This year Eliza and her grandfather, David, are part of the national community of people of all ages taking the Safe Water September challenge.
Dominic Pischioneris of Devonport Churches of Christ reflects on a recent team visit to Fiji and the importance of connection.
Clean drinking water is vital for everyone. However, the impact is bigger than just health. It can take away people’s safety and dignity.
We learn from the image of the body that being active, being sensitive to what is happening around us and in us, is vitally important.
Dena and Garry have impacted many lives through their tireless efforts in the community.
Thanks to partners like you who support projects like Hosanna Ministries, learning how to use a computer changed Pallavi’s life.
Thanks to God’s provision, GMP has qualified for full accreditation. It has happened!
Billy Williams, Galen Rangiawha, and Nick Wight, visited several IMA partners and prospective partners in both South Australia and NSW.
This is what it means to partner – each taking responsibility for the part we play, not taking each other for granted – and so having an impact.
Thank you for sharing with us in the greatest commandment of Jesus. Our partners are so grateful for your support.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Chinamasa Church of Christ women are beginning to take on active and empowering roles in the church.
Colin Scott and Eva Ntege-Dhizaala travelled to Zimbabwe as one of the first GMP staff visits overseas since the borders re-opened.