December last year saw the community of Gahini in Rwanda welcome a group of Year 12 Gippsland Grammar students who travelled to their country as an alternative to ‘schoolies’.
CMS Summer School has twice been the turning point in the lives of new BCA Field Staff Roger and Amanda Kyngdon. It is where they first met in the summer of 2009 and it’s where in 2015 Gary Nelson offered them a position in the Diocese of North West Australia.
Whenever I travel outside our major centres and see the number of bars on my mobile phone dwindle, I am reminded how easy it is to take everyday services for granted.
Collated by the Victorian Regional Officer The Revd Adrian Lane, these prayer notes allow you to pray around rural and regional Victoria for all communities and BCA Field Staff in the area.
Congratulations to Mr Allan Sauer on receiving a Medal (OAM) Of The Order Of Australia for service to the Anglican Church in the Australia Day Honours in 2016.
BCA Field Staff Neville Naden was interviewed on Sydney radio station 2CH on Sunday evening ahead of the Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship (AEF) Convention being held in Port Augusta this week.
In August this year ABC News reported that BHP Billiton would axe about 380 jobs, mostly from the Olympic Dam mine in Roxby Downs. Also in August, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that Beyond Bank would shut its Roxby Downs branch by October.
The Anglican Diocese of Tasmania has elected a new Bishop, The Venerable Dr Richard Condie.
In the Summer 2015 BCA Prayer Notes, there is a mistake on Day 23. Lindsay and Carolyn Whybrow's prayer points are incorrect.
Not having access to a ship, a champagne bottle, a ribbon, or a man on horseback with a sword, BCA has launched its fresh look in the very best way – by celebrating with some of the special people God has called to share our mission.
For two years we have been running ‘Deeper’ – a Bible study for children who attend our church. We have been delighted by the response from the young people with their increasing love of God’s word and belief in the power of prayer through studying His word.
Rod and I began our journey with BCA in 2002. Rod’s mum Maureen was an avid BCA supporter, so when Rod’s job as Assistant Minister at Villawood came to an end, she suggested he try BCA.
You may have noticed some changes to our look. Our new logo with the cross reaching over our continent represents our desire to see Christ honoured in our Nation.
Messages of congratulations, welcomes and farewells from across the BCA family.
As part of BCA’s vision to inspire and train a new generation of culturally diverse leaders, Duku Wolikare (originally from Sudan) travelled to Broken Hill to learn about Indigenous culture for a possible future ministry. Here is his story:
With a generous donation from link church St John’s Asquith, the Lightning Ridge Community Church was recently able to fund a ‘cottonseed drop’ at a local property.
My Sunday morning radio spot in Norfolk Island brought an unexpected visitor to St Barnabas Chapel in late June.
I receive a text message in the middle of the night – “Paraburdoo PFRS Turnout – power pole fire on mine road.”
A number of years ago, our parish had a dream of establishing a presence in the heart of the community through a shop front.
Monica and I recently visited the Anglican Church at Longreach, where we saw a portrait of Fred Hulton-Sams, better known as the ‘fighting parson’.