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Tribute to Former ACCIM Staff Members

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Global Mission Partners pays tribute to former staff members of the Australian Churches of Christ Indigenous Ministries (ACCIM) whose lives were celebrated in the past few weeks.

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When Helping Hurts: Inequality

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Between 1990 and 2015, the Millennium Development Goal of halving extreme poverty (less than USD$1.90 per day) was achieved. Extreme poverty went from 1,926 million to 836 million people – amazing! Over a similar period (1981-2010) poverty in China reduced dramatically (835 million to 156 million people) and in India significantly (429 million to 361 million). These are fantastic results, but they are not the whole story.

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Great Gifts, Real Impact

Great Gifts, Real Impact

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Working together is what empowers our projects to have real impact. It’s people like you whose generosity enables the ongoing work of our partners. This month, it is exciting to announce that GMP launches our 2018-19 Great Gift catalogue. Let me tell you how your Great Gifts are making an impact!

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A Foundation of Hope in Fiji

A Foundation of Hope in Fiji

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

When Pastor Raj Deo met Rukmani at Lomawai in 1999, she was 56 and had suffered chronic back pain since childhood. She was unable to do manual labour – a significant challenge for a widow whose only source of livelihood was the sugar cane farm she took responsibility for after her husband’s death 16 years earlier. 

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New Borehole Fills Sipho with Joy

New Borehole Fills Sipho with Joy

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

The Safe Water September (SWS) challenge has concluded, but the impact remains. So far $101,339, has been raised for safe water projects in Zimbabwe. Donations will be used to support communities in rural Zimbabwe to access safe water, bringing joy to people like Sipho.

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Songlines Walking Tour

Songlines Walking Tour

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

The Songlines walking tour of inner city sites in Melbourne is designed to offer an insight into local Indigenous history and culture with a view to increasing awareness and sensitivity to the social, political, physical and spiritual forces affecting many Indigenous Australians both in the past and today.

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Intentional Relationships

Intentional Relationships

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

The claim that we know someone is a big one. It indicates that we have invested in who they are, their life story and their ups and downs. It is to say we appreciate who they are. We can only do this if we take the other person seriously...

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Safe Water Restores a Community

Safe Water Restores a Community

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

While the community has come a long way, Unite is hopeful that work in her village is not complete. She looks forward to future projects, which will make it even easier to access life-changing water.

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Helping Can Be Tricky

Helping Can Be Tricky

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Playing with orphaned kids when I’m on holidays, or sending practical supplies, sending quick fix help, welfare, voluntourism, unrequested gifts in kind, and thinking that slavery is over… there are lots of ways that trying to help others can be tricky. You might say, “But God has called us to help people! Is God trying us, by making it complicated?” I don’t think so. As in everything...

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Our Journey with Vuci Rd in Fiji

Our Journey with Vuci Rd in Fiji

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

When our church first got involved starting up a partnership with Vuci Rd church in Suva, Fiji, my expectation was that we would be helping the small community of Indo-Fijian believers in church development. I was overawed by the prospect, given my lack of experience in anything resembling leadership development, music ministry or anything else that a church might hope to ‘develop’. I expected...

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