Anglican Diocese of Armidale

The Anglican Diocese of Armidale exists to glorify God by introducing people to Jesus and helping them home to heaven.

 

Helpful Resources

Find us on Facebook…

Visit our public Facebook Page called DAWN – Diocese of Armidale Women’s Network and be encouraged with ideas and resources on Christian marriage and parenting.

Ministry and Outreach Ideas

Books

  • The Minister’s Wife – Ann Benton
  • A realistic, practical and helpful look at the privileges and pitfalls of being a minister’s wife.
  • And Then I Had Kids – Susan Alexander Yates
  • For Women Only – Shanti Feldham
  • What Women Really Need – Lesley Ramsay (Ed.)

Recommended Ministry Resources

  • Crusaders Lunchtime Resources – excellent for Kid’s Clubs, ISCF, CRU groups, Super Club.

Websites/ Blogs

  • In All Honesty: A very honest and readable blog and website with heaps of information/resources about Christian life, marriage, family parenting, women’s issues et cetera. Contains plenty of links to other helpful resources.
  • The Canberra Constitution: A group of Christian volunteers with a mission to protect Australia’s values.
  • Family Voice Australia: Christian voice for Family, Faith and Freedom. A Christian organisation, which looks at family life and society, upholding marriage, parental rights and the sanctity of life. The website is informative.
  • Australian Prayer Network: A national, Christian organisation which alerts members through e-mails and newsletters of major issues within Australia and beyond, and encourages prayer for these issues.
  • Growing Faith: An online Christian parenting magazine with regular advice, articles and book reviews on parenting teenagers, raising families and more.
  • Focus on the Family: An excellent site for resources to equip parents and strengthen marriages.
  • Teen Christian site (fevr): An award-winning Christian youth site with free teen devotions, movie reviews & videos.
  • Kidswise: Kidswise Training seeks to equip Childrens Leaders to teach and pastor children effectively.
  • Collective Shout: This is a grassroots campaigning movement against the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls in media, advertising and popular culture.

Articles/ Blogs