Is it of a rugged individual standing alone in a field of wheat – as suggested by the cover of a recent book on the subject?
A surprisingly vast and sprawling area of wilderness, Kangaroo Island is the third largest island in Australia.
Hear the latest update from Bruce, on the road as part of the Diocesan Training Tour.
I was raised by Christian parents and have been blessed from a young age to be taught the good news of the gospel.
There’s still time for students in the Parish of Broken Hill and the Far West to apply for the 2017 April Bottom Scholarship.
“That’s what we, the whole Dusty Boots team, do. We share life together in the communities where we are,"
I am repeatedly thrilled to discover how God has connected diverse people through the ministry of BCA.
Messages of congratulations, welcomes and farewells from across the BCA family.
Kristan and Kathryn Slack are two of BCA’s newest Field Staff serving in the Northern Territory. Kristan shares how God led them to their new home in Katherine.
Indigenous Community Leaders who have been mentored by BCA’s Bruce Chapman took centre stage at the youth program at this year’s Katherine Christian Convention (KCC).
The scholarship was established by the family of April Bottom following her death from cancer in 2003.
Andy, the girls and I have been in Tasmania for six years now. We believe God has called our church community to be His missionary people in the northern suburbs of Launceston.
Christian Special Religious Education currently covers more than 70 per cent of high and central schools in New South Wales. However students in many isolated rural schools have been missing out on the opportunity due to the lack of confident volunteer secondary SRE teachers, the scarcity of applicants for isolated paid positions and financial challenges.
The more things change, the more we need to work on staying connected.
The NSW/ACT Annual General Meeting held on 7 April was filled with encouragement.
BCA Field Staff Graeme and Susan Liersch have now arrived in Longreach and started ministry.
The South Australian/Northern Territory Annual General Meeting was a rousing success
Earlier this month, I attended the commissioning service at Beenleigh Parish for Peter and Joy Palmer. It marked the end (for the time being!) of fifteen years on the field with the Society.
2015 was the year of the visitor for us in Paraburdoo and Tom Price. Every one of those visits was a precious shot it the arm for us. But one particular visitor stands out from the crowd in a special way, and that is Priya’s cousin Joel who spent five months with us last year.
The effects of the mining downturn on communities in rural Western Australia and fostering relationships with link churches were on the agenda at this year’s Western Australian Annual General Meeting held in mid-March.