Posted on: 16th July 2021
CMS missionaries Tavis and Kate Beer serve in the Northern Territory, supporting Aboriginal church leaders and developing ministry resources. Here they share stories of some of the ways God is at work in the NT. It is an enormous privilege to sit with Christian leaders, pastors and emerging church leaders and hear how God has been at work […]
Posted on: 8th July 2019
CMS missionary Kate Beer, together with Tavis, admits that sometimes challenges will be easier to see than progress. They work in the Northern Territory. If I have learnt anything from the Territory, it is to hold lightly to whatever we expected. Sometimes it works out better than I could have imagined! Just last week, a […]
Posted on: 22nd August 2018
On 1 August, the Kunwinjku New Testament was officially dedicated in Gunbalanya, giving Aboriginal Kunwinjku speakers access to many books of the Bible that they have never before been able to read in their own language. The translation has been long awaited, with many Kunwinjku Christians and CMS missionaries in Gunbalanya (also known as Oenpelli) […]
Posted on: 21st August 2017
Men can minister to women and women can minister to men. But here CMS missionary Kate Beer (serving with Tavis in the Northern Territory) reminds us that in Aboriginal culture there are strong reasons for also working in separate gender groups.