An Avondale academic and his students are partnering with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its humanitarian agency to address family violence in Papua New Guinea.
Meet Amivi Naja Sousa. She lives in southern Timor-Leste. Her story is one of overcoming serious emotional and physical obstacles. And it is an inspirational one informed in part by a sanitation project and the visit of a short-term mission team.
A new dollar-match scheme between a humanitarian agency and Avondale that has halved fundraising costs for overseas trips should see more students in mission.
Bendida invites us to sit under the shade of her simple bamboo home. She does so with an air of unmistakable grace. Her story is one of resilience and determination.
Poverty and development studies students at Avondale have completed the official evaluation of a water and sanitation project for a humanitarian agency in Timor-Leste.
Hundreds of Christians including those from Avondale have met in Canberra to pray for Australia’s leaders and their contribution to a world without extreme poverty.