ADM in the Media

News stories about or by ADM

2018

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Can faith groups convince Australia to act on foreign aid

Devex

October 2018

On Sept. 20, a group of Christian women leaders representing Hillsong Church, Baptist Church, Citipointe Church, The Grainery, Anglican Deaconess Ministries, and The Salvation Army headed to Parliament House to discuss the foreign aid budget and offshore asylum seeker detention with senior ministers and members of parliament. 

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Christians give Canberra a lesson in female leadership

Eternity News

September 2018

A coalition of key female Christian leaders visited the nation’s capital for meetings with Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton and MPs from both political parties.

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Women Leaders Converge On Canberra

Insights

September 2018

Women leaders from across denominations of Australia’s churches and Christian organisations came together to advocate for policies of justice and care for the world’s poor.

 
 
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Australian Christian women advocate for world's poor at nation's capital

Sight

September 2018

A delegation of prominent Christian women met with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and MPs from both sides of Parliament in Canberra late last week to advocate for justice for the world's poor.

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The church should be sorry for what we tell women about the Old Testament

Eternity News

May 2018

Whilst in Sydney upon the invitation of ADM, London-based theologian Mary Evans met with Eternity News and shared how the church misrepresents women in the Old Testament. 

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Guarding against elder abuse in church

Eternity News

July 2018

ADM is one of many Anglican organisations committed to addressing and preventing the issue of elder abuse by running a course at Mary Andrews College on ministry to the elderly. 

 
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Prayers of a legendary mystic reborn

Eternity News

April 2018

ADM Summer Fellow Robyn Wrigley-Carr, senior theology lecturer at Sydney’s Alphacrucis College, rediscovered the lost prayer book of modern mystic Evelyn Underhill. 

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HUB FOR CHANGE 

Southern Cross

April 2018 

ADM has begun its fourth year of The Hub, a mentoring program that coaches and encourages Christian female entrepreneurs to grow and develop projects designed for the benefit of others.

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BABY DRIVER 

Southern Cross

March 2018

ADM's Mental Health and Pastoral Care Institute Co-director, Sarah Condie, is helping new mums to build resilience through a course she is co-leading at Church by the Bridge, where she also works as Women’s Minister.

 
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Why the apostle paul doesn't hate women 

Eternity News

January 2018

Eminent American scholar Lynn Cohick, who spoke at ADM's School of Theology, Culture & Public Engagement in January, says you can be both pro-Paul and pro-woman. 

 
 

2017

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PITCH PERFECT INNOVATION

Southern Cross

November 2017

ADM celebrated the gifts of Christian women and awarded $60,000 in funding to support their projects at its second Annual Funding Event on 20 September 2017.

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WOMEN ARE KEY TO CHANGING HOW WE VIEW FEMALES ON-SCREEN

Eternity News

October 2017

ADM's 2017 Visiting Fellow, Alissa Wilkinson, discusses how pop culture can by enriched by the voices of women. 

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WHAT CAN MOVIES AND TV TEACH CHRISTIANS?

Sponsored on Eternity News

September 2017

ADM 2017 Senior Research Fellow, Alix Beeston, interviews ADM Visiting Fellow Alissa Wilkinson on the intersection between faith and popular culture. 

 

SMALL GRANTS, BIG IMPACTS

Southern Cross

May 2017

ADM small grants are helping churches care for people arriving as part of the special Syrian and Iraqi Refugee Intake.

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PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ARE WELCOME HERE 

Eternity News

May 5th, 2017

Mel Fung talks about how The Hub enabled her to develop Jesus Club, a Bible study and fellowship group for people with intellectual disabilities.

ADM UNVEILS CITY 'GARDEN'

Southern Cross

May 2017

ADM has unveiled our newly-renovated office space, an all-in-one office and study space designed to enable women to flourish in Kingdom work. 

 

GRANTS FOR REFUGEE MINISTRY
 

Southern Cross

February 2017

ADM will be releasing a total of $50,000 in small grants for churches looking to set up or grow their ministry to refugees. 

 
 

2016 and earlier

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WOMEN INSPIRE WOMEN TO SUCCEED TOGETHER

Eternity News

September 23rd, 2016

ADM's The Hub program is helping to coach and connect female Christian entrepreneurs. 

ADM ANNOUNCES NEW CEO

Sydney Anglicans

June 16th, 2015

Meet our new CEO, Dr Kate Harrison Brennan, and discover her vision for ADM's purpose and future. 

 
 

From our CEO

Articles written by our CEO, D.r Kate Harrison Brennan

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Bringing Church (Questions) To Canberra

ADM News

28th September, 2018

Dr Kate Harrison Brennan, reflects on public justice, moral leadership, and the need for caring communities, after a historic visit to Canberra as part of a Micah Australia delegation of female Christian leaders.

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UNEXPECTED BEAUTY

Common Grace

1st December, 2017

Advent is a season to reflect on how Christ interrupted our world in a beautiful, political and dramatic way. 

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NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE:
THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN A STRANGE NEW WORLD

Hope  103.2

10th August, 2017

An interview on Hope 103.2's Breakfast with Laura and Duncan about the role of God's people in the increasingly post-Christian western world. 

 
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THERE'S A POWER IN 'DOWNING TOOLS' TO TAKE A BREAK. AUSTRALIANS SHOULD PROTECT IT

The Guardian

24th January, 2017

Weekend penalty rates represent the power of the notion of the 'sabbath rest', a value that should be protected in Australia.

NO PLACE FOR EXILE: HOW CHRISTIANS SHOULD (NOT) MAKE SENSE OF THEIR PLACE IN THE WORLD

ABC Religion and Ethics

16th December, 2016

Against the trend of Christians 'exiling' themselves due to increasing opposition, Kate writes that Christians must work for the common good of the cities we live in.

BEING WRONG IS GLORIOUS

The Washington Institute

June 17th, 2014

Being wrong in understanding beauty is glorious when it leads us to finding joy in God, whose beauty is unchanging.

 

Media Releases

Recent ADM media releases

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Re-Imagining Australia: 
ADM’s Annual Lecture to Host Award-Winning Historian Meredith Lake

22nd October 2018

In a society that seems increasingly polarised, can understanding history play a role in shaping our future? Which stories of our shared past could enhance our current civic discourse?

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Christian women leaders united in historic visit to Canberra advocating for global concerns

20th September 2018

Women leaders from across the denominations of Australia’s churches and Christian organisations came together for an historic visit to Canberra advocating for policies of justice.

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ADM Awards $60,000 In Funding For Initiatives To Christian Women Leaders

19 September 2018

ADM has awarded over $60,000 to Australian Christian women from across the globe in its third Annual Funding Event.

 
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ADM to award over $50,000 in funding to women

1 June 2018

Now in its third year, the ADM Annual Funding Event provides an opportunity for entrepreneurial Christian women to bring their ideas and initiatives before a panel and pitch for funding.

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ADM recognises the contribution of foster carers with change to paid parental leave policy

6 June 2018

Through this update, ADM seeks to recognises that we, as Christians, have a responsibility to not only care for our own biological or adopted children, but to care for the most vulnerable children in our society.

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Meet ADM’s new Chief of Operations 

14 February 2018 

ADM is proud to continue our heritage of exceptional leadership with the appointment of Clare Steele as the new Chief of Operations. 

 
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ADM announces 2018 members of ‘The Hub’ 

 9 February 2018

Seven exceptional women have begun a year-long incubator and mentoring program at ADM called ‘The Hub’. 

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ADM announces 2018 Fellows

15 December 2017 

Six remarkable Christian women have been awarded 2018 Fellowships at Anglican Deaconess Ministries (ADM) after a highly-competitive selection process. 

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World-class speakers at new theology summer school

13 December 2017    

Held over four days, the STCPE is designed to help everyday Christians engage with and influence the spheres of work and culture in which they find themselves.

 
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ADM awards $60,000 to Christian women

20 September 2017

ADM has awarded $60,000 in funding to support projects by Christian women at its second Annual Funding Event on 20 September 2017.

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ADM and AEF launch project for Aboriginal women

4 August 2017

Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship Australia (AEF) and ADM have come together to design a Loss, Grief and Trauma Care Pilot Project for Aboriginal Women. 

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Workshop on refugee & homeless support

28 April 2017 

A practical and interactive workshop on refugee and homelessness ministry, run by  ADM & Hope For Sydney.

 
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ADM awards $50,000 to support refugees 

 19 April 2017 

ADM is delighted to announce the recipients of over $50,000 in small grants for programs to support refugees in their local communities.

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ADM welcomes new Chair of Board 

3 April 2017

ADM has announced the appointment of Rev Jenni Stoddart, School Chaplain at Abbotsleigh, as its new Chair of the Board.