Peter and Jenny Stokes – Salt Shakers
Peter and Jenny Stikes started the ministry of Salt Shakers in Australia in 1994 after fighting against a gambling venue being established in their local shopping centre.
Catherine Hamlin (1924 – ) obstetrician, Fistula Hospital, Addis Ababa
Dr Catherine Hamlin trained as an Obstetrician / Gynaecologist at Crown St Women’s hospital in Sydney and together with her husband went to Ethiopia in 1959 to work there.
David Hurley (1953 – ) Governor-General-designate of Australia
The young officer had been drawn away from his upbringing in the Church of England by the temptations of Army life. But he found his mind being refocused when he began preparing to marry Linda, a committed Presbyterian.
Brian Booth (1933 – ) cricketer
A committed Christian, Booth is an Anglican lay-preacher, and often invokes religious and ethical arguments while talking about issues such as sportsmanship. He co-authored Cricket and Christianity. In 1998 he wrote Sport and sportsmanship: a Christian perspective towards 2000 for the Australian Christian Forum on Education.
Bernard Gaynor ( – ) an advocate against political correctness
As a result of his defence of Christian values, Bernard Gaynor has been dismissed from his Defence Force position and has incurred $200,000 in legal costs fighting what have been termed frivolous cases against him. He and his family have been forced to change their address.
Bill Muehlenberg (1953 – ) writer, teacher, speaker, cultural commentator and activist
Bill Muehlenberg is the author of various books. He has also written well over 4000 articles and book reviews. He is a spokesman for the Family Council of Victoria, and has been a part-time lecturer in theology and ethics at various theological colleges.