This is the season of giving thanks for the gift of Jesus and a time of connecting with families, friends and church community.
Recently we talked with Paulino Malou, Director of Christian Mercy International (CMI), about attitudes towards disability in South Sudan.
We invite all followers of Christ to open our hearts to a greater understanding of what this day represents for Indigenous Australians.
Jayshree, a young woman from India, has chosen to remain resilient and hopeful facing her family's financial struggles.
Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal churches, working together through the IMA Pathways Program, are able to create the safe cultural, spiritual spaces...
Some time ago, and with the blessing of the company members of GMP, we became a Participating Institution in the National Redress Scheme.
Fiji is often considered a holiday destination for Australian travellers. Some have even referred to it as a ‘paradise’.
This year Safe Water September is supporting WaSH projects in Bangladesh, in addition to the projects we support in Vanuatu and Zimbabwe.
At Emmanuel Primary School, 87% of the children have lost at least one of their parents. Half of the children have lost both.
We are in a strange season. Those of us who live in the Eastern States are in various forms of lockdown.
Mrs. Kufa has been living in her village for nearly 50 years. She lives with her husband and their four grandchildren.
For decades now, Global Mission Partners has been blessed by support from the EB Charitable Trust founded by William and Eileen Blackeby.