To see women, from generation to generation, flourishing in Kingdom work.
To raise up women with theological formation for practical and public engagement.
For 127 years, ADM's work has responded to context and need, but our enduring mission remains unchanged.
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At Engage evening sessions you’ll hear four speakers from across a variety of spheres share stories about their projects, ideas, actions or future plans. Meet peers, mentors and friends to journey with. Enjoy food and fun on a Thursday night. Open to all interested women from any field, age or background – and we especially welcome newcomers.
Now in its third year, ADM's Annual Funding Event has enabled Christian women to launch some remarkable initiatives. From a production of The Screwtape Letters that reached 5,000 audience members, to programs addressing domestic violence and female trafficking, the impact of these ideas is far-reaching. Read more about how winners of our 2016 and 2017 Annual Funding Events have used the funding to launch remarkable Kingdom ideas.
The ADM Fellowships Program seeks to recognise and support Christian women who demonstrate excellence in their field and provide platforms to engage the public with their work. We do this by providing financial and institutional resources, creating forums for theological and professional development and hosting innovative public engagement events.
Stay tuned for 'Building A Safe & Strong Marriage' – a unique marriage course to be released later this year. This course pulls together biblical insights, marriage research and a wealth of experience from ADM's Rev. Dr Keith Condie and Sarah Condie, who have run marriage courses for the past 15 years.