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A Time of Transition

A Time of Transition

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

It’s an exciting time of transition for Church of Christ churches in Fiji. With the Director of Fiji Community Churches of Christ, Bruce Edwards, leaving at the end of 2018 after six years, local pastors are being encouraged to plan for the future, exercise local leadership and operate as many parts of the united body of Christ.

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Ikuningen Church Gets More than a Roof

Ikuningen Church Gets More than a Roof

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Following months of preparation a team of 11 volunteers travelled to Tanna, Vanuatu, in September 2018. We had consulted with the Churches of Christ Conference in Vanuatu, Tanna Island Conference, church leaders, chiefs and locals to offer skills, training and assistance helpful to them. 

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Kids and Water Change Lives

Kids and Water Change Lives

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

This year Hudson (aged 7) and Toby (aged 5) both decided they wanted to be involved in the Safe Water September Challenge with their Nana Anne. They wanted to be involved in raising money to help others. 

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Visiting Friends and Doing Mission at the Same Time

Visiting Friends and Doing Mission at the Same Time

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Sometimes mission starts with a bucket of cash or resources to be sent to those in need. Sometimes we set off with an empty bucket, to bring back new experiences. Why not turn the bucket upside down, place it in the dust and sit beside your neighbour?

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100 Years in Bangladesh

100 Years in Bangladesh

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

For Vana Bawm and his community in remote Bangladesh, December 12 is a significant day of remembrance and celebration.

Prior to the year 1918 the Bawm tribe had never heard the gospel. Living in the relatively untouched and remote hills of Bangladesh the community practiced animism, believing that all things were living and spiritual, but not following or worshipping one God. 

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Healing and Restoring

Healing and Restoring

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

There are times when we are faced with a choice that can’t and must not be avoided. GMP is in such a situation. To make this important decision we reflected on our values and on how we can rely on the grace and goodness of God, and we decided to focus our attention on others and not on ourselves.

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Our Part to Play

Our Part to Play

Thursday, 8 November 2018

At Global Mission Partners, we say that we “know the locals.” It’s one of the things that distinguishes us. Although we are spread across the globe, we forge deep relationships, and we partner with people and projects through more than funding

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Building Relationships in Vanuatu

Building Relationships in Vanuatu

Thursday, 8 November 2018

In 2017, Castlemaine Church of Christ (Victoria) signed a formal Partnership Agreement with Churches of Christ Conference Vanuatu on behalf of the East Santo Churches of Christ. They have been sending teams to Vanuatu since 2012, starting with three visits focusing on building construction. Then in 2016, the Sunday School in Australia raised funds for the primary school in Vanuatu and a team travelled again, providing materials for the primary school in Sara Village (East Santo).

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Partnerships in South Sudan

Partnerships in South Sudan

Thursday, 8 November 2018

Christian Mercy International (CMI) in South Sudan implements activities within the push and pull of both material and spiritual poverty, developing education, health, and agriculture initiatives in the Aweil district. GMP has also established partnership with the LAID Foundation of South Sudan (LAFOSS), investing into peace-building initiatives in Juba.

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Great Gifts: Better than a Car with Cruise Control

Great Gifts: Better than a Car with Cruise Control

Thursday, 8 November 2018

Choosing a gift from the catalogue won’t make your car travel more steadily, but it will convey something of the love God calls us to have for our neighbours. It will, in a small way, start to balance the world – shift some resources from those who worry about cruise control to those who have only one pedal.

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God is Fixing All of Us

God is Fixing All of Us

Thursday, 8 November 2018

The water in the Ngezi River at Rupemba, Zimbabwe, was never good. Crocodiles made fetching water from it a dangerous chore, and many animals drank and muddied the water there. It got worse when people came seeking gold. The chemicals they used made the water toxic.

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Dareton Cooking Classes 

Dareton Cooking Classes 

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

The Dareton Cooking Classes grew organically, with youths’ interest sprouting from one man cooking his dinner at the youth centre. 

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