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Bangkok Church Plant

bkkchurch.jpgA new church in the heart of Bangkok has now been launched by the River Team. Of a population of more than 67 million, less than 0.3% of Thai people identify as Christian, and multiple millions in Bangkok have never heard the gospel. Led by Erik and Mariaana Klar, the River Team has now established regular services and Connect groups which are predominantly reaching students and working professionals.

From the outset, the vision for this church has been to engage in different spheres of society. Alongside the church plant, the River has also commenced work in two local communities, in which many families are experiencing severe poverty. The local schools in this area are under-resourced, and not able to offer the broad spectrum of services that many of the children and families in this area are in need of. At the request of these schools, the River is now starting a Kids Club, in addition to teaching support throughout the school year.

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Justice Conference

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ACCI Field Coach, Rebecca Nhep, will be speaking at an elective of the Justice Conference this week. ACCI Relief is proud to partner with TEAR Australia and many other great Christian development and missions agencies in raising awareness of issues of justice. 

The Justice Conference draws together a diverse faith and justice community and has emerged as a premier gathering for Christian leaders, practitioners, students and learners from all over the world. The Justice Conference is being held in Melbourne 17th-18th April 2015, for more details click here

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ACCI Field Worker Statistics 2013-2014

We are amazed by the results that our ACCI field workers and their national teams have achieved over the past 2 years 2013 & 2014. 

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Raise Vietnam Partner Update

vietraisedec2014(1).jpgVietnam is a nation that is no stranger to hardship. Outbreaks of dengue fever, hand, foot & mouth disease or cholera are not unheard of. In 2011, hundreds of children died because of hand, foot and mouth epidemics. While these are all in- credibly tragic causes of death in Vietnam, particularly amongst children, there is another prevalent and tragic killer here: driving on the streets of Vietnam. This is often referred to within Vietnam as the ‘hidden epidemic’ , as it is becoming an increasingly serious problem with deadly consequences. 

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Leadership Training in Mozambique

Robbie Housen has been ministering in Mozambique for many years. One of her great achievements in this time, in partnership with support from Australian churches, has been to establish the ITM Bible College. 

With a vision of enhancing the leadership of the oftentimes divided church in Mozambique, ITM trains students over a 4 year associate degree program. Students experience 2 years of formal bible curriculum, then a one-year internship in a local church, followed by one year of planting a new church.

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