Emergency food relief in a conflict zone

In 2020, generous donors like you have helped provide almost 1000 food baskets to desperate and vulnerable families in a conflict zone in the Arab world. With ongoing food security issues due to conflict, these communities continue to need help. We’ve set a new goal: 1000 food baskets before end of 2021. Ongoing armed conflict…

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One step. A tapestry of God-written stories.

The year 2021 marks 40 years on a cross-cultural journey that God has invited Cathy to walk. That first step in 1981 led to forty years of walking alongside others, having Cathy’s story woven together with others in a living tapestry and testimony to God’s goodness, faithfulness and transforming hand. To celebrate God’s goodness –…

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Online Retreats for mission workers

In this difficult time of international crisis and uncertainty caused by Covid-19 the need to be nurtured, strengthened and guided by a close relationship with God has never been more vital. Taking time to draw near to God and receive his life-giving Word helps Interserve workers sustain, grow or reorientate their ministries which all contribute…

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Emergency food relief in a conflict zone

Since the start of this year, generous donors like you have helped provide 545 food baskets to desperate and vulnerable families in a conflict zone in the Arab world. Click here to see footage of recipients from our trusted local partners who distributed these baskets. But since COVID-19 has arrived, these communities continue to need help. We’ve…

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What I need for winter

A white Christmas might sound appealing for those of us sweating through the Aussie summer, but the reality for many of the millions of refugees and people seeking asylum in our country in West Asia is that winter is a particularly challenging time of year. The mercury stays below zero for weeks, even months at…

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New ways of thinking

The recent surge in availability of cheap smartphones and the expansion of mobile networks has meant that many Arabic speaking people, particularly in less affluent, more populous countries like Egypt and Yemen, have skipped computers and moved straight to smart phones and almost universal uptake of social media. In fact, the uprisings of the Arab…

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Nobody’s a stranger

Today’s children will become adults of a truly culturally-diverse world. Already, schools are witnessing challenges that can lead to exclusion and depression for new students arriving from overseas. Kids aren’t mean, they often just don’t know how to engage in their changing world. School students desperately need to grow in their understanding of intercultural issues;…

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Finding Treasure: Acts

Imagine a very young local church in an unsympathetic context, where many have believed but both leaders and people are at very early stages of understanding the faith. How helpful it would be to have some helpful Bible commentaries. In this project we have been publishing the very accessible New Testament for Everyone commentaries by…

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