ReCharge NEWS September 2022

Sep 21, 2022
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    Walk the World

    Baptist Mission Australia, November 11-13, 2022

    Walk the World is an invitation for your church, families and people of all ages to get out in your local area and pray for your neighbourhood and the world. 

    This is a fun and interactive new way for you and your church, family or small group to have a Kingdom impact! Watch the video to find out more.

    Across the weekend of 11th -13th November 2022, commit to praying as you walk, run, wheel, cycle, imagine or drive around your area. Pray for God to be at work in your community and in communities around the world.

    As you do, our teams in Africa, Asia and Australia will be praying for you too!

    Resource for all ages are coming soon. These are being developed to help equip and inform your prayer time as an individual, family or group.

    Everyone is invited to get involved! Watch, share or download the video here > 


    Voice of the Martyrs

    IN TASMANIA, 10th to 22nd November 2022

    Marcel Enuica is the Tas/Vic representative for Voice of the Martyrs, an Australian ministry which began in 1969. He will be in Tasmania from 10th-22nd November and would like to visit your church!

    His ministry is to serve and work with local churches to help them understand persecution. He explains how they can prayerfully and practically respond to the challenges and opportunities it presents.

    He explains what persecution is, what it isn’t and provides stories as the voice for those who are in prison, those who are persecuted, and those who have paid the ultimate price for their faith.

    Marcel could work with your church to plan a prayer meeting, service, or movie night. Perhaps your church could organise an event or movie night, and invite other churches in the area.

    Movies available
    • Sabina telling the story of Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand – watch the trailer:
    • Tortured for Christ – watch the trailer:

    If you’re interested in either of the movies, they can be made available for free on the night. You can also contact Marcel for a private link to look at them beforehand.

    Contact Marcel: menuica@vom.com.au | +61 457 689 169


    Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast

    23rd November 2022 | Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart

    TPPB 2021; ReCharge News September 2022

    The Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast brings together like-minded people from across Tasmania to pray for our State, our leaders, parliamentarians, businesses, schools, communities, and community organisations, our families, youth, and children. In the name of Jesus, we ask God to grant us the will and wisdom, the creativity and strength we need to care well for each other and to see Tasmania flourish in every dimension.

    Hosted by Tasmanian Baptists’ Mission Director Stephen Baxter, you can join this special moment of unity and humility.

    Robyn Moore

    This year’s speaker is passionate Tasmanian, Robyn Moore. Robyn began her career as an educator, then explored her love of recording and entertainment in Sydney, becoming Australia’s most versatile voice-over artist in iconic commercials, award-winning syndicated radio comedy and in animation series, seen around the world.

    She calls herself a “RE-MINDAVATOR” rather than a motivational speaker, and was recently recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list with an AM for services to the performing Arts and to Charitable Organisations.

    Early-bird registrations close Friday 14th October 2022.

    Tamanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast logo

    Pilgrim Artists Festival

    JUSTICE AND MERCY

    4th-14th November 2022

    The sixth annual “small festival of art, music, and words” will be held in 2022 at the Huon Valley Hub. The workshops, live art, concerts, panel discussions, and award events will occur on the first weekend of the festival, with the exhibition continuing through the 14th.

    Pilgrim Artists Festival, ReCharge News September 2022

    The Pilgrim Artists Festival 2022 seeks submissions reflecting on Justice and Mercy.

    Entries are accepted from Christian artists worldwide, of all ages. Your entry need not be explicitly religious, but should engage meaningfully with this year’s prompt.

    If you are over 18, submit by 1 October and your submission is free. Late adult submissions incur a fee. We cannot accept adult submissions after 22nd October. If under 18, your submission is always free, and you may submit until 29th October.

    See entry forms for further details, including terms and prizes.


    Farewell Nancy Jones

    8th May 1936 – 20th July 2022

    Nancy Jones of Pamela Court Summerhill, passed away on the 20th July 2022 after a short illness.

    Nancy was born in Hobart and attended the Macquarie Street School. In 1958 through to 1962, Nancy trained as a nurse’s assistant while studying to be a nurse in Aged Care. That same year Nancy moved to Launceston and met and married Clarrie Powell who had built a house in Walkers Avenue, going on to have two children, Karenlee (stillborn) and Shane.

    In 1984 she met Des, and married him in 1985. Des’s son David became part of the family, and it was at this time that Nancy decided to dedicate her life to being a fantastic and wonderful mother. This included bringing up two of Des’s grandchildren Kirsten and Ricky who they adopted in 1991. She made it her mission to improve the lives of others.

    While living at Hagley, Des and Nancy attended the Longford Baptist Church. They were involved in assisting with work among young people, especially at the annual camps at Liffey.

    Des and Nancy and their two children, Kirsten and Ricky, attended the Newstead Baptist Church very regularly through the 1990s. Nancy was a passionate about craft. When she wasn’t filling her home with warmth and kindness, she could be found at the Newstead Baptist Church Chat ‘n’ Choose craft group.

    Relatives and friends are respectively invited to attend Nancy’s Memorial Service at 11:30am on Sunday 11th September at Newstead Baptist Church.


    Grief Seminar, Devonport

    9:30am – 4:30pm, Tuesday 13th September

    New Mornings is hosting a Grief Seminar in Devonport on Tuesday 13th September in partnership with other local services. A comprehensive program includes three educational streams for:

    1.   People who are grieving (at least three months after a loss).
    2.   People wishing to learn how to better support others.
    3.   People who support grieving clients in the course of their work e.g. support workers, community  workers, pastors, chaplains, pastoral carers, nurses, carers, youth workers, teachers.

    Please DOWNLOAD THIS FLYER to forward on to your leadership team, congregation and other contacts.

    COST OF GRIEF SEMINAR:

    Service providers: $95 early bird until 9th September; $135 standard after 9th September
    Community members: FREE! Due to extra funding received this week. Use Promo Code: SPEC-NM3 when you click the REGISTER button

    Please contact the New Mornings office (6411 6212 or admin@newmornings.org.au) for:

    • Group booking discounts for five or more members of your team
    • Registration discounts in case of financial difficulty
    • Difficulties in accessing online registration
    • Any other queries

    Hear Pastor Peter Kasirivu

    WHEN: Friday 2nd September 7-8.30pm
    WHERE: Gateway Baptist Church, 22 Wellington Street, opposite Morty’s
    FREE EVENT: with a love offering

    Peter J. Kasirivu is the founding pastor of Gaba Community Church Uganda, and the founder and president of Africa Renewal Ministries. Peter is also the founder and chancellor of Africa Renewal University in Uganda. Peter is a born-again Christian, having come to salvation in January 1981.

    He traveled to more than 15 nations, teaching leaders as well as preaching the Gospel. Peter is known for his passion for developing leaders through his weekly TV program on LTV known as the Excellent Life. As well as he runs the annual outreaches to Uganda’s many universities.

    His greatest love is to help and encourage up-coming leaders. Peter has so far written two books, Your Vision Is Your Future and The African Pastors’ Handbook.


    Carols in Your Backyard

    Your church can run a local carols outreach, without the cost and complexity of professional musicians and staging! 

    Carols in your backyard; ReCharge News September 2022

    Carols in Your Backyard is a professionally produced and recorded live-stream event for pre-evangelism at Christmas.

    Produced by Gymea Baptist and now in its third year, it will be available free and unbranded. Gymea has decided to commit to the live-streamed format of carols due to its potential to reach more people than a traditional carols event and its ability to foster genuine relationships formed in smaller settings.

    You can stream Carols in Your Backyard wherever you can set up a screen and speakers: in a park, church hall, car park, lounge room, or backyard. 

    Expressions of interest are open now. Send Belinda Lakelin an email and she’ll be in touch with resources and the stream details. belinda.lakelin@gymeabaptist.org.au


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