Trauma Healing Program – South Sudan

Trauma Healing Program – South Sudan

Our new initiative is well under way in South Sudan after launching at the end of 2021. The “Improved Literacy through Trauma Healing & Peace Education” program has been specifically designed to help children overcome trauma so they can go on to lead healthy, productive lives..

  • ‘Comment Writing’ guidelines for young writers

    Last week final approved was given for the document on Comment writing and distributed to all within in the young writer program.

  • Ideas

    The Press Service International young writer program philosophy is to convey their 'Voice' into the marketplace of ideas with university standard English a secondary consideration. This has now been endorsed by the latest philosophy in communicating to our current fresh generations.

  • The development of The Lausanne Covenant

    The Lausanne Covenant, certainly one of the great faith statements in the whole history of the Church, was the outcome of the first congress on World Evangelisation in Lausanne in 1974.

  • Footplate Padre – 1000 words a minute

    The Footplate Padre has written sixteen books on railways, more specifically, train driver's anecdotes, and these books served a niche market in the 1980's and 1990's

  • Young Writers ‘BEST’ article

    At the end of Cycle 5 in July, the half way point of the 2022 Press Service International (PSI) young writer program in conjunction with Christian Today, each young writer selects their ‘BEST’ article.

  • Table tennis table to CYC – 75th anniversary

    CYC Burleigh (Gold Coast) in 2022 is celebrating their 75th anniversary and it was befitting to donate the 30 year pre-loved Well-Being Australia table tennis table.

  • The Bible in NZ

    This article features New Zealanders and the Bible.

  • Laguna Quays Respite in Winter   

    The Whitsundays Laguna Quays Respite coordinated by Well-Being Australia for missions booked in winter.

  • Family Fellowship Born through HBE

    COVID-19 shook pastoral ministry in Rwanda following frequent lockdowns and different restrictions that limited religious gatherings and fellowships.

  • Another Household ‘Prayer Room’

    Prayer Rooms have been part of the Christian movement for centuries. The Eastern and Western monastic movements ‘prayer rooms’ were simply part of the furniture (as it were) as well as Castles, Estates and Royal Palaces.

  • Praying ladies

    45 five years ago when my wife Delma and I established our Christian ministry the first thing we arranged were five ladies willing to hold up our family and ministry in prayer on a daily basis.