father.
Certainly, there is hope amongst Tasmanian Baptists. The Pastors' Muster last week brought hope as talk centred around taking a Sabbath rest (as if we haven't learnt enough this year!) Then in the latest News, you will read of event after event, planned as we emerge; and the Regional RoundUp suggests many of our churches faring well.
Further afield, BWAA's Ethical Fashion Report, released yesterday, provides hope from a global perspective.
Choosing to feel hopeful when things are difficult can be a challenge. But you can thank God for his reminder through Jeremiah:
My plan for your future has always been filled with hope.
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Communications Manager, Tasmanian Baptists
Regional RoundUp, Oct-Nov 2020
What's going on?
Around the grounds from Tasmanian Baptists
Tas Baptist NEWS - October/November 2020
Read All About It!
Farewell Graham Clements
World Day of Prayer Online
Tasmania Celebration Launch
Streamed event: Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast
180th: York St Chapel
Tasmanian Baptist Pastors' Muster
Reflecting on Sabbath-Taking
Planning for the future
RELEASE: Ethical Fashion Guide and Report, 2020
Baptist World Aid Australia
COVID-19 Impact on garment workers
ORDER your Ethical Fashion Guide
Latrobe Baptist Men's Shed
Serving the local community
By Laurie Rowston
Riverlands Support Vanuatuan Community
Caring and Sharing
Vanuatuan Community blessed
And it makes all the difference
By Amy Boyd
Q&A: Stephen Baxter
Our Mission Director
All the Lonely People
Why I don't WORK with lonely women
And neither should you
Kay Hunter explains
We Have a Job To Do
COVID-19: The Game Changer
From the Mission Director