ADM in the Media
WOMEN ARE KEY TO CHANGING HOW WE VIEW FEMALES ON-SCREEN
ADM's 2017 visiting fellow discusses how pop culture can by enriched by the voices of women.
What can movies and TV teach christians?
Sponsored on Eternity News
ADM 2017 senior research fellow interviews ADM visiting fellow Alissa Wilkinson on the intersection between faith and popular culture.
SMALL GRANTS, BIG IMPACTS
ADM Small grants are helping churches care for people arriving as part of the special Syrian and Iraqi Refugee Intake.
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ARE WELCOME HERE
May 5th, 2017
Mel Fung talks about how The Hub has assisted her work with Jesus Club, a bible study for people with intellectual disabilities.
ADM UNVIELS CITY 'GARDEN'
ADM has unveiled our newly renovated office space, an all-in-one office and study space designed for the flourishing of women.
ADM ANNOUNCES NEW CEO
June 16th, 2015
An introduction to our new CEO, Dr Kate Harrison Brennan, and her vision for ADM's purpose and future.
GRANTS FOR REFUGEE MINISTRY
ADM will be releasing a total of $50,000 in small grants for churches looking to set up or grow their ministry to refugees.
Articles by our CEO
NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE:
THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN A STRANGE NEW WORLD
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.
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.
THERE'S A POWER IN 'DOWNING TOOLS' TO TAKE A BREAK. AUSTRALIANS SHOULD PROTECT IT
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.