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Lent Resources

For many years now, ABM has been providing the church with high quality, Australian resources. Beautifully produced, carefully researched and faithful to the call of God as expressed through the Anglican Marks of Mission.

In 2022 we offer you another wonderful, authentically Australian, missional Lent Study, “Repairing the Breach”. This is now ready for pre-order at

Repairing the Breach

The seven studies take you from Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday.

‘Repairing the Breach’ examines what it means to be people of healing in a broken world.

Written by a community of friends for a people of mission – and illustrated with stunning images painted by acclaimed artist, Carol Aust, ‘Repairing the Breach’ inspires, provokes and cajoles.

A truly Australian resource for parishes, study groups and individuals.

“The Mission of God is to repair the breach. The people of God are participants in that work.

All breach-repair is relational.

A young child watches a group of children playing, too scared of rejection to join in. One of the children leaves the group and approaches the scared child, taking their hand and asking if they’d like to play. The breach is repaired.

A shamed and scared humanity looks at an immutable God, terrified to approach for fear of rejection and judgement. God, taking the ultimate risk, becomes human, builds relationships, steps into our shoes, loves us and is loved by us. God steps towards us. We step towards God. The Breach is repaired.

A poor community watches in despair as the wealthy nations chase further wealth. A visitor comes, not with answers, but with questions. Dialogue ensues. Every member of the community is consulted. Plans are made. Action is taken together. The breach is lessened. Love, hope and justice begin their work.

All breaches need to be recognised. They need to be understood. It is only in understanding and experiencing the breach that we can begin to see the way it can be repaired. It can be all to easy to see a problem and know how you would fix it. But all problems are complex, and your ‘fix’ or my ‘fix’ might exacerbate the issue, rather than repair. Meeting in the middle of the breach, sitting in the breach in order to understand the perspectives and fears and hopes of those who are most effected by the breach, and then acting together to repair what has been understood….that is the work of relational mission.

This can happen in our own relationships and in our churches. It can happen between the rich and the poor. The powerless and the powerful. The forgotten and the forgetters. It must happen if God’s vision of a reconciled and just world is to be realised.”

Be part of this exciting new study that leads us to realisation and healing.

Cost is $10 per copy. Postage within Australia is $11 for all orders, regardless of the number ordered. Pre-orders being taken now at

All orders will be sent out early next year in time for Lent.

Repairing the Breach




Coming of the light


God was on Both Sides of the Beach

On the 1st of July 1871, the London Missionary Society boats arrived in the Torres Strait and, in an amazing act of reciprocal kindness and courage, were welcomed by the local people. 150 years on, the Gospel has taken root in the Torres Strait and a powerful local church exists, largely unknown to the rest of the Anglican community.




Where Do We Go from Here?

Missional Bible Studies based on the book of Acts.



Climate for Change

A series of Studies about the Climate Crisis.



Sustainable Development

A Bible Study guide to the Sustainable Development Goals.



Into the Desert

40 days of Bible readings, reflections and prayers that will take you on a spiritual journey into the Australian wilderness.


A Voice in the Wilderness

Listening to the Statement from the Heart.

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