Neutral Bay Gathering
Danae is married to Nick. She is currently working with Gospel Students, the Christian student group on the Nathan Campus of Griffith University in Brisbane.
Australian Indigenous Ministries Missionary serving the community of Canteen Creek, NT and a Bible translator through Bible League
Richard and Sue Davies work with Australian Indigenous Ministries providing teaching materials, pastoral care and Bible translation. They spend up to 5 months each year ministering in a remote Aboriginal community in central Australia.
Neutral Bay Gathering
After orientation and assisting with some other projects, Naldy is now settling into the mountain area of Abancay, Peru.
M and L serve Jesus in South East Asia with their 3 children. They are passionate about sharing Jesus with those who have not yet had any chance to hear about him. Their family are part of a small team wanting to see house churches develop that reflect the local culture. They work to be a blessing to their local community through eco-business.
Shane and Ruth with their three boys work in Gijón, Spain working alongside the national church desiring to equip and encourage disciple-making disciples. Using Discover Bible Study they invite people to discover God for themselves in his word.
Dan and Liv are serving Jesus in the theological training and equipping of African church leaders at Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary in Windhoek, Namibia. Liv is also seeking to treat and train locals in the area of women’s health.
Following theological education in Sydney, Tawanda and Shupi Masango, along with their children Unathi and Sanele, are serving Jesus with SIM teaching the Bible and training students at National University of Science and Technology in Bulluwayo, Zimbabwe.
Please reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben and Sally believe everyone should have the opportunity to encounter Jesus Christ. Their ministry is to share the gospel with the people of the many sub-cultures of South West Sydney in a way that those people can understand. Along with their three kids, Ben and Sally spent several years in the Middle East, immersing themselves in the Arabic language and culture. Now they seek to make disciples of Christ who themselves make disciples, and they train others in evangelism and cross-cultural ministry for long-term overseas ministry.
This family is working with migrant workers in a large multicultural church and leaders’ Jan 2021 training college in the Middle East. They seek to encourage and equip leaders to take the gospel back to their families, cities and nations, across the region and the world.
Anglicare is a Christian not-for-profit supporting people at all stages of life. Covering Sydney, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands, Illawarra and Shoalhaven, Anglicare seeks to serve people in need, enrich lives and share the love of Jesus. The Bridge Church partners with Anglicare in various ways. Each year we run Toys n Tucker, which helps put together food and toy hampers for vulnerable families at Christmas.
For more info see https://www.anglicare.org.au
Anglicare Longbay Prison ministry
Tim Johnson is married to Ali and they have a daughter, Cia. Tim is employed by Anglicare and is one of the prison Chaplains at Long Bay Gaol where he shares the love and Good News of Jesus Christ with inmates, staff, and families, through pastoral care, discipleship, bible studies and chapel services.
The email address for contact will be OT@BTCHarvest.com.au
Voice of the Martyrs
Families of the imprisoned and persecuted in Vietnam
The harassment and persecution of Christians is a worldwide phenomenon. Voice of the Martyrs, through its International Christian Association, works in approximately 50 countries where the Gospel is opposed, supporting those who proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ despite the personal cost. Voice of the Martyrs is committed to supporting Christians wherever they might be found, in countries as diverse as Pakistan, China, India and the Sudan. Through Voice of the Martyrs our church supports the wives and families of 16 imprisoned pastors and gospel workers in Vietnam.
Compassion is a Christian international holistic child development organisation. Through its Child Sponsorship Program, more than 1.8 million children around the world are currently being released from poverty in Jesus’ name. Compassion ministers to children in a way that is Christ centred – by spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ in a culturally relevant, non-coercive way, child focused – focusing on one child at a time, and church based – partnering with local churches in developing countries who can best identify the specific needs of children in their community.
Through Compassion, each of our Kids Church congregations sponsor a child in addition to individual members of our church sponsor over 170 children. Compassion works with five local churches in the region of Central Java in Indonesia, to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name.