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The Real Australian Spring 2023 Editorial
As I write these few words, I find myself looking out of my office window from time to time, finally seeing some life. What I mean is, the trees outside my window, which have been bare all winter, are finally starting to show some life. That said, we all know that the trees were never really dead. They just don’t look lifelike with bare branches and no green leaves. Yet as spring approaches it all changes, doesn’t it?
31 Aug 2023
Post & Rails Spring 2023
Messages of congratulations, welcomes and farewells from across the BCA family...
31 Aug 2023
Meeting a real need in prison ministry
BCA have supported the Watson family in their ministry with our Indigenous brothers and sisters for nearly 20 years. This year we embarked on a new partnership with Natalie who has been appointed in a part-time role with the Diocese of the Northern Territory, as their Women’s Pastoral Ministry Worker.
31 Aug 2023
BCA 4 Kids: Campfire fun
That cold breezy weather is (hopefully) upon us. I wrote this article in April when summer was still struggling to exit and make way for autumn. Here’s to believing that now it is winter, we are shivering in our boots as the temperature has dropped and we can make the best of all this season has to offer.
14 Jul 2023
Thriving church plant on the Southern Beaches
Just over five years since Southern Beaches Anglican (SBA) was launched in south-east Tasmania, this church plant is thriving, with a community of 60 plus members.
1 Jun 2023
Transitioning well to life and work in the bush
The first BCA ONTRACK cohort have successfully completed Term 1 of the program. ONTRACK aims to help participants negotiate bumps in the road and thrive as they serve Jesus in the bush. It provides training, mentoring and a cohort of like-minded peers, with the aim of developing their professional, personal and spiritual lives.
1 Jun 2023
Music creates community in Mallacoota
As most readers know, the Cooperating Parish of Croajingolong was devastated by the Black Summer Bushfires in 2019/20. Over the last few years, we have been recipients of huge amounts of prayer, support, and financial assistance.
1 Jun 2023
The Real Australian Winter 2023 Editorial
You may have heard a lot about Artificial Intelligence (AI) of late. It’s the shiny new toy that many are playing with. From chatbots to maybe one day self-driving cars, AI is already impacting our lives in countless ways...
1 Jun 2023
A vastly different ministry, but one reaping rewards
Hello from the Harradine’s. We have been back in South Australia since January. Our work here is vastly different to Broken Hill. We still miss our church family in the Hill, but we have had to quickly adjust to a new way of living and ministering.
1 Jun 2023
Post & Rails Winter 2023
Messages of congratulations, welcomes and farewells from across the BCA family...
1 Jun 2023
First fruits of the FNMT
Since BCA started partnering with the Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship’s First Nations Ministry Training (FNMT) initiative in mid-2022, Principal Dennis Taylor and his wife Valda have been tirelessly working  building relationships and forming partnerships.
1 Mar 2023
Bringing good news to school kids in the Territory
In January this year Kylie, Matt & Ava Garrett took the long drive from Port Macquarie to Darwin. On 23 January, Kylie commenced as the Scripture Union NT Field Development Manager. In this role, she oversees and coordinates the Religious Instruction and Chaplaincy programs, SUPA Clubs and ISCF groups in the Darwin area.
1 Mar 2023

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