We are pleased to bring to you this year’s Baptist Care SA Month resources for churches, small groups and individuals to explore everyday expressions of Biblical justice.
The resources are designed to engage with a theological understanding of Biblical justice and what this can look like in practice in a local church community along with examples from the work of Baptist Care SA in supporting vulnerable people.
We know many churches may explore Biblical Justice and the work of Baptist Care SA during another month in the year. The resources will be available whenever your church needs them.
We encourage you to engage daily as a congregation, as families and as individuals with the opportunities to celebrate, learn, take action and pray with us this month as we reflect on the various ways God brings light into the darkness through our combined efforts.
We have put this package together in such a way that we hope it provides great flexibility in how it might be shared.
The daily calendar can be used by individuals, families and small groups during the week and then each Sunday we have curated a series of five Prayer Cards which has a list prayer points that you can pray for each day, as a church community or individually.
We hope that this resource will be a blessing to your congregations and the stories will encourage you with the work that our God has been doing over this period of uncertainty.
To encourage congregations, families and individuals to engage daily with the opportunities to celebrate, learn, take action and pray with us for a month as we reflect on the various ways God brings light into the darkness through our combined effortsView Calendar
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.Learn More
Join us in praying during Baptist Care SA Month with our Prayer Card Pack.
The pack contains five double-sided A5 Prayer Cards. One side of the Prayer Card 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
A resource for pastors and church leaders to explore what the Bible means when it speaks of justice as a whole church, to deepen an understanding of the scriptural foundations upon which our churches are building just communities.Download Resources
A resource for pastors and church leaders to build on as a whole church our biblical understanding of justice from ‘On Earth as it is Heaven’ exploring a theology of belonging and focusing on inclusion of people living with disability and their carers.Download Resources