About ACTS Communications
Partnering with ACTS International
ACTS International (A Christian Teaching Service) is a non-profit church service organization whose members and supporters come from many different Christian churches and denominations. Our purpose is to help the church communicate its message to the wider community—which, via the Internet, has become a world-wide community. ACTS Communications has been set up to help supplement support for the ministry of ACTS International.
ACTS International was founded in Australia in 1968 by Dick Innes and has offices in U.S.A and Australia. ACTS Communications was also founded by Dick Innes to (1) publish and make available some of the materials used in the ministry of ACTS International and (2) to provide personal support and also support for the ministry of ACTS International.
Based on the words of Jesus, "Do you want to be made whole?" ACTS goal is to apply the message and gospel of Jesus Christ to the growth and maturity of the whole person and thereby help people become healthy and whole, not only spiritually, but also emotionally, relationally, and physically.
ACTS online products are chosen to help support this goal.
More than 40 million of ACTS Encounter printed gospel outreach brochures/leaflets have been distributed world-wide by hundreds of churches, chaplains, other organizations, business and professional people, and lay persons. Thousands of people have responded over the years.
Click HERE to help support ACTS gospel outreach and help change the world ... ONE PERSON at a time.
Dick Innes, M.A., an Australian by birth, is the Founder/Director of ACTS International and ACTS Communications which are Christian communication ministries. He is the author of Daily Encounter and editor of Weekend Encounter FREE email subscriber services which, combined, go to more than 400,000 subscribers worldwide.
He teaches in the Divorce and Grief Recovery program at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, and has co-written and produced the two workbooks for this course. His book, How to Mend a Broken Heart, is used as the text book for Phase II.
He has also authored the book with the tongue-in-cheek title, I Hate Witnessing—A Handbook for Effective Christian Communications—which has more than 100,000 copies in print and has been used as a study course by numerous churches and youth groups, and by a number of colleges as a textbook and/or supplemental reading for courses in evangelism and communications. His latest book, You Can't Fly With a Broken Wing, is a book about the healing of persons.
He has also written more than 250 Encounter outreach brochure articles—40 million of which have been distributed. He has led seminars and workshops in several countries, and is a trained pastoral counselor.
For more information go to ACTS International main HOME PAGE.
ACTS International/ACTS Communications
P.O. Box 73545
San Clemente, CA 92673