Missions Month 2017

Missions Month Programme

Sunday 7th May
10am: Speaker: Mike Burrows – Open Doors ‘Persecuted Church’
Introduction to Mission Month — Ronnie
Pastor Dwayne will be sharing about Fiji Missions Trip and Prayer ChallengeGroup of students (with both Ranui and budget scholarships)
6pm Service:  Speaker Sani Brunt

Sunday 14th May
10am: Speaker: Andrew Wilks – Mission Without Borders
The young people going to Fiji will be sharing details of the upcoming July mission trip.
6pm Service: Josephine Martin

Sunday 21th May
10am: Speaker: Pastor Bob Lawson ‘The Power of Life’.
Scripture `For I know the plans I have for you says the Lord, plans for good and not for harm, to give you a future and a hope’. Jeremaiah 29:11.
Sharleen Taua: Testimony
6pm Service: Murray Wynn

Sunday 28nd MayMissions Month 2017.1
10am: Speaker: Pastor Dwayne – ‘Activating God’s Space’
Daniel Jung is sharing about his son’s (Gunn) mission to Turkey last year.
Church members are encouraged to wear their National dress.
Several cultural items by selected members.
6pm Service: Denny Hansen

 We Support The impoverished Romani Youth in Nou

  • We finance their transport to get to school and career training
  • We help purchase stationary
  • We work through the local Baptist church in Nou under compassionate and evangelistic Pastor CornellMissions Month 2017.2
  • We are part of a larger group knitting blankets and clothing for Nou
  • We pray for Pastor Cornell, the church, its mission and the youth

Most of our fundraising during missions month takes place through ‘self-denial’ that is where individuals and families deny themselves, coffee, puddings, outings etc. for the month and put that

money into a gift at the end of May. People can also make a donation in an envelope marked “Nou”.
Occasionally people fundraise by selling craft.

 Prayer Points:

  • God’s Holy Spirit on the church and those that come for help through the church in Nou.
  • Salvations not just amongst the youth but whole families.
  • Whole families to be better off economically
  • Strength, wisdom and power on Pastor Cornell and his team as there is a large group of youth coming up through the scheme.
  • Godly relationships amongst the youth and church

Two of the original youth have now become leaders in the church.  Several have been saved. Many are now in jobs and their families out of poverty because of Ranui Baptist Church. Children are being born into homes that can feed them.
Pastor Cornell will now require all beneficiaries to come to bible study