• VULNERABILITY

    VULNERABILITY

    The stereotypical image of the missionary is one who is resolute in their faith, boldly following the call of Jesus into lands and cultures far Read More
  • NOTS TO KNOTS

    NOTS TO KNOTS

    But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us. We are hard Read More
  • Transformed by GOD

    Transformed by GOD

    Shortly before leaving Australia in January 1994, we received a letter from a lady missionary, and for a moment I wondered whether to dismiss it Read More
  • Right Question, Wrong Answer

    Right Question, Wrong Answer

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  • THE CHALLENGES AT HEBRON

    THE CHALLENGES AT HEBRON

    For most of the year we have a very BIG family. We have three children of our own (aged 11, 13 and 15) and we Read More
  • The Reality Of Mission Service

    The Reality Of Mission Service

    I thought writing computer programs for a mission agency would be easier than doing it for a government agency like CSIRO.• I had all these Read More
  • God Is Faithful

    God Is Faithful

    My grateful thanks to all who uphold me in prayer, and for those who take the time and trouble to write. Receiving news of individuals Read More
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AMT believes that every ethnic group must be reached with the good news of Jesus Christ, and that this is the shared responsibility of all Christians.

THE AMT VISION

AMT's vision must be refocussed in order to be most effective in contributing our part to fulfilling the Great Commission. We must be relevant to the geo-political and religious realities of the 21st century. We want a strategic approach to equipping and sending workers, cooperating with the elders of local assemblies and supporting our workers practically, prayerfully and pastorally.

AMT's STATEMENT OF FAITH

1. A wholehearted acceptance of the revelation of God given in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments.

2. A confession of the faith therein set forth and summarised in such historic statements of the Christian Church as
the Apostles' and Nicene Creeds and

3. In particular, the assertion of doctrines, summarily stated as follows:

i. One God eternally existent in three persons, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

ii. The deity and perfect humanity of Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, His atoning death, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to heaven, His mediatorial work, his intercession and reign, and His personal return in power and glory as Judge of all mankind.

iii. The universal sinfulness of human nature, in consequence of the Fall, making man subject to God's wrath and condemnation.

iv. Redemption from the guilt and power of sin through the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ as our representative and substitute, and the justification of the sinner by grace through faith alone.

v. The necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit in the regeneration of the sinner and the sanctification of the believer.

vi. The unity in the Holy Spirit of all true believers in the church, which is the body of Christ.

vii. The divine inspiration of all Holy Scripture, its trustworthiness and its supreme authority and sufficiency in all matters of faith and conduct.

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The stereotypical image of the missionary is one who is resolute in their faith, boldly following...
But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and...
Shortly before leaving Australia in January 1994, we received a letter from a lady missionary, and...