Hunter Bible Church has special relationships with a few organisations who work at proclaiming the gospel in places we can’t go and to people we can’t reach.
With CMS in France
Kelly has been serving in France with CMS since the middle of 2015. She’ll spend her first year in full-time language learning, after which she’s looking at partnering with a local church planting organisation called France Mission. She hopes to be involved in training and discipling women - much the same as she did when she worked at HBC! Will you join with her in longing and praying for a France that knows Jesus.
Mike & Katie Taylor
with CMS in Tanzania
Mike and Katie serve at Munguishi Bible College. As Acting Principal, Mike’s work ranges from teaching, caring for staff, overseeing the maize harvest and fundraising, to reshaping the culture and curriculum of the College. He loves teaching the doctrines of grace. Katie cares for their children, helps with administration at the College and teaches Bible and sewing in their program for Pastors’ wives.
Chris & Karen Webb
with CMS in Broome WA
Chris and Karen are currently working in partnership with the Anglican Diocese of North West Australia, with the aim of growing and strengthening the Aboriginal church in Broome. They hope to encourage Aboriginal Christians by sharing their lives with them and teaching God’s word.
Dene & Rachel Hughes
With CMS in Japan
Dene and Rachel are involved in student ministry with the KGK as well as continuing their language study in Japan. They also fellowship with the Mukonoso Megumi Church and will be seeking opportunities to share their hope in Christ with their neighbourhood.
Kingsley & Veronica Box
With CMS in Slovenia
Kingsley, Veronica and their four children have been in Slovenia for a number of years. They have recently moved from Maribor (where they were focusing on university student ministry) to Ljubljana. They are currently working alongside the Reformed Evangelical Church there to help spread the gospel amongst their local community.
HAMILTON SOUTH JESUS CHURCH
WITH THE GENEVA PUSH IN HAMILTON, NSW
JOSH & SARAH ALLEN
WITH THE GENEVA PUSH IN FOOTSCRAY, VIC
Josh and Sarah are moving to Footscray in 2016 with a small launch team to seek to evangelise a new church into existence. They will be sharing Jesus with a multicultural mix of uni students, young professionals and new migrants.
Footscray is a fast-growing multicultural suburb in Melbourne's inner west, with people from over 130 nations living, shopping and eating there. It's a university suburb, a festival hotspot, and is home to many refugee services.
Sign up for their newsletter here.
Lincoln and Leah Bill
with Hope Myanmar Partnership in Yangon, Myanmar
Hope Myanmar Partnership is an evangelical Christian organisation that seeks to glorify God by introducing Christ to the people of Myanmar, so that they may grow to have a mature life in Him. Lincoln and Leah's primary roles are running a Bible college and a pre-school, this keeps them very busy!
For more information, or to sign up to Lincoln and Leah's newsletters please check out the HMP website: www.hopemyanmar.org
Ross and Lyndal Webb
with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Vanuatu
Ross and Lyndal have been involved in Bible translation work in the Pacific region for the past few decades. Ross and Lyndal have returned to Vanuatu to begin a new job centred around 3 languages on Epi Island. After 30 years, New Testaments in each of these languages are almost complete. Later they will be involved in helping speakers ‘get into’ the Scripture for themselves. There’ll be other training type jobs on the side too, to make sure they stay busy!
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for their newsletter and support info.
Rob and Jenny Alley
with AIM (Australian Indigenous Ministries)
Rob and Jen used to live in Newcastle and have been sent from our church. They now live in Taree, with their two daughters Miriam and Katie and son Isaac, working with Australian Indigenous Ministries running Mission Awareness Tours and encouraging missionaries working in Koori communities around Australia.
Supporting Compassion projects in Bangladesh
Compassion is an international Christian child development and child advocacy ministry committed to working in partnership with local churches around the world to foster the spiritual, economic, social, physical and emotional development of children living in extreme poverty in over 26 developing countries.
Compassion's vision is the transformation of lives, communities and nations through releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.