AMCF/ACCTS Day of Prayer and Praise - 28 October
28 October is AMCF/ACCTS’ Annual Day of Prayer and Praise. Please join us, and military Christians around the world, as we focus our prayers on international military ministry. Please pray for: AMCF Leaders, Military Christian Fellowships (MCFs), Support Organizations ...
“We can do nothing without prayer.” – E. M. Bounds. We all need it. Our ministries need it. We need to pray. This will provide helpful prayer points from many countries around the world.More
Centre for Public Christianity Easter 2017 podcast with COL Craig Bickell
"Sacrifice implies that there’s a cost. I think most, if not all, service men and women, and the families they’ve left behind, have experienced the idea of this service costing something - not being able to see their loved ones on a regular basis because they’re deployed, up to the point of sacrificing one’s life." Coming up on Life & Faith, a special Easter interview. Colonel Craig Bickell shares his thoughts on sacrifice and service, morale and resilience, and what Christian faith can offer the profession of arms.
The latest Crossfire magazine, Edition 28 (Mar 2017), is now available! Featuring articles from AVM Al Clements, Chaplain Mark Willis, CPL Andrew Summers, Mr Dave Hodgson and many more!
PTSD - Stomp the Summit, Crush the Stigma
Using Mt Kosciuszko to resemble Mental Health Issues (PTSD, Depression etc) - “the mountain we need to overcome, that stands before us” Currently we have up to 300 ADF members who have taken their own lives since year 2000, who lost their battle with PTSD, depression. This trek is about remembering and honouring those 300 plus who have gone before us. Regardless of fitness, everyone will make it to the top and back, this is about relying on each other to climb the mountain that no one has to suffer alone - we depend on each other because we are a family. Date: Saturday 11 Mar 17
Air Force Chaplains: Stories Beyond their Ministries
'Chaplains’ ministries in the Australian Defence Force extend beyond what we imagine we will be doing when we put up our hand to say, “Here I am, Lord, send me!” I hope this magazine will shine a little more light for those undertaking or contemplating the accomplishment of such a wonderful journey.'
A good read with stories that shed light on some of the many things that chaplains in the RAAF do.More