Helping in Hard Places Appeal

There was nothing safe about Jesus’ life. It was risky in every way.EoFY_App_2015_cover

He was consistently found among people who were on the margins. His ministry of friendship expressed the value and dignity of all. This example continues to inspire those who walk in his path.

Many find it hard to accept what Jesus may ask of us. Frankly, it is difficult to be a disciple.

Some, however, have accepted the call to serve in hard places. They continue, year after year, to give of themselves in the face of enormous challenges. They remain faithful in their task, and are inspired by the way Jesus loves and affirms all people.

Many of Anglican Overseas Aid’s partners are examples of this kind of faithfulness. Their stories show that new life and hope can grow in hard places.

A donation to Anglican Overseas Aid’s “Helping in Hard Places” appeal will support the work of Anglican and like-minded partners as they work in hard places around the world.

You can find out more about the appeal and stories of Anglican Overseas Aid’s partners in Ethiopia, Gaza and more on their website:  www.anglicanoverseasaid.org.au

You can also find a Bible study on the theme ‘Helping in Hard Places’ here.

Download a pew sheet to use in your church or community group here.

 

TO DONATE:

Donate Online: Make a secure donation online
Call Anglican Overseas Aid for free on: 1800 249 880
Post your donation to: Helping in Hard Places Appeal
Anglican Overseas Aid
PO Box 389
Abbotsford, Vic, 3067


All donations to Anglican Overseas Aid over $2 are fully tax deductible.