Asia-Pacific Christadelphian Bible Mission

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Bartimaeus finds a place of its own

The Bartimaeus Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired (BRCVI), or Barty as it is affectionately known, is a Christadelphianfunded project which provides training and accommodation facilities for blind and partially-sighted young men and women. Students here gain the opportunity to spend a year developing the necessary skills to function confidently and independently in society. They…

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Bangladesh: contrast and fellowship

Dhaka is a melting pot of humanity, an intriguing mix of past and present. It is a ‘super-metropolis’ and recognised as the most densely populated urban area in the world. Initiation into Bangladesh sees one emerging from the airport to a relatively modern taxi. You are then hurtled along hastily constructed roads, closely surrounded by…

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Third class passenger

Having travelled to Sri Lanka several times between 1987 and 1998, I thought it was time to go again. There have been quite a few changes since my last visit. The civil war which had crippled the country for 30 years had ceased and reconstruction was well underway. And there is now an ecclesia in…

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On top of the world

In mid-October, a party of eight South Australians arrived in Nepal for the third Nepal Bible Week from 21 to 25 October. Idols, idols and more idols… The city of Kathmandu is a sprawling kaleidoscope of colour, activity and noise, with people everywhere as they go about their daily business: rickshaws, taxis, motor-bikes and bicycle…

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SUN Nutrition Programme

The SUN Nutrition Programme is not an ACBM project, but works in close cooperation. Website of the SUN Nutrition Programme About When Tim  Galbraith first visited India in 1976 he discussed child nutrition problems with a retired medical superintendent of Vellore Medical College Hospital. The doctor, who had befriended him, commented on the vast waste of…

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C3 Conference Centre

Accommodation available for ACBM fieldworkers and visitors The C3 Conference Center was constructed about five years ago to provide a venue for the Hyderabad memorial meeting, bible camps and a school for the children of Christadelphians and those living at the Shunem Home. Opportunities exist for volunteers to stay in the C3 Center and teach…

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Fund Raising for the 2015

Magnanimous Response to ACBM Fund Raising During the year the ACBM has gone out to the brotherhood seeking funds in support of several disasters and emergencies to which the brotherhood has responded most generously. Cyclone Pam which hit Vanuatu and Reef Islands (Solomon Islands) on 13th March with winds gusts exceeding 300kmh, caused wide spread…

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Our Refugee Brethren

In our report last year we were in the midst of a flow of refugees into Sri Lanka from Pakistan and Iran and we were expecting this might be ongoing. However the Sri Lankan Government has closed access and has been sending asylum seekers back. As you will have noted from our reports in the…

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