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We believe in spreading the gospel and the love of God throughout Australia and the World.
In the words of Jesus Acts, 1:8 says, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and all of Judea and Samaria and the ends of the earth.” The gospel message is supposed to be spread with power and calling. We believe in sending, supporting, and resourcing field workers and mission workers here in Australia and abroad. We support nine workers overseas throughout Asia, Europe, Japan, and Africa, and locally, we support Indigenous work in the Kimberley region of WA. Over the last couple of years, we have partnered Youth with a Mission (YWAM) and Australian Christian Churches International (ACCI) to sponsor the book of Luke into an indigenous language of the Kimberley. Currently, we support local schools in the Georges River LGA with various partnerships. God has called us all to be a witness of Jesus whenever and wherever we find ourselves serving Him abroad or locally here in our nation. Our missions have three layers of reach Overseas, nationally in partnership with our First Nations people, and locally in our streets, city, and neighborhoods.
Missions Faith Giving
If you would like to make a faith promise, download the mission's faith card below, fill out the details, and either put it in the offering basket or email a scanned copy. Thank you for making a faith promise in 2022.
Revival Church has partnered with The Bible Society and ACCI to translate the Bible into the Kimberley Koril language. A Remote and Indigenous Ministry Team have partnered with YWAM Perth to begin translating books of the Bible orally, beginning with the Gospel of Luke in Audio form. Groups of translators from various language groups across the Kimberley have been traveling to the YWAM Perth base to attend 4-5 workshops during the year. During the various workshops, the translators will be recording the Gospel of Luke in their particular native language or ‘heart language.’
This is the first time an Oral Bible Translation Project has been attempted in an Australian Indigenous language; We believe this groundbreaking initiative could change how Bible Translation is done in Australia.