Missions Interlink is the Australian network for global mission
We exist to connect Australians with a passion for global mission. Together, as God’s people, we can be more effective in cross-cultural and global mission, and demonstrate unity in Christ.
Operating across Australia, we provide training and networking opportunities, share information and resources, facilitate collaboration and high standards of practice, and advocate on behalf of our Members and Associates.
Missions Interlink was established as a national body (the Missions Commission of the Australian Evangelical Alliance (AEA)) in 1986. At that time most Australian states already had mission networks with separate identities and memberships, the oldest of which was Evangelical Missionary Alliance (EMA) which was established in NSW in the 1940s.
In 2012 Missions Interlink became the sole activity of AEA. AEA’s other activities were reorganised as separate legal enitities linked together by an EA Family Covenant of co-operation and fellowship. The other members of the Covenant are Ethos Centre for Christianity and Society, EA Foundation, EA Insurance, and CMA.
Missions Interlink Australia (MI) is a national body with branches, networks, and activities in States and Territories. The activities of Missions Interlink are guided by the MI Regulations and overseen by the MI National Leadership Team (NLT).
State activities are overseen by State Ministry Teams. Each State/Territory Ministry Team has a representative on the NLT.
The NLT serves as a reference group for AEA. The governance of AEA is undertaken in accordance with the AEA Rules.
Missions Interlink has over 150 constituents from organisations such as mission agencies, Bible colleges and local churches.
We are connected internationally through the WEA Mission Commission.
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