Stories

Stevie Wills, Community Engagement Officer, reflects on the heart of Jesus in a world that experiences pain. Pondering the significance of Easter, Stevie shares: “Easter reminds me that we’re waiting in hope. There is suffering in this world, but Jesus has entered into it. Jesus shares in the suffering of humanity. His resurrection proclaims the hope of...

This blog was written by CBM Australia Advocacy and Communications Officer, Elle Spring, who collected stories of the lived experience of people with disabilities in Vanuatu. Today is International Women’s Day and this year’s theme is #PressForProgress – a call to encourage all people to work towards gender parity. Towards societies that value women and girls...

To be left behind in the midst of chaos and danger would surely be most people’s greatest fear. For the average Australian who will likely never experience this, there are some amongst us who can empathise first hand from their own encounters and share with us the emotion of what such distress looks like. Stevie Wills, Community...

Stevie Wills, CBM’s Community Engagement Officer, shares her experience and memories of school, and how her life wouldn’t have been the same without an education. For as long as I can remember, I always loved writing poetry. I enjoyed writing it when I was at school. I had my own computer, enabling me to express my...

Our new website is live! We’re both excited and proud to show you the updated features and content, and demonstrate some of the new functionality. Our previous website was built using old technology and we needed to improve the way it displayed on mobiles and tablets. Now we can take you on a tour of the new website! On...

This special Christmas blog is written by our very own Stevie Wills, who shares a powerful perspective on the potential we all have. We can only imagine Mary's thoughts and feelings as she cherished her new born son in her arms. Adoring this little one with tenderness. And wondering at what God had done for her,...