One thing that is bringing hope, is that we are facing this struggle together, our partners overseas, and to our supporters like you...
“The motorcycle is one of the most important instruments that you can give for evangelists.” BJ explains.
This year Easter in Australia is going to be different. Regardless of these changed circumstances Jesus is walking with us. It is our walk of hope.
When Suvarna was a young girl, her father tragically passed away. Her mother didn’t make enough money to support her and her two younger sisters.
The IMA Pathways program helps emerging Indigenous leaders access much needed leadership development and ministry training opportunities.
What a lot of change in a short space of time, with such a direct and personal impact on us all! Here's what GMP is doing in response to COVID-19...
Melanie was still studying at university when she found out she was pregnant. Immediately, she was scared.
It was raining with no moonlight, and the fields were muddy. Our torches struggled to light the way. We really had no idea where we should go.
One family offered their home to be used as a church, so Ferius could preach and share the gospel with them.
On the 19th of November, Mrs Valma Schultz was sworn in as a Councillor for the Dundas Shire Council.
On Tuesday 30 June 2020, the GMP card ministry will conclude after 54 years of raising funds for Churches of Christ Overseas Mission.
The impact of the recent bushfires has been overwhelming. Homes, buildings and land have been destroyed and tragically people have lost their lives.