Tasmanian Baptists News & Prayer

Sunday November 15, 2020

ABOVE:

Jenna Blackwell and Michael Henderson are one focus of our prayers this week.

Read Jenna’s thoughts on Generational Journeys in the ADVANCE >>> And don’t miss Michael’s Missional Creativity work in Thursday’s release!


Prayer for Tasmanian Baptist Leaders

Michael Henderson provides a unique ministry in our midst in creative mission support and leadership development. You can contact Michael: Michael@tasbaptists.org.au or 0408 468 223.

Jenna Blackwell works amongst us developing youth leaders. You can contact Jenna: jennablackwell@live.com or 0488 330 390.


Prayer for Tasmanian Baptist Churches

The Understanding the Baptist Movement study intensive will operate again in Tasmania in 2021 for anyone wanting to better understand the principles that lie behind the 400 year old Baptist movement. The intensive is essential for all APL and RPL pastors who have not previously studied Baptist Principles formally. It is also available to anyone interested to know more about Baptists in a post-denominational era. Cost is just $20. Contact Jeff McKinnon if you would like to receive an information sheet. jeff@citybaptistchurch.net

On Sunday 27 December, City Baptist will be celebrating the 180th anniversary of the opening of first Baptist building in Launceston, the York Street Chapel. Laurie Rowston has written and published his latest book, on Launceston’s former York Street Chapel 1840-1916. Hardbound, 128 pages, $30 cash. Contact Laurie to access your copy lrowston@tassie.net.au


Prayer for Partner Agencies

Pray for those working in our partner agencies, Baptcare, Baptist World Aid, Global Interaction and Baptist Financial Services.


Prayer for the World

Pray for the United States as they transition from the election to a new presidency.


Reflect: [Christ] has appeared once for all at the end of the ages to do away with sin by the sacrifice of himself …. And he will appear a second time, not to bear sin but to bring salvation to those who are waiting for him.

Hebrews 9:26 – 28