ADM’s 2019 Annual Report has been released. Full of wonderful stories of Christian women involved in Kingdom work, read it now for some inspiration and encouragement.
From the work of early deaconesses in hospitals, schools and children’s homes to the current initiatives like meal delivery services and theatre performances that ADM supports, Compass’ recent episode “Women Who Do” captures how ADM has responded to changing contexts and needs to raise up women with theological formation for practical and public engagement.
Held over three days in the middle of summer, STCPE is a unique, curated program of masterclasses delivered by leading scholars working at the intersection of theology, culture and public engagement. 21 – 23 January, 2020.
From resources to improve pastoral care in schools to eye care in developing countries, 12 women presented five-minute pitches for innovative Kingdom work during ADM’s fourth Annual Funding Event on Wednesday, 4 September. The pitch event provided an opportunity to express and hear innovative ideas as well as gain financial support, with ADM awarding $60,000 in funding.
'Building A Safe & Strong Marriage' – a unique marriage course will be released in March 2019. 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.