Day 9: Coming to a close

Day 9: Coming to a close

We enjoyed an extra hour of sleep on Saturday night due to the end of Daylight Savings time, and this helped us to summon up our last reserves of energy to enjoy the last Sunday of mission. Again the Sunday involved three services: a traditional service at 8:30am, a...
Day 7: Full-on Friday!

Day 7: Full-on Friday!

Fridays are a bustling, busy day at St Marks. The church run an op shop every Wednesday and Friday, with a variety of people from the local community coming in regularly to seek a bargain. On Fridays the op shop is run in conjunction with a coffee shop, serving drinks...
Day 5: The state of Tasmania

Day 5: The state of Tasmania

Wednesday, Day five of Hobart mission, was another encouraging day for us serving in Bellerive. As a team we have found ourselves quickly warming up to a culture down here which is very friendly; even when we are doorknocking and people don’t want anything to do with...
Day 3: The storm before the calm

Day 3: The storm before the calm

On  Day 3 (Monday) of mission we were met with forecasts of an unusually warm 28 degrees, but windy with showers – so we didn’t really know what we would be in for! We arrived at the church for our team meeting at 9am and shared stories of encouragement...
“Hope Found Here”

“Hope Found Here”

There’s a fourth Moore College team going overseas this week – Team Hobart have taken off over the Bass Strait and met up in the Eastern Shore suburb of Bellerive. As a local of this beautiful state, and one half of our blog team (the other being the...