Tasmania Patrol

Tasmania Patrol Newsletter Winter 2019

Kim Jaeger

Access to church communities and Christian Fellowship can be rather limited for those living on farm properties or in tiny villages across the Midlands area of Tasmania. As rural churches struggle for viability, with many closing, the role of PIM workers is very important in the current landscape of country Tasmania. It is one way the Christian church can still maintain a clear Gospel witness in the Australian bush.

As part of Kim’s role, he also preaches regularly at Stanley Presbyterian Church in the state’s North West, conducts some services at Kirklands church near Campbelltown and preaches in Presbyterian churches by invitation throughout Tasmania.

Thank you for your commitment through prayer and financial giving to help Kim share the Good News of Jesus with people in rural Tasmania. It is the generous support of caring Christians that enables this vital ministry to the people living in isolated places.

Contact Kim Jaeger:

Phone: 0417 303 446

Email: [email protected]

Prayer Points

  • That more people in rural areas of Tasmania will come into a personal relationship with Jesus
  • For safety and protection as Kim conducts patrols across the region to care and reach more people with the Gospel
  • To uphold and sustain his ministry to the local community through Stanley Presbyterian Church

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