bmf1Each year, Baptist Mission Fellowship (BMF), raises money for a specific aspect of NZBMS’s work. In 2017, we focus on Tripura for the BMF special offering.

The NZBMS and the Tripura Baptist Christian Union (TBCU) have a long history of relationship stretching back to the mid-1930s and in 2018, the TBCU will recognise its 80th anniversary. St Paul’s School - established and initially staffed by Kiwi Baptists - will also celebrate its 75th Jubilee in February 2018.

We are committed to the relationship with our friends in Tripura and while this certainly includes prayer, their financial and physical needs are great. There is much that could be done through, hostels and the school, community development, and theological education. TBCU are doing what they can but resources are limited. In 2017, we seek to build the resources we can offer in support of the needs they may have.

We invite you to join us in raising that support.

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