Australia

Meet Mavis

Sitting in the shade of a tree, wearing a long skirt and a baggy T-shirt, Mavis reveals her favourite verse from the Bible and quotes it in English – “‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the

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Meet Mavis

Sitting in the shade of a tree, wearing a long skirt and a baggy T-shirt, Mavis reveals her favourite verse from the Bible and quotes it in English – “‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the

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Meet Roy & Estelle

“They asked us to help translate the Bible into Kriol. Yeah! We are happy to translate into Kriol, we said. That’s our language! So we did. And it was good.” Roy recounts how he and his wife Estelle first got involved in Bible translation. When Roy worked on the first few words

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Meet Roy & Estelle

“They asked us to help translate the Bible into Kriol. Yeah! We are happy to translate into Kriol, we said. That’s our language! So we did. And it was good.” Roy recounts how he and his wife Estelle first got involved in Bible translation. When Roy worked on the first few words

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Meet Jerry

“That’s good. I’m a ‘free citizen’. Now I can go to any pub and drink,” Jerry thought to himself when the government changed its policy towards Indigenous Australians in 1965. Reflecting on his journey, Jerry sits in the glow of

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Meet Jerry

“That’s good. I’m a ‘free citizen’. Now I can go to any pub and drink,” Jerry thought to himself when the government changed its policy towards Indigenous Australians in 1965. Reflecting on his journey, Jerry sits in the glow of

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Meet Marlene

“I believe in my heart so much that God has wanted me to be a part of this,” says Marlene. She is one of many Australian Indigenous people who worked on the translation of the complete Kriol Bible leading up to its launch in 2007. Doing the translation was, “hard at first, but…

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Meet Marlene

“I believe in my heart so much that God has wanted me to be a part of this,” says Marlene. She is one of many Australian Indigenous people who worked on the translation of the complete Kriol Bible leading up to its launch in 2007. Doing the translation was, “hard at first, but…

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Mesmerised – Weekly Inspiring Image

Have you ever seen children sit so still? At a dark outdoor meeting with only the glow of the stage lights, this image was captured at a ridiculously slow shutter of 1/8 of a second. You could almost take a

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Mesmerised – Weekly Inspiring Image

Have you ever seen children sit so still? At a dark outdoor meeting with only the glow of the stage lights, this image was captured at a ridiculously slow shutter of 1/8 of a second. You could almost take a

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When I Met Estelle

Sometimes I find it hard to reconcile my faith in the Love and Grace of God with all that is so very wrong in our world. Which is why I like to keep a photo of Estelle on hand. Meet

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When I Met Estelle

Sometimes I find it hard to reconcile my faith in the Love and Grace of God with all that is so very wrong in our world. Which is why I like to keep a photo of Estelle on hand. Meet

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“Big Mob” – Monday’s Inspiring Image

I’ve just returned from a weekend of fellowship and celebration with Indigenous Christians from all over the top end of outback Australia. Camped out under the stars, or big mango trees, hundreds of people who could make the journey spent

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“Big Mob” – Monday’s Inspiring Image

I’ve just returned from a weekend of fellowship and celebration with Indigenous Christians from all over the top end of outback Australia. Camped out under the stars, or big mango trees, hundreds of people who could make the journey spent

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