Beyond TN10

For this is what the Lord has commanded us: ‘I have made you a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring salvation to the ends of the earth.’

Acts 13:47

BTN10 is the work of TBC beyond our local community, much of which happens overseas. We develop relationships with our six Mission Partners, engaging TBC in mission, encouraging participation practically, financially and in prayer. The two-way relationships enable regular visits, interviews, mission trips and prayer support through “TBC Global” and “Pray and Play” Services.

Partners

Baptist Home Mission

The focus for TBC’s support is the pioneering work of Kent Thameside Mission in North Kent.

Penny Marsh is leading a church planting project seeking to connect with the residents of the new Ebbsfleet Garden City where she and her family now live, building relationships and sharing faith in innovative and relevant ways. These include a missional and creative form of church called ‘Sunday Active’, where people can meet to exercise, socialise, and experience Jesus.

Dawn Wellbelove works in Northfleet North, which is one of the most socially deprived areas of North Kent. Her mission is bringing God’s love to this community in practical and spiritual ways.  She helps run adult and kids’ churches, a breakfast club for Mums, CAP (Christians against Poverty) courses in conjunction with the local food bank, and even uses puppets to communicate the gospel. She undertakes gardening projects to improve the area and is setting up a Job Club to support and encourage those in the community seeking employment.

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BMS Albania

Annie and Dan lead ‘Tek Ura’ (‘at the bridge’) a BMS supported Albanian charity working with some of the poorest and most marginalised people in Europe. Their vison is to provide a place for local people to meet and experience God and to empower them to help one another. Since 2016 they have established an inclusive community centre, a service provider of health, education and welfare support and a Christian faith community made up of a network of groups.

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Fulani Ministries

Boureima and Susanna lead Fulani Ministries whose vision is to spread the Gospel amongst the Fulani people. Living in 19 African countries, they are one of the largest unreached people groups in the world. Much of the work is centred at the Jam Tan training school in Burkina Faso, which trains Fulani Christians in discipleship and church planting, as well as serving the local community providing education, regular health days, poverty relief and teaching practical skills such as weaving and tailoring.

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Mission Rwentobo

Mission Rwentobo is an intergenerational group made up of members of the TBC family and others that have developed links with Rwentobo, Uganda. Working with the World Shine Primary School, Mission Rwentobo TBC Teams have been to Uganda eight times since 2016 to lead projects including building work, healthcare clinics, sporting programmes, dance and drama lessons as well as participating in outreach programmes and teaching on safeguarding principles.

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Oasis Belgium

Working specifically with trafficked women from South East Asia, particularly Thailand, Phil and his team run a helpline for women who are experiencing domestic abuse and help women to escape exploitation and find community and employment.   They also work with a local school in the St Josse area of Brussels, ensuring that the most needy children have breakfast and lunch and access homework clubs. Lastly, they run a project called the Buurtbar, which aims to help isolated elderly people find community and purpose.

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Stand By Me

Stand By Me, a UK charity, became aware of the needs caused by extreme levels of poverty in Bekoji, Ethiopia. Moved by the commitment of the local church to provide education, they adopted the Bethany School where today they are providing the poorest children with a quality education, daily food, health care and family support. The Bekoji Children’s Home was later opened to care for orphaned and at-risk children. The Abdi Academy opened in 2013 to meet the needs of children in the town of Dembi Dollo.

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Sarah Jennings

Children’s Worker & Elder – Beyond TN10
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