As a church our mission is to know Christ and make Him known to Wollongong and the World. At Wollongong Baptist Church we are committed to fulfilling Jesus’ Great Commission, to go and make disciples of all nations. That’s why we are committed to training, sending and supporting disciple-makers. Below is a list of the disciple-makers whom we are in partnership with.

<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Tim and Bec Kime</strong></span>

Tim and Bec Kime

Tim & Bec are school teachers who are serving with Pioneers at Hope International School in Cambodia.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Josh and Ali Reeve</strong></span>

Josh and Ali Reeve

Josh & Ali are working with European Christian Mission in Tirana, the capital city of Albania. They are involved in church planting and disability ministry.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Scott and Rachael Adamson</strong></span>

Scott and Rachael Adamson

Scott serves with Power to Change (formerly Student Life / Campus Crusade for Christ Australia), in Toowoomba, Queensland. He heads up their distance-coaching strategy for starting student-led Christian movements around the country.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Daryl and Cecily Brenton</strong></span>

Daryl and Cecily Brenton

Daryl and Cecily lived in Papua New Guinea for years and now assist others in translation and bible knowledge projects.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Paul and Cathy</strong></span>

Paul and Cathy

Paul and Cathy have lived in urban Thailand and have been involved in community based evangelism. Their prayer is that whole Thai communities would be transformed by Jesus.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Jasmine</strong></span>


Jasmine has been living in Chiangmai, Thailand and involved in creative ministries. At present she trains ethnic teams across South-East Asia to produce gospel videos in their native language.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Milard and Joyce</strong></span>

Milard and Joyce

Millard and Joyce have been living and serving in Lebanon with focus on evangelism and discipleship. Recently they planted a church where they have small groups and large evangelistic rallies.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Andrew and Emma Beddoe</strong></span>

Andrew and Emma Beddoe

The Beddoe's are pioneering a ministry training strategy to equip practical gospel workers. The strategy adopts a TAFE/apprenticeship model, recognising that 75% of Australians have never completed a University qualification.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Matthew and Evelyn Meek</strong></span>

Matthew and Evelyn Meek

Matthew aims to oversee, develop, resource and encourage ‘FOCUS’ (International Student Ministry) nationally and locally at Wollongong University. FOCUS is affiliated with AFES.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Phil and Miriam Snelling</strong></span>

Phil and Miriam Snelling

After returning from cross cultural ministry in Taiwan, Phil is now leading the ‘FOCUS’ (International Student Ministry) group at Macquarie University.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Jordan Milburn</strong></span>

Jordan Milburn

Jordan is a performer/puppeteer with Quiz Worx, a kids’ ministry seeking to share Jesus with kids everywhere.
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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Nate & Jenni</strong></span>

Nate & Jenni

Nate and Jenni are involved in a church planting and discipleship ministry in eastern Africa. They work with a small group of new believers to reach a largely unchurched people group.

<span style="color: #000000;"><strong>Samar Mikhael</strong></span>

Samar Mikhael

Samar is a scripture teacher at Smith’s Hill high school in Wollongong. At Smith’s Hill High, Samar teaches scripture, the electives ‘Christian studies’ and ‘studies of religion’ and runs lunchtime groups.
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Wollongong Baptist Church is a part of the Gospel for the Gong (G4G) network. G4G is a relational network, between churches that are in central Wollongong and are passionate about the gospel.The G4G churches share a commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ, to reformed, evangelical doctrine, to biblical theology, and to the systematic preaching of God’s word.

The G4G churches desire to see God’s gospel have a greater impact in Wollongong. This desire has birthed our network for we believe the churches can do more when working together than by working alone. G4G exists to promote and implement a positive vision of gospel-centred, Bible-confident, doctrinally-deep, culturally-engaged and effective ministry among the Christians of Wollongong.

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