Kununurra

Kununurra is a mining and agricultural town in north-west Australia. It is located in the far east of the Kimberley and is only 37 kilometres from the border with the Northern Territory. There is a population of approximately 7000, about half of whom are North Australian Indigenous peoples. The town is surrounded by irrigated farmland and the main industries of the town are farming, mining and tourism. In land size, the Kununurra Parish is larger than Victoria and many of the Christian programs in the area have an Indigenous focus.


April Prayer Points for Kununurra
Give thanks and praise for the opportunities to share the message of our risen Saviour with the people in our community. May our Easter services bring glory to God.

Jim & Natalie Watson

Jim and Natalie Watson have served as BCA Co-Workers in the Western Australian town of Kununurra since 2004. The Watsons have a heart for ministry to Indigenous people. They host a weekly Bible study in their home for local Indigenous families. Jim also works two days a week at the local school among at-risk students and three days teaching construction at the local TAFE. He has been able to share his faith and now has a pastoral role in the lives of many young adults in Kununurra.

Children: Jesse (2004), Matthew (2005), Luke (2007), Isabel (2010)


The Watsons' April Prayer Points
Thank God for Easter opportunities to share the gospel of Jesus with our community. Pray for responsive hearts and changed lives as people come to repentance and faith. Pray Aboriginal Christians find belonging in Christ’s church.