Recent evaluation finds thousands of young Papua New Guineans supported to gain literacy and numeracy skills.
Read this summary to find out the impacts of a program which aimed to improve literacy levels and support local Papua New Guinean communities to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
2023 Project Book
Appeal for those affected by cyclones in Vanuatu
AID has started an emergency appeal for people affected by recent cyclones in Vanuatu. We ask you to remember them in your prayers and to give generously if you are able.
Appeal for Victims of Earthquakes in Türkiye and Northern Syria
Anglicans in Development is raising funds that will be sent to those most in need through Action by Churches Together (ACT) Alliance.
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Anglican Board of Mission is the national mission agency for the Anglican Church. It is the channel through which Australian Anglicans participate in mission, both here and overseas. Anglicans in Development is wholly-owned by ABM, and operates ABM’s Sustainable Communities program, working with church partners to deliver grassroots, community-driven development, and disaster preparedness and response. We want to see people everywhere experience the wholeness of life God offers in Jesus Christ, and to this end we support our partners as they participate in God’s mission.
Prayer of the day
DAILY PRAYER – DAY 4
Pray for all those affected by the Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) whether here in Australia, within ABM’s Overseas Partners, or beyond – for the souls of all who have died; for the families and friends they have left behind; for the sick; for those so overwhelmed by anxiety that they have resorted to panic buying and hoarding; for children who are now scared of dying; for those in self-isolation or in quarantine; for those unable to work from home; for those whose businesses have been negatively affected; for those whose income is now reduced or who have been laid off; for those more susceptible to the disease – whether by age or underlying medical condition; for those who are unable, for any reason, to worship in their churches or synagogues, mosques or temples.
Give thanks for all the doctors, nurses, and other medical staff who are tending to the sick; for the epidemiologists and other scientists who are working towards a vaccine; for those who show kindness to others through ‘social distancing’, through buying groceries for the elderly, or through phone calls to the isolated; for all those businesses who are able to let their staff work from home; for those who have been buying responsibly in the supermarkets; for those churches who are finding creative ways to engage in worship and prayer online or outside; for all who minister to others in Christ’s name in this season of anxiety.
ABM Partner of the Day – Please pray for:
The Church of the Province of Central Africa.
Australian Cycle of Prayer – Please pray for:
The Diocese of Ballarat – Bishop Garry Weatherill, the clergy and people.
Reconciliation in our own land begins by listening to what Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are saying and being willing to change.
The 5 Marks of Mission
1. Witness to Christ’s saving, forgiving and reconciling love for all people
2. Build welcoming, transforming communities of faith
3. Stand in solidarity with the poor and needy
4. Challenge violence, injustice and oppression, and work for peace and reconciliation
5. Protect, care for and renew life on our planet
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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