Drip by Drip the Jar Fills
Fri 13 Jan 2017 | Global Interaction

In Cambodia, as throughout all Global Interaction teams, Jesus is the centre of who we are and what we do. Jesus is our reason for living among the Khmer people. Also, Jesus is our model for how we go about our lives. Firstly, the team is always seeking to live incarnationally among the Khmer by working incredibly hard to be culturally and linguistically competent. Secondly, team members are always seeking to be the Good News by training themselves in spiritual practices. For example, prayer, hospitality and listening. Next, the team is building authentic relationships with those who do not yet know Jesus. Then, into those relationships the team is always seeking to share the Good News, that is, Jesus, through stories. We invited Catherine to help us see what this looks like for her life in Cambodia.


Papua New Guinea - Oh, The Wheel Nut!
Mon 26 Sep 2016 | Global Interaction

Following WWII, the first Baptist ministry began in Papua New Guinea in 1949. Now, there are over 400 local churches with over 60,000 believers! Global Interaction Consultant Geoff Cramb recently visited church leaders to support and encourage them in their striving toward their vision of ‘Believing God and Serving Holistically’. During this trip he also witnessed a very significant event.


Shining God's Love
Mon 26 Sep 2016 | Global Interaction

The Global Interaction team in Central Asia are seeking to empower the H people to develop their own distinctive ways of following Jesus. Lulu has served in the team for the past 16 years. We’re thankful for the love she has for God and the H people.


Celebrating Ethnic Thai Leaders
Mon 26 Sep 2016 | Global Interaction

Following years of ministry among the Ethnic Thai we celebrate the news that three emerging faith communities are now being led by local believers! Cross-cultural worker Petina explains how this has come about and introduces us to some of the leaders.


Five Outback Communities
Mon 12 Sep 2016 | Global Interaction

In early 2009 Bill and Pauline drove into the Northern Territory excited, afraid and challenged about a change of lifestyle, culture and home. God had clearly directed them to the remote Indigenous communities of Kalkaringi and Lajamanu. They spent the first year building relationships and learning a new way of life. Seven years later they have grown in their relationship with Jesus and have been constantly challenged about how to serve, support and love those around them.