Our New College!

Frank W Boreham College

Announcing

Frank W Boreham College

News from the Tasmanian Baptist Council

Launch event: Tuesday 5th March at the Tasmanian Baptist Pastors’ Muster, Hobart
Contact Jenna Blackwell (jenna@tasbaptists.org.au) to find out more.

Study in Tasmania, in Your Church

Do you . . . sense God’s call to ignite your faith? Want to dig deeper into Christ? Long to serve God more fully and experience transformation and liberation in your life? If you answer YES! to one or more of these questions, we have some exciting news for you.

Soon, you can join with fellow Baptists from across Tasmania in a unique six-month training program.

Whether you just left school or are retired, employed or unemployed, beginning a life of faith or well along the journey. If you need a change, desire to find God’s direction, or just to learn, this is a wonderful opportunity!

The College will provide a pathway to undergraduate, graduate ministry and theological qualifications

The training is part of the newly established Frank W Boreham College recently set up by Tasmanian Baptists. The College will provide a learning journey in Tasmania, specific to Tasmania, taken alongside fellow Tasmanian Baptists.

Ultimately, the College will provide a pathway to undergraduate, graduate ministry and theological qualifications through partnerships with Whitley College, Melbourne and Kairos University in North America.

Those who successfully complete the six-month course will obtain an Undergraduate Certificate in Divinity with the Melbourne University of Divinity, and go on to further study if they desire.

Interested?

DOWNLOAD the course Brochure (1.4MB) >

CONTACT US! Use the Contact form below to register your interest.

Why “Frank W Boreham” College?

Frank W Boreham (1871-1959) is one of the best-selling Australian authors of all time and perhaps its least known.

Frank W Boreham College namesake

He was pastor at Hobart Baptist Church from 1906-16, serving his people through the difficult early war years. During that time he began a biographical series for the Mercury newspaper which, over the next 40 years, covered 2000 people.

He edited the Southern Baptist, and later the weekly Australian Baptist, and in 1910 became President of the Tasmanian Baptist Union. Between 1912 and 1959 he contributed 2500 editorials to the Mercury.

His life’s work of 80 publications included religious works, homiletic essays and novels and sold over one million copies.

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