Ruach is actively involved in a range of formal and informal partnerships with people and ministries within Australia and overseas. We encourage you to learn more about these ministries, to support them and be involved in what ever way you are able.



Indigenous Ministry Links Australia (IMLA)

A cross denominational apostolic network partnering with Aboriginal Christians in disciple making ministry, especially in remote areas of Queensland and Northern Territory. Emphasis is given to 

building the relationships and communicating effectively to meet the needs of geographically and culturally isolated peoples.


Ministry in High Schools:

Anchor RE (Religious Education) & Forest Association for Christian Education (FACE)

Anchor RE is a ministry of the combined churches of Manly, NSW that provides a full time Religious Education teacher, and volunteers to run lunchtime Christian groups at two local high schools, Balgowlah Boys and Mackellar Girls.


Through FACE, Christian churches in the Forest area of northern Sydney enable students in local State high schools to hear and respond to the gospel. This includes employment of a Religious Education teacher at Davidson High.


Pioneers Australia

 Together with Pioneers of Australia we are in close partnership with a family who serve overseas in a country sensitive to overt Christian activity. As well as financial support we also partner through prayer and in offering on going personal encouragement and emotional support.

Click here to visit Pioneers Australia 


Street Pastors Manly

 An initiative of the Manly Ministers Association, the purpose of the Street Pastors Initiative in Manly is to transform Manly after dark with the love of Christ by listening and caring on the streets of the CBD after midnight on a Saturday night.

Click here to visit Street Pastors Manly


Soul Survivor

 Encouraging youth, young adults and churches to worship in Word, Spirit and Action.

Click here to visit Soul Survivor



 Bringing physical, emotional and spiritual healing to the poor and needy of Halmahera, Indonesia. Under the guidance of Peter & Esther Scarborough the work includes running a medical clinic for the poor, a Childrens Home, leprosy treatment centre, training local medical workers, and a mechanical workshop.

Click here to visit Hohidiai


India Inland Mission

 Founded by Paul Pillai, India Inland Mission is a church planting movement that trains local evangelists and pastors through a Bible College which caters for 600 students. India Inland Mission also runs several orphanages caring for vulnerable children.


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 Jim and Joan Yost, along with their three daughters are involved in cell church planting in the coastal town of Sentani among troubled youth who are migrating in large numbers to coastal cities, as well as to prostitutes, prison inmates and broken families. The power of God to transform broken lives has been evidenced in a church of 700 people being birthed in the town of Sentani, as well as other church plants into four other cities in Papua. Jim’s growing burden is to catalyze church planting movements in Papua, throughout Indonesia and beyond. He is actively involved in training cross cultural workers as well as ones for newly emerging churches throughout Indonesia and South East Asia in principles of rapid multiplication and has sent many Papuan “missionaries” out to be a blessing to the nations.


Manado, East Indonesia

 In 2000, Ruach began working with refugees in Manado who had fled there as a result of conflict in the Maluku region. We continue to partner with the community in Manado to transform lives out poverty.

In particular we support the work of:


Bridge of Hope

 Utilises Microenterprise Development (MED) to empower the poorest members of the community to work their way out of poverty whilst building community. 




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