• 25 Years On

    25 Years On

    It is nearly 25 years since Alan left full-time employment to concentrate fully on the Lord’s work. A letter of commendation from Southport Assembly was Read More
  • A Different Season

    A Different Season

    Life has its different seasons. This past 18 months has been a different season for me. I rarely spend much time in one place, and Read More
  • Women's Coffee & Cake Events  - WMC

    Women's Coffee & Cake Events - WMC

    The Women's Mission Convention is hosting two Coffee & Cake Events in October 2018. With Marie (Restricted Area) and Gillian (DRC) as the speakers we look forward to seeing you there. Read More
  • A Day in our Lives in Spain

    A Day in our Lives in Spain

    Beaches, river, land — what do they all have in common?Ribadeo is on the northern holiday coast of Galicia, where there are many beautiful beaches, including Read More
  • A Day in our Lives in PNG

    A Day in our Lives in PNG

    The first thing I would like to say is “Thank You” to all the other missionaries that have contributed their ‘A Day In The Life’. Read More
  • Behind the Boerewors Curtain

    Behind the Boerewors Curtain

    A Day in our Lives in South Africa Most days, we are up before the sun. Most days, we are up before the sun.Sometimes, it is the Read More
  • NECESSARY CHANGES

    NECESSARY CHANGES

    The Bet-Sean Home for Aged Believers that has functioned in Santa Rosa de Cabal, Colombia, during the last 27 years, was closed on January 17, Read More
  • The Year In Review

    The Year In Review

    The last 12 months have held many changes for us! We have had two months in Australia visiting churches and family. We returned to Timor-Leste Read More
  • God Is Faithful

    God Is Faithful

    My grateful thanks to all who uphold me in prayer, and for those who take the time and trouble to write. Receiving news of individuals Read More
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Calvin and Shirley Oule (Uganda, DPG Day 3)
Praise God that Calvin has arrived safely in Brisbane. Pray for Shirley as she awaits her delivery on 2 October.


Gary and Louise Bryar (Brazil, DPG Day 4)
Praise God for those who accepted Christ at a 50-year anniversary church celebration. Praise God for the testimony of a Chinese engineer who was baptised by Gary at the Mandarin church. Pray that his relatives will be interested in the gospel and will come to Christ one day.


David and Julie Ward (Philippines, DPG Day 11)
Praise God that Reshal, the young man with whom Dave has been working to help teach the believers, is doing really well and has been accepted by the Menti believers. Pray for Adjibar, the son of Nerun (part of the Saturday group), who is heavily involved with the communist rebel group from which Sandy escaped. Pray for the safety of Sandy and his family. Praise God for the growth of the Menti school, and for the faithful Christian teachers. Praise God for the faithful members of the Saturday group who continue to attend despite various hardships and difficulties.


Phill and Annelise Brewster (Australia, DPG Day 13)
Pray for safe travel as they make two more trips to The Kimberleys to conduct three big funerals and a wedding.


Bruce Young (Spain, new DPG Day 15)
Praise God that Bruce has his Spanish ID card. Praise God for keeping him in good health, and for opportunities to serve at Agua Viva.


Kevin and Eloise Dyer (Specialists, DPG Day 19)
Pray that Eloise’s dizzy episodes will settle down. Pray for a definitive diagnosis.


Jono and Marie (Restricted Access, DPG Day 24)
Pray for God to raise up a suitable person to take the role of Op Mercy Director for their country of service. “This person would need to be committed to listen to God for direction, be comfortable making decisions under pressure as part of a leadership team, be committed to mentoring of local and international staff, and be a good team player.” If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in finding out more about this position and what it involves, please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Pray for all those affected by Super Typhoon Mangkhut and Hurricane Florence, especially those who have suffered deaths in their families or destruction of property and loss of livelihood. Pray that floodwaters will recede soon. Pray for the provision of aid, re-establishment of damaged infrastructure, and protection from disease and civil unrest in the aftermath.


Our condolences to the family of Es Morse who passed away last Friday. There will be a service at Mueller Auditorium (75 Morris Rd, Rothwell) on Saturday 22 Sept at 10 am.


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