psd17 1280x960A big thank you to all of you who have supported our Prayer and Self Denial appeal this year. We hope you have enjoyed exploring the many different treasures that have been handed down to us.

We’ve been hearing great stories from our Baptist Churches across the country who have engaged with this three-week appeal. If your church has participated this year, we would love for you to send us some photos and to share the creatively innovative ways that the theme Nga Taonga Tuku Iho has been displayed.

If your church has not yet signed up, this is a small reminder that it’s not too late to use Prayer and Self Denial in your church. If you are interested in highlighting Baptist overseas mission in your church, visit, or phone the Tranzsend office, (09) 526 8440.

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