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Current Resources

  • Pew Reflections

    ABM's quarterly Pew Reflections are available as a resource for prayer and for reflecting on mission. Each quarter features a different guest writer/s from within the Anglican Communion. Please consider using these in your weekly church pew bulletins.


  • Reconciliation Resources

    In Australia we reflect on Reconciliation each year during May 27 to June 3 which is National Reconciliation Week and the Week of Prayer for Reconciliation. 


  • ABM Documentaries

    Learn more about ABM's work and our Partners by watching our short documentaries. You can contact the office for copies of our DVDs. Use them at your fundraising events or to bring awareness to others of ABM's mission and how they can help make a difference through gifts and prayer.


  • Lent Resources

    Every year, ABM resources are available to help you on your Lenten journey - Bible studies, a Lent smartphone App, intercessions for each week of Lent and more! Find out about our 2018 Lent Resources here.


  • Prayer Diary

    ABM's Partners in Prayer is a prayer resource for mission. The diary may be used daily for your prayer focus - for our Partners, projects, the Anglican Communion, ABM staff, volunteers and all the different groups of people we work with around the world and within Australia.


  • Project Book

    ABM's Project Book is an annual publication. It contains information about our Partners and their projects which you can choose to support. By doing so, you will help to strengthen the Anglican Church and communities around the world.


  • Advent & Christmas Resources

    Useful resources for Advent and Christmas are available on the website.

  • Partners Magazine

    Partners Magazine is the Anglican Board of Mission's magazine which is published twice a year. The Autumn and Spring editions highlight the work of ABM's partners in the areas of community development, church-based projects, and the Reconciliation program in Australia. You can also learn more about ABM's non-financial partners and other aspects of our work.


  • La Trobe University Research

    ABM has recently collaborated with La Trobe University in producing a research paper, “Working towards Transformational Development and the Sustainable Development Goals”. ABM contributed research and information specifically relating to the Anglican Church of PNG’s gender work, through the DFAT-funded Church Partnership Program. 


  • Together Towards Life statement

    A video message from the Reverend Professor Stephen Bevans introducing the ‘Together Towards Life’ statement on world mission and evangelism from the World Council of Churches. You can also download the 'Together Towards Life' document here.