Joel and Hannah, along with their three children Amy, Finnegan and John, have moved to Roxby Downs to begin a Ministry Training Arrangement in partnership with BCA.
For the last two days of Term 2 and the first few days of the mid-year vacation, 23 students and four staff from Penrith Anglican College went out to Broken Hill as part of a Dusty Boots service trip.
The Reverend Stephen May, Vicar of Ivanhoe, is the new chair of BCA’s Victorian Regional Committee.
It is with great pleasure that we can announce the appointment of the new BCA Regional Officers for South Australia/Northern Territory and Queensland/Northern New South Wales.
David and Priya will be heading to Paraburdoo as BCA’s newest Field Staff.
Robyn Williams, BCA’s National Administration Manager, is a student at Mary Andrews College in Sydney and was recently interviewed about her passion for studying God’s word and the importance of Bush Church Aid’s work in rural and remote Australia.
Earlier this year all the BCA offices took part in the #3postivethings initiative.
Rod and I have many reasons to be thankful – our upbringing in Christian homes, healthy children and grandchildren, purposeful work and the list goes on.
Congratulations to BCA field staffer Richard Lanham who was ordained on Saturday 8 November at St Paul's Cathedral in Sale, Victoria.
Messages of congratulations, welcomes and farewells from across the BCA family.
Being a mother of four (or any number!) young children is certainly a frantic life with very little unoccupied time.
God works through the BCA Prayer Notes in more ways than simply answering the prayers of our Field Staff.
We came to Christ this year after attending the BCA supported Anglican Church around Easter time.
In mid October, the ABC posted an article online about the end of the coal boom in Moranbah in northern Queensland and the effect it is having on businesses and house prices in the area.
David, Traci and Daphne Mitchell have recently moved to Geraldton WA to begin a pioneering evangelistic ministry in its booming southern suburbs.
BCA is raising $110,000 to support two couples in 2015 as they take on pioneering ministries to connect people with the gospel of Jesus.
BCA’s Drought and Family Support Workers made their debut on the airwaves this week after starting their ministry in early August.
St Peters Nightcliff in Darwin celebrated its 50th anniversary over the weekend of 16-17 August 2014.
Proving once again that BCA people know to be prepared, former Field Staffer Bernard Buckland was honoured by the Scouting movement with life membership on 26 July 2014.
The Bishop of Bendigo, The Right Reverend Andrew Curnow, has appointed Dale Barclay as a Canon in the Diocese of Bendigo.