Ethos: engaging future generations

Thoughtful, engaging, relevant, timely and a unique contribution to the conversation – this is how our readers have described Gutenberg Award winning Ethos’ publications.
We want to broaden our reach and deepen our impact. We want to equip more of God’s people for their professional and public lives, so that they can engage in Christ-like ways with today’s issues.

We especially seek younger and culturally diverse readers and writers. This means renewing our website, strengthening our social media presence and raising funds to increase our capacity.
This takes time - more time from renowned Associate Director and Editor, Armen Gakavian, from 2 to 2.5 days weekly. This will cost $9,000 p/a, a small seed to grow our work and punching-above-our-weight impacts by influencing God’s salty influencers.

Please partner with us as we grow our capacity to serve God's people.
About Ethos: Ethos empowers Christians to publicly profess their faith by word and deed in everyday life. Through its publications and events, it equips the scattered people of God to engage with issues of faith and life in business, professions, government, community and media. It provides input to government inquiries, trains business and professional people, and provides ethical advice to denominations. See for more about Ethos.
About Armen: Armen's doctorate was in cultural identity and longing for place. He was founding director of the Armenian Genocide Research Unit at Macquarie University and taught Social Ethics and Social Change at Macquarie Christian Studies Institute and in Armenia. He was a researcher at the Centre for Research on Social Inclusion, Macquarie University, and with The Salvation Army, Centre for Public Christianity, Christian Research Association and National Church Life Survey.

Armen has ministered among university students in Australia and Armenia, and developed young leaders and worked with refugees in Armenia. He mentored men in a Sydney public housing estate with The Navigators and Salvos. With wife Karina Kreminski he co-leads Neighbourhood Matters to 'form reflective practitioners' for service in the urban neighbourhood ( He loves walking, meeting and eating with friends.

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Armen Gakavian
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