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Pastor Greg’s reflections on the importance of reconciliation and what it means to him.
Faith leads to action. This short sentence could be the catch cry of any history of Christian Mission.
Despite COVID travel restrictions around Australia, IMA was able to run our first ‘pilot’ city tour in Adelaide with the Churches of Christ SA/NT.
One way to engage further with your local Indigenous community is by inviting Indigenous Pastor, Greg Little, to share at your church.
Fiona Briers, founder of Bright Solutions Vietnam, is back in Australia…well, after first spending time in a quarantine hotel in Sydney.
Laxmi was born in the Prakash Tekadi slums, and has lived there her whole life. She had limited access to education as a child.
In the past year there have been many changes. The anticipated ‘normal’ that we planned for has gone for ever. We are learning new ways of living.
It’s difficult to travel from the slums of Prakash Tekadi to the nearest public hospital. Closer hospitals are private and, therefore, expensive.
Reconciliation Week (May 27-June 3) marked almost three decades of Australia’s formal reconciliation process.
Ngaama Ministries, with the support of Indigenous Ministries Australia, conducted a Cultural Awareness Workshop at Riverview Church, WA, on May 14.
The Melanesian Evangelical Churches of Christ (MECOC) has grown to more than 100 local churches...