• ANNUAL DINNER SERIES 2020

    You're invited to join us for dinner and hear about how OCA is equipping leaders that educate, innovate and bring hope during challenging times. With dynamic guest speakers in each state, the dinner series will explore the essential role of theological colleges in equipping the church of the Majority World.

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  • beirut emergency appeal 

    For Arab Baptist Theological Seminary.
    As a result of the Beirut explosion, ABTS will step in to assist those in need by opening up their campus for people without a home to be accommodated.
    Funds are needed to prepare the rooms, provide kitchenware, mini-fridges, air-con, microwaves, and internet.

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  • Giving to growth

    By giving through OCA you can be confident that your funds will go towards growing God’s church and impacting each society, not just this year, but in the decades ahead as competent leaders are trained for their ministry in their own country. 

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Leadership training is one of the most pressing tasks for Western Christians who are engaged with a global church.

  • Student sponsorship

    Since 1987, Overseas Council Australia has contributed $5.7 million to support 2,686 students in ministry training.

  • Partner Colleges

    Overseas Council Australia supports theological colleges which are evangelical in theology and have a record of financial accountability and good governance.

  • Countries worked in

    Overseas Council Australia works with theological colleges and other strategic leadership development programs in twenty five countries.

"We believe in an emerging generation of Christian leaders whose lives demonstrate vision, integrity and competence. It is these men and women who preach and teach the redeeming gospel of Jesus Christ, minister to widows and orphans, seek justice in and through public institutions, lead their nations through the debilitating morass of corruption, and in a thousand other ways take God’s truth into the public arena."