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Hope in the Hills

Robyn & I made a trip to Bali in July 2019 to visit Adrian & Jo Murley.  It was an opportunity for us to catch up with them and experience what their ministry is like. From their outreach in Nusa Dua (provincial capital of Bali) to the Hope School for the Compassion Kids Program & Water Tanks Projects up the mountains in Munduk, we had a look at all the things that they’re doing.

Trash Mountain in Bali

  Bali – more to just the sights of Bali as a popular tourist destination. Robyn Baust and I had

Church Bell Rings

In November of 2018, I led a team of 11 people from CityLife’s Knox, Casey and Manningham sites on a

Small Projects Transforming Lives

CityLife World Impact has 16 field partners in 10 nations across the globe, ministering holistically to the communities surrounding the mission field. Individuals who have stepped out to help break the cycle of poverty in disadvantaged communities, helping to give hope and purpose with the message of God’s love.

Many of us can quickly bring to mind and image of someone experiencing hardship or challenges in life. The challenge is often not knowing who may need help, it is taking action to do something about it. Whether we have seen this need in a picture or in person, the reality is that we can each do something, and become a part of the solution; placing our piece of the jigsaw.

CityLife International Church – Burayu Update

The CityLife International Church – Burayu Campus construction has been progressing well. So far the church hall, the stage, the balcony, the green room, and other storage rooms have been completed. The office building at the back is still in progress

Turning Crisis in to Opportunity

CityLife International Church in Ethiopia has been given notice to vacate the rental property for its Burayu congregation by the end of the year. With your help, the church can transform this situation into a blessing with exciting plans for expansion and development.

Since moving from Australia to Ethiopia with their family eight years ago to plant CityLife International Church in Addis Ababa, the capital city, Paulos and Abado Djini have seen thousands of lives and dozens of communities transformed. Now, the church is poised to embark on a very exciting expansion program.

With your help they can develop the land for their Burayu site. The initial stage involves laying down a concrete slab and putting up a temporary structure to take care of immediate needs. The ultimate goal is to built a new church facility and community centre which would enable CityLife International Church to firmly establish its presence in Addis Ababa.sketch-crosscut-view-side-wordpress