Penrith NSW 2750
Serving the under-resourced Church globally through the provision of Bibles, biblical resources and training to transform lives worldwide through God’s Word and help people meet Jesus.
We achieve this through:
Project Philip Bible Studies – planting the Word of God into people’s hearts.
Church Planter Training – bringing the Gospel to unchurched areas.
Bible-based Literacy – helping break the poverty cycle in developing countries.
Easy-to-Read Version (ERV) – the first Bible people receive is one they can understand.
Local Ministries – impacting youth, families and churches in Australia and New Zealand.
From underground churches, house churches, and indigenous culture churches gathering under trees, one thing remains true—spiritual transformation is happening across the globe.
Box Hill VIC 3128
CBM is an international Christian development organisation devoted to improving the lives of people with disabilities in the poorest places on earth. Poverty and disability go hand in hand creating a cycle of inequality, isolation and exclusion that leads to the most extreme forms of poverty.
Through our 110 year history and over 30 years in Australia, we have developed proven community based programs that help millions of people benefit from real, lasting change.
We focus on:
Transforming lives of people with disability
Launceston TAS 7250
The Launceston Town Mission was established in 1854 by way of a public meeting called by a few who believed that, “a large number of inhabitants of this town are living in neglect of religious ordinances and considered that this fact was a loud call for additional exertions on the part of the Christian public; “that an attempt should therefore be made to establish an institution similar to the London City Mission”.
The Mission has gone on from that day to become a well-known and respected organisation of the city and has extended its work to include many areas where its people live out the Mission’s motto of, “caring and sharing in Jesus’ name”.
The Mission’s work now extends along the North West Coast with supported accommodation, sobering up and time out facilities along with outreach work providing food and friendship to those who need it most.
The City Mission now employs over 400 people, paid and voluntary, to assist in carrying out the Mission.