Moira Kelly (1964 – ) humanitarian
In 1987 Moira Kelly returned to India and continued her work with Mother Teresa and in 1988 she was honoured as an Australian Bicentenary Young Woman of the Year for her work in community services and the Advance Australia Ambassador Award.
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Freedom for faith
Freedom of religion is vital to building a diverse and pluralist nation. Australia should be a place where there is true freedom for people to hold and live out their deepest convictions.
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Gordon Young (1921- 2004) lecturer and church planter
Many thousands of people were blessed by the life and Christian service of Gordon Young.
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We exist to connect Australians with a passion for global mission. Together, as God’s people, we can be more effective in cross-cultural and global mission, and demonstrate unity in Christ.
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The quality of our nation’s marital relationships will be a determining factor in the destiny of Australia. The strength of families depends on the qualities of the relationships between mothers and fathers. Therefore marriage should be encouraged, strengthened, valued and supported by society and individuals in every possible way as a social good.
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In today’s world real hope is hard to find. That’s why Hope 103.2 exists: to bring the message of hope to our community through a family-friendly, safe listening environment.
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The Story with Jimmy Colefax
Jimmy Colefax fronts a series of conversations filled with stories of everyday Australians who reveal the impact their faith has through a variety of challenges, many we all go through.
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Australian Christian Heritage Foundation
Australian Christian Heritage Foundation
Promoting research on the history and stories of Australian Christian Heritage and the development of links with church and university bodies; supporting lectures and other learning opportunities on Australia’s Christian heritage.
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Stuart Piggin ( – ) director of the Centre for the History of Christian Thought and Experience
A distinguished contributor to international religious history particularly focusing on the history of Evangelical Christianity
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Lynn Arnold ( 1949 – ) premier to priest
Lynn Arnold was South Australian premier in 1992. He is now a priest.
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Leila Abdallah ( – ) mother of the year 2021
Inspiring others by forgiving the drunk driver who killed her children
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Caleb Dawson ( – ) microscopy researcher
To me, science is the study of God’s work in creation. It can teach us about the character of God. The unfathomable universe and the incredible complexity of life show that he is infinite, creative, rational and a lover of beauty.
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Stephen Chavura ( – ) author and academicHis research interests include the history of political thought, church and state in history, modern political philosophy, recognition theory, and freedom of speech.
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Bible League provides Bibles, biblical resources, language translations and training.
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Youth for Christ
It is our desire for all young people to encounter Jesus, to experience radical freedom and to truly understand their identity as sons and daughters of God.
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The world best selling book
Guinness World Records nominate the Bible as the best-selling book of all time with an estimated over 5 billion copies sold and distributed, over many decades.
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George Ronalds (1937 – ) awarded world’s best cheese maker
As an expression of his faith, he dedicated 26 years to building life skills, confidence and resilience in the district’s youth as the Director of Warragul Youth for Christ. There was always time to respond with gratitude for his own life and invest in others.
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Eugene Veith (1915 – 2010) trucking businessman
A Christian since the age of 16, Curly believes he has been given the gift of long life so he can continue his work. ”I ask God for five extra years,” he says, ”and when that is up I ask for another five. I aim to live past 100.”
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Oswald Barnett (1883 – 1972) housing reformer
In 1923 following a visit to an inner-city slum Barnett enlisted the aid of young Methodists in a campaign which led to the establishment of the Methodist Babies Home.
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Freemasonry in AustraliaIs Freemasonry compatible with Christianity? The short answer is no. The long answer is no.
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Paul Barnett (1935 – ) retired Anglican bishop
Barnett is a prominent historical writer on the rise of Christianity and the historical Jesus.
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Peter Downie ( – ) FamilyVoice Naional Director
Peter has a strong commitment to see Christianity free to proclaim its vital message to individuals, families and the nation, which will provide a positive influence in society.
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Greg Bondar (- ) FamilyVoice NSW/ACT Director
The issues currently before Greg in NSW revolve around Religious Freedom, Special Religious Education in Schools, Freedom of Speech, Euthanasia, Abortion and the relationship between Church and State.
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David Larkin (1972 – ) school chaplain and Citizen of the year
His award was for “dedication and commitment to working with students on personal development and issues to do with grief, loss and self-esteem”.
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Chris Riley (1954 – ) founder of Youth Off The Streets
Father Chris Riley’s Youth Off The Streets has over 35 programs that employ over 200 staff and involve more than 400 volunteers, providing a wide range of services such as crisis accommodation, independent schools, residential treatment programs, centres for youth, Aboriginal programs, and early intervention and prevention programs into troubled suburbs through an outreach service.
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Danny Nalliah (1964 – ) pastor
There is one thing I know, we cannot compromise the Gospel in order to maintain status quo. We need to boldly stand for what we believe. If not, we will lose the Christian heritage of our homeland of Australia.
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Daniel Scot ( – ) providing information on the Quran and Hadiths
Pastor Scot thanked his supporters and vowed to continue conducting seminars on the Koran and Hadiths
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