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Our Vision: ABM wants to see people everywhere experience the wholeness of life God offers in Jesus
Christ, and supports our partners as they participate in God's mission.

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St Andrew's Day

ABM shares with you a special video and litany of mission to celebrate St Andrew's Day.

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Anglican Church of Australia Appoints New Chair of Anglican Board of Mission (ABM)

The Rt Revd Garry Weatherill has been appointed as the new Chair of the Board of Directors for the Anglican Board of Mission – Australia.

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Vanuatu Church Partnership Program Coordinators meet

Vanuatu Church Partnership Program (VCPP) Coordinators have met for the first since the inception of the program’s new phase.

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Primate of Australia's G20 Press Release

Archbishop Phillip Freier, Primate of the Anglican Church in Australia, issues a press release for the Leaders of the G20

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The Journey from C20 to G20

This weekend leaders of the world's 20 largest economies will gather in Brisbane to discuss ways of working together on global cross-border challenges. On the sidelines of the meeting will be voices from countries not represented in the G20, reminding world leaders that global growth should not come at the expense of the world's poorest people.

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Iraqi Christian Crisis

ABM supports Christians in Iraq.

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ABM Youth Ambassador for 2015

A new Youth Ambassador from the Diocese of Tasmania has been appointed for next year.

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Launch of ACT Alliance’s Climate Justice Campaign

You can now go online to sign a petition in support of ACT Alliance’s Climate Justice Campaign.

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Prayer of the day

Religious Orders

Daily Prayer - Day 28 (from 'Partners in Prayer')

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ABM's Reconciliation Program

ABM's Reconciliation Coordinator Mal MacCallum reflects on his program and would like to hear from interested parties about how ABM and the National Church can respond to and act for Reconciliation.

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