A snapshot of Africa 2021 – progress and challenges

A snapshot of Africa 2021 – progress and challenges

Despite significant challenges, and persistent uncertainty, Africa has made extensive progress in recent years..

  • Respite requires constant reflection

    Since 2011 the Laguna Quays Respite facility on the Whitsundays mainland has been available to missionaries and ministers (pastors) for respite and this year, eight years later a second facility was established at Aldinga Beach a little south of Adelaide.

  • Australian young writers

    The Australian young writers program was initiated way back in 2009 when Christian Today editor David Chang and Australian cricket chaplain Dr Mark Tronson put their heads together. 

  • Mission writers a fresh highlight

    There are now four ‘mission’ writers on the Press Service International team being published in Christian Today.

  • Maternity at Milne

    Maternal health in Uganda, and at AE’s Milne Medical Centre

  • Mission respite on heart of Well-Being Australia

    Within the orbit of Well-Being Australia are three respite facilities for missionaries, home mission, chaplains, pastors, church professional personnel…

  • Man on a mission

    Profile of a missionary - Getting to know Stephen Mbogo, International CEO of African Enterprise

  • Marketers pay millions  

    Yes, marketers are in the business of providing research and will steer manufacturers in the right direction in their product range. What young people think on a wide variety of subject is what they’re about.

  • International young writers a new era

    The international young writers commenced a new era in 2021 in becoming separate to Press Service International in Australia in their being published in Christian Today.

  • My book titled ‘From the Driver’s Seat’

    ‘From the Driver's Seat’ was my 1989 book  – now out of print - details 14 rail journey's from the locomotive driver's perspective, an oral account of what occurs from signing on for duty to when relieved upon arrival at the destination.

  • Kiwi young writers underway

    The Kiwi young writers became separate to Press Service International in Australia in 2021 and its proving to be a positive move.

  • Who are Christian Today’s Senior Writers

    As the Press Service International ministry focuses on ‘young writers’ (18-30s and then Over 31s) – the question is put, why are there ‘senior writers’ in the program.