A FREE five study small group discussion guide, considering how the principles of Biblical Justice apply to five vulnerable people groups in our community, providing welcome, inclusion, hope, community and life in all its fullness.
The five studies cover:
Printed copies of the Leader’s Guide, Discussion Booklet and updated Prayer Cards will be available – please order by 19 July 2021. To order printed copies from the Church Support Team please T :8273 7100 or E: email@example.com.
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The pack contains five double-sided A5 Prayer Cards. One side of the Prayer Cards has a list of prayer points that you can pray for each day, as a church community or individually.
The other side has an example of the opportunity to learn a little about the ways Baptist Care SA works with a vulnerable group. You are then invited to pray for the effectiveness of this ministry.Learn More
You can also order hard copies from the Church Support Team with a bonus fridge magnet holder so you can store the prayer cards as a visible reminder to pray.
Please place your order before 11 am on Monday 19 July.
Please email the number of packs you require along with a mailing address to E: firstname.lastname@example.org without delay!
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About the Author
Scott Higgins BTh, MTh, GradCert (Social Change & Development) Scott Higgins is a social justice and ethics consultant, educator and writer.
Ordained as a pastor by the Baptist Churches of NSW and ACT he worked for fifteen years in pastoral ministry and spent a decade working for Baptist World Aid where he founded the Catalyst advocacy program; wrote the widely used 50:50 and End of Greed books, preaching and study guides; and initiated the now acclaimed fashion industry supply chain reports.
After concluding at Baptist World Aid he founded A Just Cause, a delegated body of Australian Baptist Ministries, designed to equip churches to pursue justice issues within Australia; initiated Converge, an annual gathering of Baptist leaders from across Australia to lobby Federal Parliamentarians on issues of justice; and served on the Boards of Micah Challenge and Stop the Traffik.
Scott lives in Newcastle with his wife Sandy and two of their three children and is an active member of Hamilton Baptist Church.
For more information or enquiries, please contact:
Baptist Care SA Church Support Team
T: 08 8273 7100