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He’s sweet I Know
19/09/17 Personal Testimonies , story

He’s sweet I Know

A few years ago on one of my bus rides to and from work, I found myself listening to podcasts. Despite the sometimes maddening and mundane routine, that combination of earbuds and spare time made out to be quite the precious duo. Little did I know that one of those podcasts would cycle back around in my life multiple times and serve as a reminder of a faith fundamental.

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Peace is Possible
31/08/17 Personal Testimonies

Peace is Possible

“It was when I met with a former jihadist and he offered me communion, that I realised there is no barrier too big between us.”

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Why are You in Missions?
17/08/17 longterm missions , Personal Testimonies

Why are You in Missions?

I think I came into missions with quite romanticised ideas of adventure, travel, and crowds of people coming to know Jesus. I’m sure it was with this in mind that I walked into a travel agency at eighteen years old with $1,400 cash in an envelope for a ticket to Australia. Continue reading

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Crossing the Border
03/08/17 DTS , Outreach Stories , Personal Testimonies

Crossing the Border

The miraculous story of a family reuniting with their son at a music concert had me on the edge of my seat. The cup of tea in my hands grew cold and the snacks on the coffee table were forgotten as my ears craned to hear. Continue reading

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Around the Table
19/07/17 Outreach Stories , Personal Testimonies

Around the Table

This weekend I ate the best beef sandwich I have ever had: succulent meat surrounded by a tangy mustard sauce, with fresh vegetables mixed in, enclosed by a toasted baguette to add a crunchy finish. The best part of this meal? The family I got to spend it with. Continue reading

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The Pursuit of People
03/07/17 Personal Testimonies

The Pursuit of People

For years, I have been passionate about seeing those involved in human trafficking be set free to find a place of safety and belonging. After ministering to a few girls that appeared to be prostitutes, it became increasingly evident that they were deceived into selling themselves. Continue reading

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Serve. Impact. Experience.
30/05/17 Personal Testimonies , short term missions

Serve. Impact. Experience.

Working with teenagers can be hard. Trying to keep their focus and getting to places on time are just a few of the struggles. However, it is so rewarding and exhilarating, and that’s why I love my job.

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COMMITMENT COMES AT A CO$T
18/04/17 Personal Testimonies

COMMITMENT COMES AT A CO$T

If you’re anything like me, you make deals with God. You know how it goes: “God, I’ll do this, but only if you’ll do this. I’ll serve here, but only if you give me this.”

When I first moved to Australia to serve with YWAM, these were my terms and conditions: “I’ll serve in missions as long as you provide. As soon as I’m in debt, I’m done.” Continue reading

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The Weight of Waiting
04/04/17 Outreach Stories , Personal Testimonies

The Weight of Waiting

Right now, I sit in my little room waiting on God. I have been waiting a long time. Waiting on God can be hard, exciting, suffocating, excruciating, exhausting, exhilarating and definitely a learning experience.

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“Transform my heart, oh God.”
21/03/17 DTS , Personal Testimonies

“Transform my heart, oh God.”

Steven recently completed his Discipleship Training School with us in 2016, and has some valuable insight to share with the world about his own experience. Most of which is focused on key aspects of his life that God has gently addressed to bring Steven into an even deeper relationship with Him.

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