September 2018 - ACC National

This edition of the ACC EMAG focuses on the drought in Australia and those who are bringing hope to those on the frontline. Other articles include the attack of freedom of speech and religion, insignificance being a greater threat than persecution, and Planetshakers through the eyes of Greg Sheridan, author of the new release, God is…

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July 2018 - ACC National

This edition of the ACC EMAG takes an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities of a changing society, with innovative ideas for the Church of the future: New wineskins, Church attendance, Gender issues, Youth ministry, Women’s ministry, Community, Indigenous … and more.

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June 2018 - ACC National

The Australian Christian Churches (ACC) announces its intent to opt into the National Redress Scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse.

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April 2018 - ACC National

The first edition of the quarterly online publication, ACC EMAG, for ACC pastors and leaders in 2018. This issue includes a special focus on Championing Special Needs in church life. Note: Print download available for credentialed ministers in Pastor’s Login.

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March 2018 - Wayne Alcorn, ACC National President

The standout message of Easter is hope: hope for this life and hope for the next. It is the abundant life and eternal life that Jesus spoke of, saying “I came so they can have real and eternal life, more and better life than they ever dreamed of.” (John 10:10 The Message) On Friday we…

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December 2017 - ACC National

The fourth edition of the quarterly online publication, ACC EMAG, for ACC pastors and leaders in 2017 is now online to view: www.acc.org.au/emag

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December 2017 - Wayne Alcorn, ACC National President

If you have ever walked in the dark, you will know how easy it is to lose your way. There are no visible reference points so it can be confusing. You can find yourself overcome with fear, not knowing what surrounds you.  The daily news presents rapid social change, governments in crisis and human tragedy…

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