• My PTSD Journey from operational service to salvation through Christ. Click the banner to watch the video...
  • Faith on the front line - Click the banner to read the article by BRIG (Rtd) Jim Wallace.
  • Why has He brought us together, for what purpose? Click the image for the full article.
  • Adherence to the Defence Values is something expected of all members of the ADF and Department of Defence. Professionalism, Integrity, Courage, Loyalty, Teamwork, and Innovation ... Click the banner to read the full article on Military Christian values...
  • The Grief Journey: How to do it Well. Click the banner to read the full article...
  • Experiences of a chaplain in the North Arabian Gulf. Click the image for the full article...

Welcome

MCF exists to promote Christian faith in the Australian Defence Force. It does this primarily through supporting Christians who work in and around the ADF, helping the vital ministry of ADF Chaplains, and reaching out to those that want to know more about Christ and the meaning of Christianity.

On behalf of the MCF Council I welcome you to our website and trust that it enables you to learn, be inspired, and get in touch with other Defence Christians. If you have any news or contributions that are in line with the MCF mission then just email the MCF Office.

If you are interested in exploring the Christian faith and would like a good place to start, check out our Exploring Christianity page.

God bless,

Jamie Van Heel

Hope Seminar 2016

Taking the MCF Hope Seminar (21 May 2016) to a region was a great success. It was held near RAAF Williamtown. It sought to explore how our hope in God is important for our physical, mental and spiritual resilience and wellbeing, with a focus on mental health. Thanks to everyone who played a part in bringing this event together and for all who came along. Future seminars will continue to be held in various locations.

Defence Christians Dinner 2016

The 2016 Defence Christian's Dinner was a great success. It took place on Friday August 5th 2016. It was again at the Southern Cross Club in Woden and 186 adults and 3 children were there enjoying the evening. This years speaker was Air Commodore Alan Clements, Commandant of ADFA. He did a QandA style talk on the topic of 'Resilient Leadership'.