Palms Post: December 2005

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Palms’ mission does not solely take place overseas. In addition to the development work done overseas, Palms volunteers make valuable contributions to life, work and faith in Australia upon their return. Also included is the Director’s response to Sarah Price’s article in the Sun-Herald, a reflection on the value of Palms’ re-entry weekend, stories from the field and information about Palms CommUNITY Partnerships, a program which allows the Australian community to be further engaged in volunteer sending. A list of new placements for 2006 was included as an insert with information on how to support particular placements.

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December 2005 cover
Palms’
mission does not solely take place overseas. In addition to the development work done overseas, Palms volunteers make valuable contributions to life, work and faith in Australia upon their return. Also included is the Director’s response to Sarah Price’s article in the Sun-Herald, a reflection on the value of Palms’ re-entry weekend, stories from the field and information about Palms CommUNITY Partnerships, a program which allows the Australian community to be further engaged in volunteer sending. A list of new placements for 2006 was included as an insert with information on how to support particular placements.
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Evangelising

Mission for Palms’ volunteers was never really about evangelisation in placement because we have generally been in places where Christian faith is more comprehensively observed than in Australia.


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