New Dunesk proposal

The gospel needs in the bush are enormous, but the PIM workforce is very small. PIM’s New Dunesk proposal seeks to change that by creating all kinds of new ways for people to become involved in God’s Mission to our nation.

The New Dunesk proposal was warmly received and approved by the General Assembly of Australia (of the Presbyterian Church) in September 2019, and PIM will now go ahead and ‘Establish a rural facility from which God’s people will be inspired, equipped and sent out for ministry to INLAND Australia.’

In short, this means we will purchase a property in rural NSW that can be set up as a centre where PIM will run various programmes aimed at getting people from our churches personally involved in the working of proclaiming Christ to our nation … people just like you!

Read more about the New Dunesk proposal in the latest edition of On Track, and ways in which you can become involved. One of those ways is through our new Gap Year programme.