Applications open for ASCM East Timor Mission (July 2014)

In 2012, The Australian Student Christian Movement proposed to replace its national conference with a trip to neighbouring East Timor in order to establish a relationship with East Timor SCM for the purposes of leadership building, cross-cultural exchange and understanding, and the furtherance of regional fellowship. Now in its third year, the annual mission to Timor is developing into a key part of ASCM’s activities and focus. This year we hope to send up to six students drawn from across the country.

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About the Australian Student Christian Movement

The Australian Student Christian Movement (ASCM) is an ecumenical movement of tertiary students, university faculty and senior friends with a history in Australia dating back over a hundred years. It is an affiliate movement of the World Student Christian Federation (WSCF), an international federation of over 100 national movements spanning six WSCF regions: Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean, Middle East and North America.

In 2004 the General Assembly of WSCF affirmed the following statement as the guiding vision of the federation:

Christine Tsoi's report on visit to Hong Kong SCM

In early February Aidan and I attended a meeting of Hong Kong SCM where we talked about our experiences of ASCM and the East Timor mission.

Aidan gave some insight into Australia's political and Christian context and we discussed ways that we could attract young people or improve our programs.

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March 2014 News from Queensland SCM


Dear Friend of the Student Christian Movement,
Last Thursday a number of us met on the ACU campus to discuss the topic: Fresh Ways of Interpreting the Scriptures. One of the ways is through a study of Personality Types.
Attached is the first page of the handout given out at last week's SCM meeting. [If you have trouble accessing it, just reply to me and I can send it to you as a straight email.]

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