Arrow Community

Year/Cohort State Name
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Aaron Pimlott

Aaron Pimlott is married to Anna of ten years and they have one little boy and another baby expected February 2019. Aaron currently works for The Salvation Army as Operations Manager for Disability in Queensland and New South Wales. Aaron and Anna are an active part of Hillsong Church where Aaron is involved in the Creative Team in Queensland. Aaron is also a property developer with a passion about business with Kingdom focus and is currently developing property on the south side of Brisbane. Aaron is passionate about leadership and building a positive and collaborative team culture in his current spheres of influence.

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Aaron Sloper

Aaron Sloper is a Senior English and humanities teacher at Livingstone Christian College on Queensland's Gold Coast. He is married to Rachel, a lawyer working primarily in the not for profit sector. Aaron currently works teaching Senior students in English, History and Legal Studies. His passions include developing curriculum and pedagogical practice that represents a genuine Christian world view and seeing Christian engaging actively in popular culture and discourse. In his spare time, Aaron enjoys reading, basketball, football and playing guitar.

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Aashish Parmar

Aash Parmar is married to Louise and is Dad to Micah, Keziah and Judah. Aash is the Senior Pastor of Ellenbrook Baptist Church in Perth, WA and a volunteer Arrow Leadership Representative in Western Australia. Aash served as Recruitment Coordinator for Arrow Leadership in 2017 and 2018. He loves being a part of challenging leadership conversations as well as seeing leaders discover the Spirit’s rhythm in their development. Prior to ministry in Ellenbrook, Aash was raised in Africa and then moved to the Goldfields of Western Australia where he served in youth and then senior ministry roles in Kalgoorlie. He is invested in closing the gap in leadership development opportunities for the young, the minority and the disengaged. He also loves Manchester United and spending time connecting with people over board games, sport and mindless trivia.

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Adam Butler

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Adam Butler is one of the Youth & Young Adult Pastors at New Peninsula Church & Regional Coordinator for Youth Alive on the Mornington Peninsula. Adam is married to Kylie with whom he job-shares his pastoral role & they have two young kids.

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Adam Cetrangolo

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Adam Cetrangolo is married to Heather (Arrow 10) and is currently serving in the Anglican Parish of St Clement;s Elsternwick in Melbourne. With a small but committed team he has this year planted a new congregation for young adults named SALT. With an Italian background Adam enjoys hospitality and good meals with good friends.

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Adam Dunt

Adam Dunt is the Director of the Middle School at King's Baptist Grammar School in Adelaide's North East. He lives in a surrounding suburb with his wife and two children. As a family they love to spend time on the coast and participating in or viewing sport. Adam is passionate about connecting with people through relationship and his desire is to shine God's light and love into the community in which he has been placed.

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Adam Lowe

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Adam Lowe has been Assistant Minister at the Anglican Church of Noosa since late 2010. Prior to this role Adam and his wife spent a year in the UK to complete an MA Theology and Religion at St John's College Durham University. Prior to studying in the UK Adam worked as an Assistant Curate and Pastoral Assistant at St Mark's Clayfield (Brisbane) whilst also consulting as a Psychologist internationally. Adam has a passion for small groups preaching and teaching and pastoral ministry. His wife Bettrys is a primary school teacher and they have been married since 2003. Adam loves technology (blogging occasionally!) and is a coffee nerd.

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Adam Moore

Adam Moore is the General Manager of the ACT division of BUILT, a construction firm undertaking complex refurbishment, high quality fit-out and construction of new and significant buildings. Adam has built the ACT business from its humble beginnings to a business that has a high reputation for delivering quality buildings where good relationships are built. He is married to Justine and they have three active children. Adam enjoys playing soccer with his son, motorbike riding and paragliding.

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Adam Ramsey

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Adam Ramsey really loves Jesus. He also really enjoys being married to Kristina going on daddy-dates with his little girl Alaiya and wrestling with his boy Benaiah. Having pastored in both hemispheres Adam currently serves as Campus Pastor at Elevation Church on the Gold Coast and also leads their thriving Youth and Young Adults ministries. Apart from reading drinking coffee and training as a wannabe- UFC-fighter his spare time includes helping lead Red Frogs Hotel Chaplaincy (Gold Coast) and raising up an army of young missionaries through The Uprising; a cross-denominational movement of young people whose greatest desire pursuit and message is Jesus.

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Alan Hirsch

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Alan Hirsch is from Victoria where he is C.E.O. for the Dept of Mission Education and Development for Churches of Christ in Vic/Tas. Alan is married to Debra. Alan's hobbies are reading walking solitude.

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Alan Lukabyo

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Alan Lukabyo is the Senior Minister in the Anglican Parish of Dundas/Telopea in Sydneys west. He is married to Ruth and they have two daughters and a son none of whom shares his passion for soccer.

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Alethea Ashby

Alethea is currently the Children to Young Families Pastor at Northern Community Church of Christ in Melbourne. In 2013 she graduated from Harvest West Bible College with a BA in Biblical Studies and Vose Seminary with a Dip of Management. Alethea has a heart for service and a passion for seeing people find their purpose in Christ.

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Alice Arnott

Alice lives in Melbourne CBD, works for City on a Hill and is a part-time nurse at Royal Melbourne Hospital. Her work at City on a Hill involves working in an Executive Assistant role at their Melbourne CBD location, but also at their other church plant locations in wider Melbourne, Geelong and Brisbane. Her passions are mostly all people related - drinking coffee, reading the bible with people and just hanging out, but when she has time alone she enjoys knitting, running and reading. She is passionate about seeing her city and Australia and beyond reached with the good news that Jesus has come into the world not only to save them for eternity, but to redeem them to live for him - like a city on a hill - where ever he calls them to be.

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Alice McClintock

Alice McClintock is currently working at Rough Edges, as a community development officer, with the street community of Kings Cross, Sydney. She has previously worked as a musician and actor and is now interested in the relationship between arts and justice. Alice loves teaching and exploring ideas about heaven, messy grace and politics. She also loves living near the beach and spending endless hours Googling social issues. Alice is looking forward to see how God blends these passions altogether. Alice is married to Sam Roberts.

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Alice Rees

Alice Rees has been working in camping ministry for Crusaders for four years. She loves spreading the gospel to children and young people on camps and is passionate about developing leaders who live a life of ministry. Alice lives on the North Shore of Sydney and loves her local church St Matt's West Pymble. Alice loves to spend as much time as possible outside and loves to spend time by the water.

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Alice Staines

Alice Staines serves at Nexus Church in Brisbane with her husband, Jordan. She is currently on staff as the Assistant Youth Pastor, and is particularly passionate about reaching young people in the local community through school programs and coaching relationships. Her greatest joy is forming long term and substantial relationships with young women as they journey through life's 'stuff'. Alice has a background as a Graphic Designer and loves creating, designing, and making things look good. She also has a weakness for Broadway Soundtracks.

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Alisha Faulkner

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lish Faulkner is an Urban Missionary with Urban Neighbours of Hope living in the largest slum in Bangkok Thailand. She is the team leader of Lok 3 where she lives out the call to love God and love your neighbour. Each day is a changing cross-cultural landscape. Lish is passionate about the poor the forgotten and the oppressed. She longs to see her community transformed by the love and grace of Jesus. Lish enjoys spending time with her friends and family playing sport working with kids and eating.

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Alison Ramadge

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Alison has been working as a school chaplain for the past two years. Her roles have included pastoral care Christian nurture program development teaching and community work.

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Allan Thomas

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Allan is the Pastor of the Kalgoorlie Baptist Church. He is married to Sandra and they have three children Joshua Amy and Emma. He enjoys playing tennis and watching just about all sports.

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Alwyn Robinson

Alwyn Robinson is a Salvation Army Officer in the Australian Eastern Territory. With his wife Deborah they have three children; Bethany, Kieran and Hannah. He currently works on staff at the Salvation Army's School for Officer Training in Bexley North, NSW. His passions include seeing people growing in faith and being an encourager with every person he meets. Alwyn likes to go to NRL games (especially to see the Roosters), play Xbox games, and watch TV sports.

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Amanda Agnew

[ Bio Updated: 18-Mar-14 ]: Lieutenant Amanda Agnew is a Salvation Army Officer currently serving as Corps Officer in New Norfolk Tasmania. Her heart is to see whole communities transformed as the Kingdom of God comes both individually and corporately so that all people may live in the freedom and hope that Christ brings. Amanda is married to Vaughan and they are expecting their first child in October 2014.

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Amanda Hart

Amanda Hart is a Salvation Army Officer in the Australia Territory. She has one dog, Nina, who never does the dishes, laundry or cleans the floors. Amanda currently serves as the Corps Officer at The Salvation Army, Warragul in Victoria. She loves living as a surrendered follower of Jesus and the freedom that it brings. Her passion is to see other people come into the Kingdom of God and experience his amazing freedom. Amanda enjoys a good coffee (or turmeric latte) with friends, spending time at the gym, studying and travelling overseas with her adopted family where they strive to do something new and exciting on each trip.

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Amanda Otten

Amanda Otten is married to Justin and they have three fantastic children - Laura, Sarah and Liam. Amanda is the Finance Manager at Arrow Leadership and loves hearing the inspiring stories of transformation from Arrow graduates. Amanda enjoys reading and catching up with family and friends - especially over brunch.

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Andre D'Cruz

Andre D'Cruz has been married for 5 years and been with his partner for almost 15 years. Andre is an employee of the Salvation Army in the ITS department where he is responsible for IT Service delivery, Service desk and Information Security. For close to the last decade Andre has worked at NFPs and education organisations. Andre's passion lies in bringing out the best in himself and others around him. He has been blessed to work with many incredible people to co-found initiatives that have benefited hundreds, if not thousands, of people. Andre enjoys traveling with his wife to learn about different cultures, lands and people.

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Andrew Battistella

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Andrew Battistella is the Ministry Development Manager of Empart Inc. a church-planting organisation focussed on fuelling community transformation through indigenous church leaders in South Asia. He is married to Melanie and they are the Young Adult pastors at Moonee Valley Christian Church in the north-western suburbs of Melbourne. Andrew has five children and his passion is to see the 'church' motivated and empowered to fulfil the Great Commission. His other love is the Nintendo Wii.

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Andrew Brown

Andrew Brown is the Junior School Chaplain at Barker College. He is married with three children. Andrew has taught high school and primary school students in public and private schools. He enjoys the challenge of creatively presenting the Gospel to children and their families in a way which engages and challenges them. As well as spending time with his family, Andrew likes to play beach cricket, go running, complete hard suduko's, play tennis and go mountain biking in the wet.

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Andrew Chin

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Based in Sydney Andrew Chin has served as a pastor with Wesley International Congregation (Wesley Mission) since 2004 and currently oversees the Evangelism and Missions Department and an Extension Service in Macquarie Park. His ministry interests are local and overseas missions discipleship/mentoring and equipping potential leaders. Andrew is married to Melissa and they have two young children Nathaniel and Annaliese. His personal interests are reading movies board games and cycling.

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Andrew de Jonge

Andrew de Jonge is team leader Student Life Uni ministry at Sydney University. Andrew is married to Keryn.

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Andrew Downes

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Andrew is married to Jacqui and has three children (Joram 9 Letitia 7 & Jai 2). He pastors the Aldinga Bay Baptist Church. This church is around 9 years old and Andrew has been the pastor here for eight years. Along with his church he has a strong desire to link with their community see people come to faith in Christ and grow to maturity in Him. Andrew and his family love swimming snorkelling and surfing.

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Andrew Grant

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Andrew Grant is a "scatterling" of Africa; born in Zimbabwe he moved to Australia at age 14. He studied Economics in Townsville which enabled him to take up a position in the Graduate system of the Commonwealth Public Service for three years before moving to rural NSW to study and work with Cornerstone Community. Andrew is the Director of Camping for Queensland Conference and Camping Centres (QCCC) a ministry of Queensland Baptists. QCCC is the largest private camping enterprise in Queensland and Andrew's role is to develop and expand its ministry to the 50000 guests who access QCCC's sites and expeditions programs annually. He lives in Mapleton with wife Anne and three active sons - Joseph Timothy and Elijah.

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Andrew Grant

Andrew Grant and his wife Aliza and their son Louis, live at Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast. Andrew oversees Christian Youth Camps – Burleigh Heads and has a passion for Christian Camping and organisational development. Andrew enjoys spending time with his family, surfing, soccer and cricket.

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Andrew Hamilton

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): ANDREW HAMILTON from WA is the Pastor at Lesmurdie Baptist. Andrew is married to Danelle and they have a daughter Elizabeth. Andrew enjoys surfing basketball computers and reading.

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Andrew Hartman

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Andrew Hartman is the Youth Pastor at Menai Anglican Church. Andrew studied Commerce at UNSW and worked for four years in Financial Planning. During those four years he got a taste for ministry with short-term mission trips to Bali and Myanmar. This confirmed a desire to pursue ministry further and he went to Sydney Missionary and Bible College (SMBC) for three years before taking a position at Menai Anglican. Andrew is married to Tara and enjoys chillin' out with friends and family surfing soccer cookie dough ice cream and fantasy novels. He loves sharing the Gospel with kids and seeing God open up their eyes to Him.

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Andrew Hogarth

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Andy Hogarth is from South Australia and is involved in Evangelism in Schools YFC Campus Life and his band "Moving House". He is married to Stephanie and they have 2 children Lachlan and William. He enjoys his family movies reading music dining with friends and watching sport.

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Andrew Hong

[ Bio Updated: 01-Dec-11 ]: Husband father. English pastor at North Side Chinese Alliance Church in Epping NSW. PhD candidate at Macquarie University.

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Andrew Humphreys

Andrew Humphreys is a Salvation Army Officer based on the Central Coast NSW. He is married with four lovely daughters. Andrew and his wife are responsible for the running of a local church, a Young Adult Discipleship Training School and have responmsibilities to help all expressions of The Salvation Army on the Central Coast work togetheer. He has a deep love for God and people and thoroughly enjoys ministry and leadership. He grew up on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland where he and his family still holiday every year. He is passionate about seeing Revival come to Australia.

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Andrew Jarvey

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Andrew Jarvey is married to Dianne and they have two awesome boys Izacc and Josiah. Andrew is the Officer (Pastor) for the Salvos in Ellenbrook a very fast-growing suburb of Perth. Andrew has a real heart for God coupled with a real heart for people. He is passionate about finding new ways of introducing people to God that are relevant and radical. Andrew loves the Sydney Swans and new technology. Other interests include music golf playing footy and going to the flicks.

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Andrew Katay

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): ANDREW KATAY from NSW is the Assistant Minister at St Barnabas BroadwayChaplain to the University of Sydney and Team Leader of the Evangelical Union staff team. Andrew 'is married to Catriona and they have three children Miles Paige and Sabrina. He enjoys golf the gym and reading.

Blog: apkatay.wordpress.com/author/apkatay/

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Andrew Lennox

Andrew Lennox is married to Tina and has two young children. He is the Planning and Development Manager of Christian Community Ministries Ltd., which operates a network of Christian Schools nationally, and is based in Logan, Queensland. Andrew's passions revolve around the development of Jesus-centered community that is holistic, integrated and enduring. He has many interests including singing/song-writing and growing his own fruit and vegetables.

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Andrew Livingstone

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Andrew Livingstone is from Victoria and is Senior Associate Minister at St Jude's Anglican Church in Carlton. He is married to Claire and they have 2 children Daniel and Nathan. He enjoys touch football swimming ethics and current affairs music movies and Indian and Thai food.

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Andrew Marsh

Andrew Marsh and his wife Amanda, head up the South Australia and Northern Territory office of Compassion Australia. On a trip to Cambodia in the New Year of 2013, Andrew’s heart was broken for the poor children of the world, which led him towards a calling to Adelaide to work for Compassion as a Relationship Manager. Andrew is passionate about sharing the love of God with people and telling great stories and sees it as such a privilege to be working with churches and individuals alike in SA and NT to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name. Andrew’s personal mission statement is to help people realise their God-given potential and God-given mandate for loving their neighbours, be it next door or across the seas. In his time off you’ll find Andrew drinking a coffee in McLaren Vale or by the beach.

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Andrew May

Andrew May is married to Emma and father to Molly (3) and Hannah (5). He is an associate pastor at Bundoora
Presbyterian Church with a focus on university students and young workers. Andrew is continually humbled by God's
grace in Christ working in him and through him in ministry. Andrew is passionate about seeing ministry training and evangelism develop in local churches. Andrew's idea of a good night is good food and good conversation.

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Andrew Robb

Andrew Robb is married to Lisa and together they have two kids, Emily and Timothy. He is currently serving in a pastoral role overseeing the youth ministry and evening congregation at a multi-site Baptist church in the ACT. Andrew is passionate about seeing the local church rediscover the art of discipleship, and loves seeing people discover more of who Jesus is and what he has in store for their life. Andrew's hobbies include trips to Bunnings (in a quest to build or fix something), riding his motorbike, roasting (and consuming) coffee, or finding any excuse to spend time relaxing with friends.

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Andrew Sercombe

Andrew Sercombe is the Worship and Evening Service Pastor at Gateway Baptist Church, Brisbane where he has been for 2 years. He is married to Megan and has three young girls - Olivia, Eva and Madeleine. His role includes managing the creative teams and providing pastoral oversight for the Young Adults ministry and evening service. He is committed to growing the local Church through making disciple-makers who passionately follow Jesus. Apart from spending time with his girls, Andrew loves DIY, playing cricket and making a good coffee.

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Andrew Simpson

Andrew Simpson is married to Cadence and currently serves as Associate Pastor at Mooroolbark Baptist Church in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs. Andrew has experience leading in both larger and smaller church contexts, in addition to being a qualified Secondary School Teacher. He is passionate about developing leaders and communicating the Gospel in a down-to-earth, practical way. In his spare time, Andrew loves delving into the world of history and politics. His love language is coffee.

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Andrew Train

Andrew Train is a lead teacher at Toowoomba Christian College on the Darling Downs. He is married to Kirsty, a licensed plumber who uses her trade as a mission field for sharing the love of Christ and has four children, a son and daughter in law and one grandchild. Andrew currently works teaching secondary students in Wood Technology, Furnishing Studies and Humanities. His passions include leading people to understand the relational nature of Christ via developing curriculum and pedagogical practice that incorporates relationships as a core component of a genuine Christian world view. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys reading, close harmony singing and bringing order to his world!

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Andrew Turner

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Andrew Turner is married to Lydia and has three boys Zac Jesse and Hamish. Originally from Hobart Andrew now lives in Burnie on the north/west coast of Tasmania where he is the Schools and Special Projects Co-ordinator for Scripture Union Tasmania. Andrew is on the leadership team of a newly planted missional church where he combines his love for hospitality and community building with helping people connect with God in a relational way. He loves cooking roasting (and drinking) coffee as well as getting into the great outdoors.

Andrey Osipov

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Angas Tiernan

Angas Tiernan leads the ministry of the Christian Union at Swinburne University in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. He loves his role the most when he’s involved in organisational analysis and innovation, and when he spends time with students, seeing them discover that Jesus is more than they thought. This actually makes up most of his job. For fun he likes to drink pretentious coffee, preferably with his wife Cath, and their daughter Annika.

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Angela Jolly

Previously (2018) Executive Director of the Schools Ministry Group (SMG) in SA, Angela Jolly is a passionate leader with a long history of community engagement in schools, camping programs and local church leadership.SMG aims to enable young people and school communities the opportunity to respond positively to God, themselves and others in light of what has been revealed in Jesus Christ. Angela is married to Steve, as a family they attend a baptist church in the Adelaide hills, they have a son Cameron and their daughter Tegan recently married Joel.

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Angus McLeay

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Angus McLeay is from Victoria and is Assistant Minister - Youth and Evangelism at St John's Anglican Church in Diamond Creek. He is married to Fiona and enjoys hiking cross country skiing and body surfing.

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Anna Burke

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Anna is the Director of marketing and development for the Crusader Union of Australia. Living in Sydney she enjoys dancing singing and chocolate.

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Annastasia Goodluck

Anna Goodluck, married to Jed Goodluck, is the Youth & Young Adults Pastor at Box Hill Salvation Army. Anna works to see young people passionately building God's Kingdom, both as one community and in their individual contexts. When Anna is not working you're likely to find her checking out cute markets in Melbourne, playing board games with Jed, nose-deep in a book, or desperately trying to keep garden plants alive.

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Anne Dolan

Anne Dolan lives in Naracoorte, South Australia. She is the Campus Principal of Sunrise Christian School Naracoorte Campus which is a Reception to Grade 7 primary school. Her week is divided between teaching R-7 and administration of the school. Anne has a love for the outdoors, particularly the beach, which she enjoys sharing with her Groodle, Freya. She has 2 daughters and attends Maxlife church.

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Anthea McCall

[ Bio Updated: 07-Nov-13 ]: Lecturer in Biblical Studies and Associate Dean of Anglican Institute at Ridley Melbourne Mission and Ministry College. Anthea is on a team to plant a new church called Merri Creek Anglican in Melbourne''s inner north in December 2013.

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Anthony Palmieri

Anthony Palmieri is married to Siobhan and they have three amazing children; Jenna, Makayla and Josiah. Anthony is the Senior Pastor at Lakeside Baptist Church. Lakeside operates and serves the community through a 4-court multi-purpose recreation centre. More than 7000 people a week use and benefit from the range of sporting programs. Anthony is passionate about seeing people say "yes" to Jesus and together with his team strive to reach the community with the life-changing message of Jesus through sport and relational evangelism.

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Ash Knop

Ash Knop, Director of Partnerships at World Vision Australia, working alongside a highly capable team, is responsible for the development of partnerships with corporate organizations, churches and denominations, community groups and schools. Ash, with wife Liz and two young daughters, Alfie and Lola, live in Melbourne. When he's not spending time with his family, friends or attending Stairway church, Ash can be found playing golf, listening to music or watching sport, which includes following his AFL team the Hawks.

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Ashlee Littleford

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Ashley Barker

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ashley Barker is from Springvale Victoria where he is working with Urban Neighbourhoods of Hope (UNOH) Mission a pioneer urban mission movement. Ashley is married to Anji and has one child Amy Kate. His hobbies are soccer and reading.

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Avril Mundy

Avril Mundy is the Children's Pastor at Kingsway Community Church in Southern Sydney where she leads a fabulous team of leaders to serve the church family and the children in the wider community.
Avril is passionate about bringing the Word of God to life and loves to teach in a wide variety of contexts. She greatly values camping ministries and serving on state-wide kids camps and Southern Cross Kids Camps are highlights of her year. As a Southern Cross Kids Camp Director she engages with vulnerable children and finds great joy in providing a safe, Christ-focused environment for those who need it most. If she is not serving the church community you will find Avril curled up with her nose in a book or spending time with her nephew.

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Belinda Macarthur

Belinda works for the Anglican Church in Southern Queensland. Having become a Christian not so long ago and with vivid memories of a life without Jesus, Belinda has a strong desire for more people to meet Jesus and experience the fullness of life that only He can offer. With a background in communications and administration, Belinda enjoys supporting and helping to resource local churches, church leaders and chaplains. Originally from Canberra, Belinda is making the most of her new Queensland surrounds, especially the mild winters and the abundance of charming coffee shops on nearly every suburban street corner.

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Ben Chong

Ben Chong is married to Chelsea and is a minister for youth and missional engagement in Doncaster. Ben has a deep passion for witnessing and experiencing God's Kingdom come alive in the local neighbourhood - incorporating an attitude of 'deeper not wider', presence, deep relationships, Biblical justice, cooperation across denominations/faiths and celebration. He spends the most time in Doncaster in community development work at the local high schools, having meals with people, and building up and encouraging other leaders. In his free time, Ben is an avid fan but average basketballer. He loves adventures, music and learning new skills.

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Ben Dainton

Ben Dainton, is the Youth and Young Adults Pastor at York Street Church of Christ in Ballarat. He loves working with young people because he sees them as both the present and future leaders of the Church. His passions are to see these young people grow in their relationship with Christ, so they can be transformed into his likeness. To then see these young people, go and be carriers of Christ's message brings a deep joy to all that he does. Ben loves going to the gym and playing sport recreationally but sometimes just wants to sit and read. He also loves going to music gigs and spontaneous adventures.

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Ben Fair

Ben Fair is currently serving as Creative Arts Minister at Door of Hope Christian Church, a Church of Christ in Launceston. He is married to Chantelle, and together they have two great children. Ben’s passions include leadership and music – the perfect combination for his role! In his spare time, Ben loves playing sax and keys in bands around Tassie, watching cricket, AFL and F1, and travelling and camping with his family.

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Ben Sarre

Ben Sarre is married to Elizabeth and they have three daughters Lara, Zoe in Airlie. Their family worships at Seeds Uniting Church in southern Adelaide. Ben is Executive Director of the South Australian affiliate of international Christian mission organisation Habitat for Humanity. Ben believes strongly in putting faith into action and is determined to help South Australians on low incomes and experiencing hardship achieve the security of home ownership through the ministry of Habitat for Humanity. Away from work, Ben loves spending time with family and friends, being at the beach and fishing.

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Benjamin Baillie

I’m currently finishing my BTh as part of my formation to become an officer within The Salvation Army. BJ believes in people and that board games are a place to come together and laugh with friends. His hobbies include motorbike riding, cycling and eating.

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Benjamin Johnston

Ben Johnston and his wife Colleen are members of Cornerstone Community in regional North-West Victoria. They have four energetic kids Ewan, Isabella, Olivia and Toby. Ben is the associate leader of the Swan Hill training campus; mentoring young adults as they engage in a 'whole of life' experience of discipleship within a missional community model. He is passionate about Jesus followers building a worldview around kingdom priorities and discovering their place in Gods mission. Ben enjoys all forms of football, spicy cuisine and reading a biography while sipping an equally inspiring espresso.

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Benjamin Kulp

Benjamin Kulp is Youth and Young Adults Pastor at Whitehill Church of Christ in Ipswich, Queensland. He has been serving on staff at Whitehill for 5 years, working with the young people of Ipswich. Ben has a passion for seeing people come to truly know God for themselves and see them live a life that glorifies Jesus to make him known throughout the world. He also loves youth camps and the huge impact that they can have on young lives and spends 5 weeks each year on youth camps. Through Arrow Ben is also completing his Bachelor of Ministry part time at ACOM. Ben's hobbies include road bike riding, hiking, playing bass guitar and reading good books.

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Benny Lang-Akan

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): BENNY LANG-ATAN is the Assistant Minister at St Mary's in the Forest Mission in the Philippines. Benny is married to Bronwen and they have two children Chinoma and Damaya. He enjoys swimming mountain climbing volleyball and basketball.

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Beth Campbell-Bruce

Beth Campbell-Bruce is the Fundraising and Marketing Manager, at Foodbank NSW, helping them rescue food from going to landfill and providing it to Aussies going hungry. Beth is passionate about seeing people healed and restored and being able to fulfill the calling on their lives. Beth is married to James. Her hobbies include walking, reading and painting (not very well) and hanging out with her loved ones.

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Billy Williams

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Billy Williams is married to Vicki and they have three children Geordie (8) Macey (6) and Rory (4) and live in Brisbane. He is originally from the Kamilaroi people of northwestern NSW. Billy is preaching pastor at Bridgeman Baptist Community Church and is the facilitator for djaywunti a network of indigenous churches ministries and their partners. As a family they lead a missional outreach to indigenous people called dhiiyaan (meaning family). Billy is passionate about living and communicating what it means to be authentically Aboriginal and authentically Christian.

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Bindy Lupis

Bindy Lupis with her husband Marco is a Salvation Army Officer currently serving in Wagga Wagga as the Corps Officer. They have three children, Zac, Caitlyn and Hannah. Bindy is also a chaplain to NSW Ambulance and considers it a privilege to do life with people at their most vulnerable. Bindy enjoys writing and performing drama to be used for worship and teaching. She loves to travel and to read and is most at peace in the bush on a horse.

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Brad Case

Brad Case is married to Mercy and is the Connection Pastor at Gateway Baptist Church in Brisbane. He has previously worked in a statewide coaching role leading generations pastors for Churches of Christ QLD, has been a school chaplain, youth and children’s pastor, long time SU Qld camps director and has even written a children’s book. He enjoys all kinds of sport and music, breaking out his saxophone whenever possible.

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Brad Hayman

Brad Hayman is an Associate Pastor at Sale Baptist Church. He is married to Allanah and they are expecting their first child in late 2015. In his role, Brad oversees the Youth and Young Adults ministries. He has been in his role at SBC since 2006. He is passionate about training and equipping leaders and discpleship. His hobbies are basketball and he is also a recent CrossFit convert.

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Brad Lovegrove

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Brad Lovegrove is from Victoria and is the Director of Anglican Youth Ministries. He is married to Louise and they have 4 children; Samarie Talitha Benjamin and Magdalen. His hobbies include movies contemporary music landscaping renovating the gym and raising kids.

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Bree Mills

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Bree Mills is the Youth Pastor at Glen Waverley Anglican Church working to build teams of volunteers who seek to serve youth and their families within and outside of the faith community. She has a real heart for seeing young people come to faith and grow to fulfil their God-given potential in His world. Bree is married to Brian and enjoys spending time with her three children. To relax she loves reading non-fiction playing basketball kayaking and going to the beach.

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Brendan Nottle

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Brendan Nottle is responsible for resourcing and training Youth and Children's Ministry Workers for the Salvation Army. Brendan is married to Sandra and they have three children Ashley Briana and Kineisha. He enjoys reading watching sport and AFL.

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Brendan Taylor

Brendan Taylor is the Youth/Young Adults Minister at Kingsley Church of Christ in Perth. Brendan’s passions include giving the youth a place to grow and question their walk with God, seeing Christ shared in sport, sharing Jesus with everyone, wherever that may be. He enjoys playing cricket (he would like to think he is a batsman, but is selected to bowl fast), playing guitar, writing and recording folk music. Recently, he has learned to appreciate a good vanilla slice.

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Brent Sweeney

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Brent is from Brisbane where he is an Associate Pastor at Bracken Ridge Baptist Church. His role includes providing leadership for people involved in local mission activity. Brent is married to Rachel and they have 2 boys Jackson and Harrison. In his spare time Brent enjoys cricket football and working on the house.

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Brenton Killeen

Brenton Killeen is currently the Director of Mustard Leadership Australia (a Melbourne based schools ministry organisation) and the Australian National Youth Ministry Convention. He is married to Jessica and is the proud father of Madi & Tamsin. He and his family have lived in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne (Vic) since 2004, having moved from Adelaide (SA) prior to that. On an average day Brenton drinks too much coffee and dreams about becoming a V8 Supercar driver. He enjoys equipping leaders to do better at building the Kingdom of God and challenging young people to follow Jesus with their life.

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Brett Gallagher

Brett Gallagher, with his wife Alison, is a Salvation Army Officer ministering in Port Macquarie and surrounds. They have three children, James, Caleb & Jacinta. Their role includes administering the corps (church), Welfare centres and Family Stores. His pasions are teaching, and leading people to find their God given gifts & abilities and using them for the Kingdom. Brett's hobbies involve sport of any kind, but especially the Port Pirates Ruby Union club, as well as computer games

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Brett Hartley

Brett Hartley is the Head of Senior School at Inaburra School, a Christian school in southern Sydney. Fundamentally, his role is to ensure that the high school runs well. This includes being the team leader of people responsible for curriculum and student welfare, as well as the leaders of academic faculties. Brett has previously worked in schools in western Sydney and in Bogota, Colombia. He is married to Kara (current Arrow 13 participant) and they enjoy being a part of St John’s Anglican Church in Sutherland. Brett enjoys reading current affairs, running on the beach and weight training.

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Brett Louise Woods

Brett Louise Woods serves as the Mercy and Justice Coordinator with City on a Hill West and is excited to see how the church can respond to the needs of Melbourne’s West. Brett currently works as a Lecturer and Teacher in the Youth Work, Community Development and Community Services Work courses at Victoria University and enjoys spending time learning from the diverse experiences of her students. With a background in law, international development and community mobilisation, Brett is a passionate advocate for access to justice, participatory and inclusive communities and human rights. Brett is currently completing postgraduate studies in Tertiary Education and has recently started a Graduate Diploma in Divinity at Ridley College. She is looking forward to being admitted to practice as an Australian lawyer later this year. She also loves learning languages, sharing life with newly arrived Australians and travelling.

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Brett McLachlan

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Brett McLachlan is married to Anne and they have two children Bella and Jeremiah. He is currently the pastor of Batemans Bay Baptist Church on the South Coast of NSW. He is passionate about the local church being effective in mission and discipleship. Brett's main hobby is Cross Fit.

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Brian Tung

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Brian Tung is the senior minister at Sydney Metro Christian Church Chatswood NSW. Brian was born a Muslim in Hong Kong. He is married to Jen and they have two children.

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Bridgette Verster

Bridgette Verster is married to Nico, a fellow South African and works as the head of the Finance team at World Vision Australia. She is very committed to the vision of the organisation: "Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness; Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so" and has a passion for serving. Bridgette is a step-mum to Kayla and is a mum to a very active 2 year old, Josh!

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Bronwyn Greive

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Bronwyn Greive is from Mayfield NSW where she works for Care & Communication Concern. She is married to Max and they have 4 children; Doyle Preston. Bede and Ayla. Her hobbies are painting designing sewing reading and bushwalking.

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Brooke Filipovski

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Brooke Filipovski serves as the Area Manager for Sydney with Young Life Australia a national non-profit and non-denominational incarnational youth ministry. Its mission is to introduce unreached young people to Jesus Christ through relationships with trained young adult mentors. Brooke's role is to recruit disciple and empower these young leaders to reach out to high schools in Ryde and Northern Sydney. She also models outreach by building relationships with students their parents staff at the schools and other community members. Brooke is married to Brendan and together they parent their two children.

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Cameron Griffiths

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Cameron Griffiths is a graduate from Sydney Missionary and Bible College and an Assistant Minister at St Johns Park Anglican Church. He is a newly wed married to Louise.

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Cameron Haig

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Cameron Haig is Youth Pastor at Croydon Hills Baptist Church. He is passionate about developing young people to utilise their gifts to impact those around them. Cameron is married to Katie and recent dad to Lachlan. He relaxes by playing basketball golf and supporting the Melbourne Storm.

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Camille Imberger

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Camille Imberger is married to Rob and is currently employed at St Johns Anglican Church in Diamond Creek as the Youth Minister. She is passionate about seeing youth come to know Jesus and see their lives transformed for God's glory. Camille has two pet goldfish and loves nothing better than a good chickflick and a good coffee!

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Carl Eckermann

Carl Eckermann is married to Kylie and together they have three beautiful young adult girls. Carl has a background of diverse experiences that has prepared him for his current role as Ministry Development Coordinator at a Lutheran Church in Rochedale, Qld., a role which has as broad a scope as the title might suggest. His primary task is helping others to understand God’s call for their lives and in their community and to support and encourage them in living out that call. He also loves spending time in the garden and following AFL.

Caroline Andrews

Caroline is currently ministering amongst students at Sydney University with the Evangelical Union. She is a Sydney girl born and bred; loves the beach, lives in Newtown and loves good coffee.

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Casey Lim

Casey Lim is the Director of Corporate Strategy at World Vision Australia based in Melbourne and has been there for the last eight years. He is married to Tracy Huang, has a daughter, Gabby, a Cocker Spaniel called Max, and a Beaglier named Axl. Casey loves his sports (armchair type) and is an avid supporter of the Pies, the Aussie cricket team, and the Spurs (English Premier League football). Casey loves his books and is trying his best to be more enthusiastic about gardening (unashamedly to earn brownie points from Tracy).

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Cate Tymko

Cate Tymko lives with her husband and 3 children Annabelle, Sophie and Eden-James in South Australia on their hobby farm. Cate works for Adelaide Christian Schools as the Regional Director of their Early Learning Centres, of which they have 3 across the state in Sunrise Christian Schools. Cate's passions include providing a secure, nurturing environment for children as they enter into their first experience of formal education while encouraging them to develop their identity in Christ. Her hobbies include cooking, reading, spending time with family and friends on their property and developing their land in the aim of becoming self sufficient.

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Cath Berryman

Cath Berryman has worked both in Financial Management and as a Pastor and is now enjoying a role as CMS Victoria's Chief Financial Officer which combines the two. In her work, Cath oversees the finances, HR and IT and is so thankful for her team as they grow in capacity, wisdom and resilience. She is married to Simon and they live right on the edge of the Yarra Valley in Melbourne’s outer east. Cath loves her home, and being surrounded by native trees and birds, spending time with family, excellent coffee and getting lost in a good book.

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Cath Tallack

Cath Tallack began pastoral ministry as the Children’s Pastor at Gateway Baptist Church in 2009. She now leads as the Generation’s Pastor overseeing kids, youth and young adults ministry as well as the central leadership development of the church. This includes an internship program, a mid-week equipping program and an emerging leaders and pastors school. Cath is passionate about seeing leaders developed and be given the opportunities to achieve the potential that God has placed with them. She is an avid reader on leadership and the Old Testament as well as good crime fiction. Cath is married to Michael and they are currently enjoying their child-free life. Cath is a graduate of Arrow 10 (2011/2012).

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Catherine Moore

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): CATH MOORE from SA is the Co-ordinator for Childrens and Youth Ministry at Coromandel Valley Uniting Church. Cath is married to Simon and they have four children Thomas Samuel Jacob and Sarah. She enjoys art and craft.

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Catherine Yeomans

Catherine has brought strong leadership and strategic oversight to Mission Australia since she was appointed as CEO in March 2014. She is values-driven, has a ‘hands on’ management style and is committed to bringing best practice to the not-for-profit sector. Prior to this role, Catherine was COO with responsibility for driving operational effectiveness, staff engagement and change management.
Catherine has worked at an executive level across the corporate sector, including Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis and Butterworths. Catherine is Chair and Director of Mission Providence, Director of Mission Australia Housing, Mission Australia Housing (Victoria), Mission Australia Early Learning, Many Rivers Microfinance Ltd and Working Links Employment Ltd UK.
She holds a Degree in Law and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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Cathie Staunton

Cathie Staunton is married to Andy and they live in Flemington in the inner west of Melbourne, where she is an active member of a Baptist community who is committed to engaging with the local neighbourhood. She also works for Global Interaction, Australia's Baptist Mission agency as a Young Adults Consultant, where she spends a lot of time drinking coffee with young people, hearing about what they think about global mission and dreaming about how we can share Jesus with least reached people groups in dynamic ways in the future. Cathie thrives on cross cultural interactions and learning from and experiencing other cultures. She is also excited by seeing people and communities empowered to follow Jesus in a way that works for them. Fresh air tinged with saltiness, eucalyptus or Indian traffic fumes makes her feel alive. Being able to cook for loved ones, strangers and even those who don't always appreciate what she serves, like her three children, Charlie, Ruby and Hugo, is a great way to look after herself and others.

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Ceri Stanley

Ceri Stanley is married to Damon and they have 4 children, Isaac, Brianna, Teagan and Hope, they also have a very spoiled German Shepherd, Holly. Ceri works at Tyndale Christian School Salisbury East, South Australia. She is the Director of Learning in the Junior School where she oversees the implementation of curriculum and the professional development of staff in the Junior School. Her favourite hobbies include spending time with her family, walking the dog and chilling on the couch watching soppy chick flicks.

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Charlene Delos Santos

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Charlene Delos Santos is married to Michael and they live in St Albans in the west side of Melbourne. Here they enjoy life by eating and drinking with people of different cultures. It was her heart for the area and young people that got her working as the Metro West Schools Coordinator and Assistant Schools Team Leader at Scripture Union Victoria. Charlene is passionate about partnering with churches to develop effective ministry into schools and loves investing in young leaders. She also aspires to be a latte artist and maybe one day open up a cafe and art space from her garage.

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Chee Seng Fah

Chee is the senior pastor of Clayton Church of Christ in Melbourne, Australia. He was born in Malaysia and his family migrated to Australia in 1988 and Clayton church has been his spiritual home ever since. Chee completed his degree in dentistry in Melbourne University where his met his wife, Wei Lyn. They married in 2004 and worked for many years in their chosen fields as a dentist and medical doctor.
6 months into their marriage at the age of 24, Chee was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, but contrary to medical expertise, he was healed by God. Following his recovery from cancer, the Lord called him into full time church ministry serving as a pastor in various ministries from prayer, worship, preaching/teaching, youth/young adults ministries, life groups, leading short term mission teams to India as well as creating an equipping school. In 2017 he began serving as the Senior Pastor at Clayton Church of Christ.
Chee was married to Wei Lyn and together had two children, Judah (7 years old) and Micah (4 years old). She was a medical general practitioner and had completed her Masters of Divinity at Melbourne School of Theology. Wei Lyn had passed away and went to the Lord from a sudden brain haemorrhage 15 months ago.
He has a keen interest in leadership and been part of the Lausanne Younger Leaders Gathering in 2016 and the L21 USA Tour with Christian Projects visiting megachurches in the US. Chee was part of Arrow 13 and served as a state co-ordinator for Arrow 17. He is a passionate believer in the local church and has a vision to build ‘whole of life’ disciples who integrate their faith and mission into their everyday life including their sphere of work. He enjoys travelling, reading, playing sports (basketball, golf), playing music and spending time with his family and friends.

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Cheryl Kistan

Cheryl Kistan and her husband Nesan are Salvation Army Officers in Ryde where she is the Corps Officer and Nesan is Multicultural Ministries Director. Cheryl and Nesan have a long history of ministry with refugees, migrants, and people from Muslim backgrounds. Cheryl is also the Employment Plus Chaplain and longs to see the nations gather to worship in an inclusive multicultural and multigenerational church. She also loves music and cycling. Cheryl and Nesan have 4 children, Joshua, Samuel, Micah and Faith.

Chris Beale

Chris Beale is from Western Australia where he is the founding Pastor of King's Way Baptist Church, Perth, a new church plant in one of Perth's burgeoning suburbs. Chris is married to Gwen and has 2 children, Jonathan and Melissa. Chris's hobbies are computing, gardening and music.

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Chris Bowditch

Chris Bowditch is the Senior Minister of St Aidans Lindisfarne. Chris moved to Tasmania when he was 10 and went to school and University in Hobart. In 2008, he left the Island state for Melbourne where he worked as a Youth Pastor for Holy Trinity Doncaster and studied his Masters of Divinity at Ridley Melbourne. During this time he met his wife Ellisa who is a is a trained PE Teacher. Chris and Ellisa love Tasmania and enjoy exercising together. They also enjoy watching a good TV show (nothing beats Survivor!), cooking food and seeing a good movie.

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Chris England

Chris England is married to Zara and has 4 children. He has just begun leading a church plant with Churches of Christ in a new and growing area on the Sunshine Coast. His passions revolves around discipleship - particularly in matters of spiritual difficulties many face throughout life. As well as equipping, encouraging and pushing for leaders to be developed and take on a role in the church and community.

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Chris Helm

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Chris Helm is 29 married to Sally and has a 2 year old Abby. He works at Box Forest College Glenroy as Chaplain. He plays drums and writes songs with Skipping Girl Vinegar.

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Christa Fung

Christa Fung, with her husband Ronnie are serving at Maylands Church of Christ in Perth, Western Australia. They have three beautiful children, Jayden, Makayla, and Zachary. Christa is currently very busy helping her three young children grow but is also the Children's Pastor at Maylands Church. Her role includes leading Maylands Toddler Jam, which means lots of singing, dancing, and socialising with 0-5 year olds and their families! Her passion is being involved with families and children as they come to a deep knowledge of Jesus and being an outreaching church to her community. Christa loves the beach, sunsets, reading, movies, and any competition!

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Christian Thompson

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Christian Thompson is from Victoria where he is territorial youth programme co-ordinator with the Salvation Army. He is married to Jenni and they have three children; Jasmine Joshua and Caleb. His hobbies include workshop creativity reading movies dining out with Jenni and family holidays.

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Christina Lim

Christina Lim works for Crossway LifeCare Ltd, a not-for-profit community service organisation, started by Crossway Baptist Church. Her current role is the Manager of LifeCare Services. Christina oversees all core services, which LifeCare provides to its clients and program participants. She has a Masters Degree in Counselling and is a clinical member of PACFA. Christina has provided counselling for more than ten years. Prior to joining Crossway LifeCare, She was involved in IT Management and holds a Masters Degree in IT.

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Christine Caine

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Chris Caryofyllis Caine is from New South Wales. Until recently she was Outreach Youth-worker with Hills District Youth Service. She has just become N.S.W State Coordinator for "youth Alive". Chris is married to Nick and her hobbies are reading sport and coffee shop crawls.

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Christine Hewitt

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Christine Hewitt is from Victoria where she is Consultant in Church Growth for the Salvation Army in Melbourne . Chris is single and her hobbies are music and church growth.

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Christine Wright

Major Christine Wright is Divisional Secretary and 2IC for the Tasmanian Division of The Salvation Army — Australia Southern Territory (TSAAST). She is responsible for the Business Administration, including property purchase and disposals and is also the State Fleet Manager. Christine has spent 18 years as an Officer within TSAAST, in Corps Ministry and as staff on The Salvation Army Officer Training College. She is married to Michael and they have adult twin girls. Christine enjoys reading, walking and travelling.

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Christopher Edwards

[ Bio Updated: 04-Jul-12 ]: Originally from South Australia Chris Edwards is currently the Mission Director Anglican Retirement Villages (ARV) in Sydney. Chris has just returned from 3 years as Chaplain of St Paul''s Anglican Church in Tervuren Brussels Belgium. Chris is married to Belinda and they have 2 children Nicole and Tim. He enjoys furniture restoration.

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Christopher Ong

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Chris has been working for Full Gospel Assembly (Melbourne) as their Children's and now Youth Pastor for almost 2 years. Chris spent his prior life working for 7 years as a Strategy Consultant - Kids love it when he puts up 2 x 2 matrices and talks about God's win-win quadrant. He's a complete tech head who loves macs and Disney and if you don't catch him in real life" You'll most likely catch him online!

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Claire Twivey

Claire Twivey is the Assistant Operations Manager of The Salvation Army’s Recovery Services which encompasses the organisation’s drug and alcohol treatment services in Queensland, NSW and the ACT. Claire lives in the Sutherland Shire, Sydney and attends Menai Salvation Army church. She is passionate about people coming into a relationship with Jesus and finding connection within the local church. Claire seeks to equip people to effectively respond to hardship and injustice in their local community, particularly how the local church can work to break down stigma of mental health issues (including substance use issues). Claire’s hobbies include travelling, playing music and spending time with family and friends.

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Clare Gageler

Clare Gageler is wife to Zac, mother to Judah and has worked at Riverview Church in Perth for the past 10 years. She is passionate about creating meaningful, vibrant and welcoming environments. At work, she does this as the Guest Services Co-ordinator, overseeing hundreds of volunteers who usher, concierge, park, give information, free drinks and first aid to the thousands who call Riverview their church. At home, she does this through DIY, baking and inviting friends over for a killer brunch.

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Clare Reeve

Clare, along with her husband Matt, has been a Salvation Army officer for 14 years. They have been in their current appointment as the Corps Officers at Citysalvos in Adelaide's CBD for eight years. Clare is passionate about helping people discover a faith and spirituality that is grounded in their everyday lives, and seeing people find their God-given shape and purpose. Clare loves buying books that she intends to read 'one day', taking photos, exploring new places with her family, planning holidays and op shopping. Clare and Matt have three lovely daughters - Sadie, Matisse and Darby.

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Clayton Fergie

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Clayton Fergie is from Northern Territory where he is Director of Scripture Union for the Territory and worships at Darwin Baptist Church. He is married to Lisa and has 5 children; Joshua. Hannah Bethany. Joel and Miriam. His hobbies are cycling exploring cleaning the pool and folding the clothes!

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Clayton Fopp

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Clayton is on staff at Holy Trinity Adelaide Hills a four year old church plant. He oversees the 6 PM gathering and the preparatory work for another new congregation. Clayton is married to Katherine.

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Clif McDonnell

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Clif McDonnell is from Queensland where he is Associate Minister at St Stephen's Anglican Church in Brisbane. Clif is married to Jenny and has 2 children; Hugh and Angus. Clif's hobbies are swimming and tennis.

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Clinton Berends

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Clinton Berends is the pastor of the South Barwon Christian Reformed Church in Geelong Victoria. He is married to Tracy and they have four children Tane Ky Kezia & Devi. Clinton and Tracy have been in Geelong since 2011 following time spent in Perth and Brisbane. Clinton is passionate about Biblical preaching leadership development and church planting. As a family they enjoy the beach and camping in his spare time he likes to potter in his aquaponic garden.

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Colin Craggs

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Colin is the Senior Pastor for ICOC (Inglewood Church of Christ). He is married to Carolyn and has a daughter called Kalila. Colin has a passion for motivating equipping encouraging and empowering Christians to be on fire for Jesus and for them to fulfil their God given purpose.

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Colin Mitchell

Colin Mitchell, with his wife Liesl, is Head of the Humanities/Social Sciences Faculty at Nowra Anglican College on the South Coast of NSW. They have three daughters Brianna, Georgie and Jemima. Colin teaches Geography, Commerce, Studies of Religion and Christian Studies across the entire High school. He is passionate about the mission of authentic christian witness to a largely non-believing student and parent community. He is a member of Nowra Baptist Church and loves leading a small bible study group mid week. Colin is deeply refreshed when fishing in the great outdoors in his pedal-powered Hobie kayak.

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Corey Turner

[ Bio Updated: 02-Dec-11 ]: Pastor and Founder of Activate Church. Preacher. Author. Bachelor of Ministry Tabor College. Husband and Father of 3. Fitness freak. Golfer. Bomber FC. UFC fan.

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Craig Broman

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Craig Broman is from Victoria where he is an Anglican Regional Youth Officer for AYM. Craig is married to Merle and has 2 children. Craig's hobby is restoring old furniture.

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Craig Corkill

Craig has served for over 13 years as the Senior Pastor of Narara Valley Baptist Church on the Central Coast of NSW. Prior to this, he planted a church in southwestern Sydney, and in that time also served as a chaplain in the Australian Army.

He is passionate about seeing churches reach their redemptive potential, and growing disciples who are desperate for God and passionate for people. Craig’s primary spiritual gifts are leadership, preaching, evangelism and wisdom.

Craig and Carolyn have been married for 23 years and they have 3 children. For recreation & fitness Craig enjoys water sports and engaging in boxing training.

He holds a Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Ministry, and Diploma in Theology, and was an Arrow graduate in 2006. He is currently undertaking a research doctorate developing an evidence-based approach to discipleship of new believers in Jesus.

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Craig Eccleston

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Craig Eccleston is married to Kylie and has two children Jack (6) and Ruby (4). He enjoys fishing and home renovating. Craig is passionate about preaching Gods word and developing emerging leaders. One day he would love to own a wooden yacht with round brass portholes.

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Craig Joppich

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Craig is the Director of Group Ministries for the St Martin's Lutheran Church in Mt Gambier South Australia. He is married to Taya and has a beautiful 9 month old daughter Brooke. Craig enjoys playing guitar getting active outside reading books and spending time with people.

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Craig Ogden

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Craig Ogden is assistant curate at St Columb's Anglican Church Hawthorn and a Director on the Board of CCES. He is married to Vanessa and they have four children.

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Craig Petty

[ Bio Updated: 27-Mar-13 ]: I am the small groups and missional life pastor at Stairway Church Whitehorse.

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Craig Spaulding

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Craig Spaulding is from Tasmania where he is pastor at Launceston Church of Christ. He is married to Joy and they have two children; Kara and Cameron. His hobbies include fishing and gardening.

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Craig Todd

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Craig Todd and his wife Donna have been Salvation Army officers since 1999. After nine years of leading a church since its birth they are now influencing future leaders for the Salvation Army in the Officer Recruitment Team. Craig is passionate about his children and seeing lives transformed. He says "to be able to do Arrow and be in the room with the calibre of Disciples that this Course brings is such a privilege".

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Craig Tucker

Craig Tucker is the Chief Information Officer within The Salvation Army — Australia Southern Territory (TSAAST). He is accountable for the provision of IT services and projects throughout the Territory. Craig is married to Katrina, with three fantastic daughters, Emily, Megan and Laura. He enjoys reading, learning, volunteering and travel.

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Dale Stephenson

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Dale Stephenson is from Victoria where he is senior pastor at Mornington Baptist Church. He is married to Edith and they have 4 children; Amy Ben Courtney and Brooke. His interest is surfing.

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Dale White

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Dale is Team Leader at Hume Street Church of Christ in Toowoomba overseeing a growing congregation of around 1000 people with 12 staff. Dale is an enthusiastic communicator passionate worship leader and musician. He is married to Wendy and has three children aged 811 and l3.

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Damien Wang

Damien is the Capital Campaign Manager at Crusaders. He is married to Grace. Damien was originally a corporate lawyer but was led by God to work for Crusaders because of the impact CRU Camps had on his life. He is passionate about seeing the Gospel transform people and enjoys almost every sport.

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Damien Whitington

Damien Whitington is the Middle School Chaplain at Barker College, an Anglican school on the north shore of Sydney. His role enables him to preach regularly, provide counsel to staff and students, and teach Christian Studies, Mathematics and PDHPE. He is passionate about making sense of Jesus to those in his care and enjoys equipping young people to make valuable contributions to God's good world. If you can't find him then this means Damien is surfing, but he also enjoys tennis, golf, rugby, and strumming away on his guitar.

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Dan Harbottle

[ Bio Updated: 01-Dec-11 ]: Dan currently serves as the Senior Pastor of Mount Barker Baptist Church in the Adelaide Hills and is passionate about the Kingdom of God and seeing the Church become a greater reflection of this.

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Dan Lyons

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Dan along with his wife Anita planted and are pastors of Warner Church a new church on the northside of Brisbane.

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Dan Saunders

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Dan Saunders is married to a wonderfully supportive wife Ali and together they have 2 boys Eden (5) and Sacha (2) with another child due in May 2010. Dan was a lawyer then a Youth/Young Adults Minister and is now AFES Campus Director at Monash University Caulfield Campus and Swinburne University Hawthorn. On campus he is committed to leading mission in culturally relevant ways to bring the never-changing gospel to new generations. He is passionate about missiology and drinking strong coffee and combines these by spending time in local cafes.

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Daniel Beasy

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Dan Beasy currently serves as Pastor of Worship and Community Life at Rostrevor Baptist Church Adelaide. He completed his Bachelor of Ministry at Tabor College Adelaide majoring in Biblical Studies. Dan is passionate about seeing people move from places of brokenness to wholeness in Jesus Christ and strengthening churches to embrace ministries that enable people to meet a healing Jesus. In 1997 he founded the Lifewell Conference to empower individuals and equip churches to respond holistically in restoring lives to Jesus Christ. Lifewell Conference continues to help people live well as Jesus intends today. Dan married his wife Ellen under the Moreton Bay figs in Adelaide's Botanic Park and enjoys walking their dog Ty. He also enjoys AFL and supports Carlton.

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Daniel Berris

Dan Berris is an Anglican Priest-in-Charge of The Lakes Anglican Church, a new church plant located in North Lakes, Brisbane. With his wife Kerry, and two sons Isaiah and Ethan, Dan is working with helping the church to explore diverse ways to love Jesus, serve others and glorify God. His passions are playing music, riding his motorbike, movie and pizza nights with his family, sharing meals with others and developing outreach ministries into local communities.

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Daniel Connor

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Daniel Connor is an Anglican minister who is very excited to be working alongside the people of St James Wyong. The road to full-time ministry began when Dan decided to follow Jesus at age 21 spent six years working as a Surveyor and finally took the plunge to study Theology at Sydney Missionary and Bible College (SMBC). He looks forward (with some trepidation) to what God is going to teach him through this Arrow experience. Please pray for him! Dan is married to Harriet and father to a very active toddler Simon.

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Daniel Cummings

Daniel Cummings, with his best friend and wife Stephanie, is the Marketing Director for the most excellent organisation Crusaders in Sydney, NSW. They have two of the cutest daughters known to man - Lucy Rose and Anna McLeod. Again, they are really cute. Just ask their dad. He currently works as a divisional head in Crusaders focusing on the Crusaders Brand, creating God honouring marketing campaigns and materials, and leading a small team to excel within their profession and giftings. His passions include helping others understand their Brand and seeing parachurch and church organisations achieve Brand foundations that increase their effectiveness for God's glory. His happy place is doing the weekend quiz with Steph, playing and watching basketball, wearing Jordans, surfing, design and seeing children come to know Jesus, whatever their context. His super happy place is sitting in the knowledge that he is saved in Jesus and made for His purpose. His super dooper happy place will be heaven.

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Daniel Dalton

Daniel Dalton and his wife Alison live on the Central Coast of NSW, and are expecting their first child in June 2017. Dan works with Baptist Youth Ministries NSW & ACT as the project manager, including management & development of their events, resource sharing, and networking platforms. His passions include combining good business practices and ministry initiatives, supporting youth and sharing the Gospel through relationships. Dan's hobbies include renovating, researching real estate trends, participating in various sports, reading and enjoying good coffee with friends and family.

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Daniel Holmes

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Danny Holmes is the Outreach Coordinator at New Peninsula (a Baptist church). He is married to Dominique (the Worship Coordinator) and they have two children.

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Daniel Hutchison

Dan Hutchison, with his wife Maria, is a Baptist Pastor in Tasmania. They have two daughters Skylah and Octavia. His role currently includes the discipleship in the church specifically with youth and young adults. His passions include guiding and leading individuals or corporately (all generations) to follow Jesus and respond to the great commission in their local contexts. Dan's hobbies mostly included hanging out with people, specifically in a futsal or bushwalking setting.

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Daniel Lee

Daniel is married to his beautiful wife, Charlene and has one daughter, Zara. He currently serves as Head of Middle School at St Andrews Christian College in Melbourne. Daniel is passionate about architecting effective systems and developing world-class, Christ-centred leaders. In his free time, Daniel enjoys reading, playing with his daughter and eating authentic Malaysian food.

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Daniel Ross

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Daniel Ross with his wife Amanda serve as Salvation Army Officers in the Australian Eastern Territory. They have four children Josiah Anna Elijah and Levi. They are currently appointed to Westlakes Community Church on the Western Shores of Lake Macquarie ministering primarily within the Public Housing Estates within the area. Daniel's passion is seeing people's lives transformed so that they can be everything that God intended them to be regardless of their background or life circumstances. Daniel loves playing soccer kayaking and camping.

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Daniela Vittor

Daniela is from NSW where she is the Marketing and Communications Officer with Baptist Financial Services Australia Ltd (BFS). Daniela enjoys the collaborative nature of BFS’ partnership with investors, churches and Christian ministry. She also greatly appreciates the opportunity to work through a financial organisation with the mission to resource, develop and enhance Christian ministry across Australia. Her interests include spending time with her family, reading, games evenings, catering for a crowd and travel.

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Danielle Bryant

Dani is the Children’s Pastor at Gateway Baptist Church. She is passionate about equipping and encouraging the next generation to courageously follow Jesus and enjoys investing in and empowering young leaders. Dani lives in Brisbane with her husband Richo and loves beach trips, dinner parties with friends and a good cup of coffee.

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Daron Crothers

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Daron Crothers is the worship prayer and missions minister at South Perth Church of Christ. He loves working in these three areas of the church and is passionate about doing his part in calling the whole earth to worship Christ. He is married to Mel and has two children Tayah and Joel. He loves playing hockey the sax and listening to jazz.

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Darren Kingston

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Darren Kingston has been in full time ministry for the past 18 years serving in the salvation Army as a youth pastor in Wollongong planting a youth congregation in Sydney serving the poor running a soup kitchen on the streets of Newcastle becoming a Salvation Army Officer and serving as an assistant pastor in Lake Macquarie and as a senior pastor of a church on the central coast of NSW. He is currently Senior Pastor and Hub Regional Leader of The Salvation Army in Far North Queensland based and responsible for public relations. Darren's passion is for evangelism and leading churches.

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Dave Shepherd

Dave Shepherd, with his wife Jo and three 3 beautiful children, Bailey, Mabel and Benji, lives in the Adelaide Hills. After completing his Bachelor of Medical Science, Dave continued to study, gaining a degree in Education. He spent the next 10 years of his life working in this field as a Teacher, Coach, Pastor and Coordinator, before taking up the position of Campus Pastor at Aldgate Baptist Church in 2016. Dave is a highly sought after communicator, speaking at camps, conferences and seminars across the country. Dave is one of the key leaders in the Ignite Ministries movement and he is passionate about communicating the life changing truths of the gospel in engaging relevant ways. Dave is an avid sportsman, who enjoys all sports, as well as maintaining a passion for personal fitness development.

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Dave Standen

Dave Standen is a Campus Pastor at Kingsway Community Church in Caringbah located by the beaches of southern Sydney. He is married to Elise, and they have three kids Rocky, Poppy and Banjo. His role involves pastoring Kingsway's young adult community, overseeing church communications and developing volunteers for ministry. He is passionate about preaching, strategising, story-telling, writing and mobilising people for Kingdom mission. Outside of ministry responsibilities you will find Dave fishing, surfing or kicking around the beach with his family.

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David Browne

David Browne is an Anglican Minister in Dalby, Queensland. He is married to Zoë, who is School Chaplain at Toowoomba Anglican School, and together they have two sons: Micah and Jude. David works as the Priest in Charge of St John's-Dalby and St Margaret's-Cecil Plains. David is passionate about encouraging people to know Jesus more and building the Kingdom of God on the Western Downs. David likes to go on walks with his family and their dogs and enjoys swimming and playing rugby for the Dalby Wheatmen!

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David Collinson

David Collinson, with his wife Kylie, is a Salvation Army Officer in the Australian Southern Territory. They have two sons Noah and Josiah. He currently oversees the work at Ingle Farm, South Australia which includes three congregations, many and varied community activities, as well as government funded youth homelessness programs across the state. His passions include organisational innovation and seeing the kingdom grow through community engagement. David's hobbies are wide and varied but include music, jogging, basketball and AFL.

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David Eyles

My wife Angela and I have been Salvation Army officers for 24 years in The Australian Eastern Territory. We have just celebrated 35 years of Marriage and we have three grown up children who are spread out across the Eastern side of Australia. I am currently 2IC for the Territorial Support Services - Property Team (37) mainly focused on Policy and Proceedures for Realestate, Capital Works and Maintenance. I am keen to see how Arrow Executive can help me to bring together Spiritual Formation and Secular Leadership training so that I may be a more spiritually led Leader. In my free time I enjoy four wheel driving, camping and Motorcycle Riding with friends and my son, as well as good cafe's and walks with my wife.

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David Fuller

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): David Fuller is from Victoria where he is a Schools & Youth Evangelist with Care & Communication Concern in Melbourne. David is married to Deborah .. David's hobbies are the dog keeping fit Aussie Rules motor-bikes.

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David Hastie

David Hastie is Education Strategist for the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation, following an 18 year stint as a teacher and education leader in four different independent schools around urban and rural NSW. He lives in the Blue Mountains with his wife Megan (head of Teaching and Learning at St Paul's Grammar School) and their three sons. David loves reading history, reading novels, DIY, fishing, collecting stuff from garage sales, and family country road trips. He is passionate about the theory and practice of Christian Education, and its transformative power in Australian society.

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David Hockey

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): David Hockey is the Chaplain at Pine Rivers State High School near Brisbane. He and his wife Rebecca have three daughters - Miah Victoria and Saasha with another babe due in March 07.

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David Huynh

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): David Huynh is the senior minister of St Mary's Anglican Church South Camberwell and the Chairman of Connect Ministry. He is involved in revitalizing a parish and raising leaders in ethnic churches in Melbourne. His vision is for an evangelical church which is multicultural multilingual and multigenerational. David is married to Kylie and they have three beautiful children Maddie Liam and Petey. He enjoys hide-and-seek (with the kids) coffee & cake (with Kylie) movies and overseas travel.

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David Maxwell

Dave Maxwell is married to Debbie and they live with their daughter in Traralgon. Currently Dave serves with ESA Country Ministries running camps in various locations around the state, and equipping local churches in evangelism and discipleship. Dave loves to encourage and create opportunities for people to minister to others and see Jesus made known. Dave loves sport, and the outdoors.

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David McDonald

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): David McDonald is from the ACT and is the senior pastor at Crossroads Christian Church and is on the senior staff of A.F.E.S. He is married to Fiona and they have three children; Luke Matthew and Grace. His hobbies include golf beach and rock fishing and movies.

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David McKinless

David McKinless BA Hons, Grad Dip, MA Econ, MMgt David joined the Chief Executive’s Office at Mission Australia as Strategic Consultant to the CEO in 2007. David provides support for the Executive Team and the MA Board on strategic management, organisational strategy, strategic business opportunities and major organisational change initiatives across all Divisions and Business Units. David has held senior management positions in both the public and corporate sectors in the UK, NZ and Australia including the Brisbane City Council and the Ingeus group of companies. David holds master’s degrees in economics and in public policy and management and post graduate qualification in organisational development.

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David O'Hare

David O’Hare is married to Joanne and together they have three delightful children: Ryan, Ben and Imogen. He is currently the Executive Minister at St Paul’s Castle Hill in northwest Sydney, where he oversees the finance, administration, IT, HR, property and communications functions together with Men’s Ministries. Previously he held a variety of senior executive management roles within FMCG and renewable energy sector. Aside from his involvement with SPCH, he is a keen sportsman who loves coaching and developing young sportsmen/women.

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David Thompson

Dave Thompson lives in Botany, Sydney with his wife, Sarah and children, Jock and Eve. It's his privilege to serve the saints and the community in Botany as one of the pastors at Mascot Christian Fellowship. He loves being part of a community that is passionate about following Christ and working together to lead others to him. Coffee and running are some of God's good gifts Dave enjoys in his downtime.

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David Underhill

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): David Underhill is from Queensland and works with Scripture Union in co-ordinating roles in mission training and development and is involved at Bracken Ridge Baptist Church. He is married to Cathy and they have one child Joshua. He enjoys running reading and surfing.

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David Wright

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): David is an Associate Pastor at Holy Trinity Adelaide SA. He is married to Jacqui and they have Andrew Hannah with No 3 due in March 2003. He loves most sports as a way of switching off.

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David Yates

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): David Yates is married to Tash. They have two children and live on a small acreage outside Canberra. David is currently the Director of Strategic Development at the Australian Christian Lobby and enjoys reading playing guitar and chopping firewood for the cold Canberra winters.

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Dawn Penney

Dawn Penney - GM of People in Culture; Executive Assistant to CEO at ACCESS ministries and Pastoral Care Minister for seniors at One Community Church. Passionate about 'making a difference' in business, ministry and peoples lives. Emigrated from UK in 2000 with husband Frank and daughter Hannah-Victoria. Foster parents with Anglicare, Girl Guide Leader and involved with Big Brother, Big Sister program. Loves reading, singing, running and spending time with family and friends. Loves a challenge and will try anything given the opportunity.

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De Brine

De is the Programs Manager at Encounter Youth in Adelaide. Her role has a focus on leading and developing their team of Project & Volunteer Managers to successfully manage and deliver all of Encounter Youth's volunteer programs. She feels honoured to be part of a team working together to positively impact the young people of South Australia. She is married to James, and loves spending her free time cooking up a storm, drinking good coffee, cheering on the Power at the footy or going for a cheeky skate.

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Dean Groetzinger

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Dean Groetzinger is originally from the United States and has been living in Perth since 2004. He graduated from Huntington University with a BA in Oral Communication and completed a Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary. While at ATS he worked for Global Leadership Inc. an organization committed to developing Christian leaders around the world. He joined the staff of Subiaco Church of Christ in 2004 where he continues to minister as Associate Pastor of youth and young adults. Dean has been married to Lisa since 2002 and enjoys tennis.

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Deb Magill

Deb Magill works at Roseville College, an independent Anglican girls school on Sydney's North Shore. Her current role is Principal. Deb is married to John French and they have two children, Adelaide and Hamish. They live in Willoughby in Sydney. Deb is passionate about learning; the learning of students, the professional growth and development of teachers and, for herself, learning how to serve God better and lead others in a way that is honouring to Him. Deb loves reading, research and travel with her family. She is a member of Naremburn Cammeray Anglican Church.

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Debra Hirsch

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Debra Hirsch is from Victoria where she is a Pastor at Sth Melbourne Restoration Community (Church of Christ) and Director of Exodus a ministry to people with sexual identity problems. Debra is married to Alan. Debra's hobbies are reading and walking.

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Derek Linsell

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Derek Linsell is from Victoria where he is a church planter and Commanding Officer at Cranbourne Salvation Army. Derek is married to Brenda. Derek's hobbies are reading. gym squash watching football.

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Diana Morgan

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Diana Morgan is from NSW where she is an associate minister at St Barnabas Anglican Church at Broadway. She is single and enjoys swimming camping fishing and reading.

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Diane Hobbs

Diane Hobbs, with her husband Peter, is a commissioned Salvation Army Officer on the Bellarine Peninsula. Previously Diane was an emergency nurse and the youngest clinical nurse educator in Australia. She is a hard-working, passionate Christ follower who strives to live a holy life, living out the mission of Christ. Diane is passionate about organic churches and seeing the church multiply and expand. She has a daughter Ella, and a son James, who both love life and the beach.

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Dominique Holmes

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Dominique Holmes is on staff at NewPeninsula church on the Mornington Peninsula where she oversees Worship and Creative Arts for the whole church and leads the Rosebud Site with her husband Danny. They have two gorgeous boys Matthew (10) and Jacob (7). Dominique loves to sing and has a heart for seeing people's lives transformed as they connect more closely with God.

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Don Reddin

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Don Reddin is married to Rebekah and is Associate Pastor at Edwardstown Baptist church where he focuses on creative ministries and youth. Don serves on the boards of Lifehouse Australia and Youth Alive SA and hosts the international youth radio show 'The Reality Zone'.

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Donna Graham

Donna Graham is the Kids and Youth Pastor at Gateway Baptist Church at Ormeau in Queensland. Donna loves to see kids and youth come to know God and grow in their relationship with Him. She is a great kids communicator and loves making the Bible engaging for young people. Donna loves investing in young leaders as they invest in the next generation. She enjoys travelling and spending time catching up with friends.

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Donna Savill

Donna Savill leads the Church Engagement Team for Churches of Christ in Queensland and is passionate about developing leaders, engaging with churches, and seeing God transform lives. She is married to Bryce who is Executive Pastor at Southport Church of Christ and their biggest leadership challenge and joy is raising their two teenagers, Hannah and Josh. Donna enjoys adventuring with the family and mountaintop retreats, and with her camera in hand is still chasing that elusive shot of a soaring eagle.

Donna is an Arrow 15 (2015/2016) leader.

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Donna Todd

Major Donna Todd with her husband, Craig, is a Salvation Army Officer in Queensland in the Australian Eastern Territory. They have three daughters, Emily, Vienna, Chloe and a son, Bailey. She currently serves as a church leader of the North Brisbane Salvos church and in this ministry context enjoys planning services and preaching series, strategically setting the direction of the church as well as growing other leaders. She loves to explore and travel and is very comfortable with a good book, cup of tea and chocolate.

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Drew Mellor

[ Bio Updated: 23-Feb-12 ]: Drew is currently Senior Pastor at Glen Waverley Anglican Church (GWAC). Together with Maz they continue (in appropriate ways) to parent four adult children and enjoy times spent with their two grandchildren.

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Duncan Brown

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Duncan Brown is the State Director of SU Queensland an interdenominational movement employing 150 staff including 120 chaplains in state schools. Duncan enjoys most outdoor and sporting pursuits and spending time with family and friends. Duncan is married to Tricia and they have a new daughter Emily.

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Dusk Liney

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Dusk Liney is the Director for SURRENDER Australia which explores Jesus' radical call to the margins engaging and inspiring a new generation of Christians to personally encounter Christ amongst the poor. She lives in Footscray with her husband Ben where together they seek to be neighbours in their community. Dusk is passionate about seeing the Kingdom of Heaven here on earth - in her neighbourhood across Australia and around the world.

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Earle Ivers

Earle Ivers, with his wife Christine, are officers of The Salvation Army in the Australia Eastern Territory. Earle is currently appointed as the Divisional Commander in North NSW. His dearly loved family includes Matthew (married to Kerryn), Timothy (married to Louise) and Rachel (married to Benjamin). He delights in his three little grandchildren, Noah, Hamish and Peyton. Earle is passionate about vibrant church life and this finds expression in engaging worship, effective communication and transformational leadership. Earle is an accomplished musician and in his private world he loves to spend time on wood-working projects and is attempting to master wood-turning. He can also be found on his kayak looking for the one that got away!

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Ed Springer

In April 2015, Ed Springer became a Youth Advisor and Trainer for Anglican Youthworks in Sydney. Before this new adventure, he served as a Pastor at the Point Community Church Port Macquarie overseeing worship, discipleship and next generation ministries. He is married to Gillian and they have three children; Joel, Merryn and Callum. His new role releases him to encourage and equip youth ministers and groups across Sydney and invest in trainees through Youthworks College. His passions include ministry training both individually and corporately, Bible teaching, and corporate gatherings. Ed enjoys all forms of sport, music, family adventures, reading biographies and interesting coffee.

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Edward Devine

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ed Devine is Associate Pastor of Youth and Young Adults at Lake Joondalup Baptist Church. Having completed high school at Lake Joondalup Baptist College in 2003 he then studied a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design. After graduating in 2007 Ed worked in the print and design industry. He was led to take the role of Youth Pastor at LJ Baptist Church in 2008. Ed's passion is leading students in nearness to Christ through preaching the Word of God training our future leaders and directing the many ministries and programs of the Youth Department. He is happily married to Nelly and they enjoy the beach playing music and traveling together.

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Edward Vaughan

Edward is currently the rector of St John’s Anglican Church in Darlinghurst in Sydney, where he started serving in 2011. Ed is married to Jane, and they have three children – Christopher (aka Darcy- don’t ask!), Georgia and Chloe. Darcy is married to Pip, and in 2015 Ed became Grandfather to a gorgeous girl called Frances.
Ed was previously the minister in a church in Dublin, Ireland for six years. He has been involved with Arrow in lots of different roles since he was an Arrow participant himself (in Program 2!). Recently, he has developed an interest in coaching younger leaders, which he does through the City to City network, and also as an Arrow Coach.
Ed enjoys watching Australia beat other countries at just about any sport, but especially Rugby (sigh). He has taken up playing the piano in the last couple of years. He likes running (slowly), reading (just about anything), and avoiding DIY tasks around the house (very successfully).
Ed is an Arrow 2 (1997/1998) leader.

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Ellen Beasy

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ellen Beasy is the South Australian Chaplain for Mission Australia. She is passionate about Mission Australia's work with (and on behalf of) disadvantaged Australians and it is her privilege to provide pastoral support to their dedicated staff. She is married to Dan who is a pastor at Rostrevor Baptist Church and they enjoy fellowshipping with and serving their local community in tangible ways through Sunday services Search for Life groups and getting to know people over good food. Ellen's hobbies include studying health and nutrition and dreaming about going overseas to eat croissants in France and Swiss chocolate in Switzerland. She loves her family and the opportunity to make new friends and is passionate about encouraging people to live boldly in their identity as loved ones of God and to seek to do life well with whatever God gives them.

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Elliot Keane

Elliot Keane, with his wife Sarah, is Lead Pastor at Richmond Baptist Church in Adelaide, South Australia. They have three children, Aarian, Ronin and Torin. Since 2011 Elliot has led Richmond from almost closing its doors to being a sustainable and vibrant family church in the inner West of Adelaide. Elliot also works with churches across his state in his role as the Leadership Development Facilitator for Baptist Churches of SA. His passions include community engagement, equipping God's people for Kingdom work and pointing people to King Jesus. Elliot's hobbies include hiking, going on adventures with his kids and taking Sarah out on dates.

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Emily Drough

Emily Drough is wife to Tim and mum to Elijah. Based in Newcastle,she currently works in HR at Compassion Australia partnering with people managers to equip and develop their teams in order to fulfill the mission of releasing children from poverty in Jesus' name. She loves the local church and is an active part of the leadership community at Mayfield Church of Christ where husband Tim is the Senior Pastor. Emily is passionate about Jesus, justice and seeing lives transformed. For leisure she enjoys reading, music and spending quality time with family and friends.

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Emily Ellis

Emily was born and raised in North East Victoria where she was first called into ministry. She recently moved to Brisbane and started a new role as Children's Pastor at Riverlife Baptist Church. Em loves getting to know people and places. She enjoys travelling and soaking up knowledge and wisdom from new people and different experiences. She also loves good books and movies but really loves live musicals.

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Emily Lancaster

Emily serves as the Connections Coordinator at City on a Hill: Melbourne, which means that she has the joy of meeting all the newcomers that seek be connected in with the church. One of her biggest passions in ministry is helping people feel at home and safe in the church, as a place to Know Jesus, and feel confident to go out and Make Jesus Known. Emily graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, so when she has time to pour into a hobby there will always be lots of paper, pens and markers close by. She also has 80% of her family living overseas, so getting to travel is a huge part of her life too!

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Emily Seinemeier

Em Seinemeier is the Pastor for Women, Children and Families at Cornerstone Church in Busselton WA. Her heart is for the local church to thrive as a place of purpose, growth, creativity, diversity … and LIFE! She loves: great questions, that ideas are powerful, fantastic coffee and all things leadership. Despite pastoring alongside her husband Nathan, they still love each other, and time spent together with their four great and crazy kids is precious!

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Erica Hamence

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Erica Hamence is the Young Adults Ministry Director at St. Hilary's Anglican Church in Kew/North Balwyn. She loves talking to people about Jesus and training up young adults to do the same. One day Erica hopes to do this in student ministry in Central or South America where the food is amazing and the people love hugs.

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Erica Jones

Erica Jones, serves as Area Officer in the Northern Territory. She also serves in the role of NT Emergency Services Coordinator. Erica, along with her husband Peter, have been ministering within The Salvation Army for over 10yrs. The have four children, Tia, MIchellie, Rhys and Maddison. She is passionate about helping youth and young adults reaching their God given potential and finding a new sense of hope. Erica's hobbies include study, spending time with family, and appreciating the amazing and diverse landscapes that the NT has to offer.

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Ernest Chiang

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ernest Chiang is married to Carmen and is Youth Pastor at Christ Evangelical Church of Australia. He was born in Hong Kong and came to Australia at age nine. His Chinese-Australian background allows him to minister to both first and second- generation migrants from Asian countries. In his spare time Ernest likes to read Manga play board games and dabble in magic (the David Copperfield kind not the Harry Potter kind).

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Eugene Hor

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Eugene is the English Minister at Burwood Chinese Presbyterian Church pastoring their Australian Born Chinese congregation. Eugene is married to Pauline and they have a 2 year old son Joshua. In his free time Eugene enjoys seafood espresso coffee reading and building wooden toys for Joshua.

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Eugene Wong

Eugene Wong loves food, genuine connections with people, beauty and God - not necessarily in that order. He believes that healthy relationships and community are at the very core of the gospel. With this in mind, he uses community development principles to inspire and empower people to change the world using their unique passions and giftings.

He heads up Candlelight Productions, a missional arts organisation based in Melbourne. Candlelight uses process-driven performance arts and events to build community and shape culture. Eugene also consults and teaches on community engagement, event management and stagecraft across Australia. He is passionate about equipping the church to engage with the rest of the world in a culturally appropriate and savvy manner.

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Evan Englezos

Evan Englezos is the Music Minister for St Hilary's Anglican Church network in Victoria. Evan is married to Jo and they have a son, Jeremiah, and twin girls, Evie and Phoebe. Evan manages the music teams across the St Hilary's network's three sites and is also the Web and Communications Assistant. Web developing has paid the bills for many years and he is exploring how he can extend his expertise in this field to serve the greater church. When Evan is not wearing his Minister or Dad hats, he enjoys travelling, creating new music and putting on house concerts with friends.

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Fiona Jones

Fiona Jones, along with husband Chris, attend True North Church in Western Australia, and they have two children, Owen & Sophie. She currently works mostly in Administration, but is also in leadership in both the Creative & Community Care ministries of the church. She is passionate about seeing people unlock their potential and grow in their relationships with God, loves to worship through music, both personally and leading others in a corporate setting, and strives to make organisational structure in church relational, especially for new believers. To relax, Fiona can often be found curled up on the couch with a good book, or in the kitchen experimenting with items she's found in her pantry!

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Fiona Preston

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Fiona Preston is the Church Engagement Co-ordinator for Alpha Australia; Alpha is an opportunity for anyone to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed setting. She is passionate about people and seeing churches engage their community with the life-changing news of Jesus. Fiona is married to Nigel; they live in Melbourne love good food and coffee and enjoy cycling along the Yarra.

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Fiona Smartt

Fiona Smartt had the joy of being born into a Christian family and has followed Jesus for as long as she can remember. She is currently working at Christ Church Inner West — an Anglican church in Sydney. Fiona loves serving as the Evening Congregation Pastor in a growing and diverse congregation that includes high schoolers, young adults and internationals. She is passionate about seeing people grow as God's children full of zeal for Him. Fiona has been married to Ryan since 2004 and they love living in Ashfield and regularly going out for dumplings.

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Franca Sala Tenna

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Franca Sala Tenna is from Western Australia where she is a freelance Evangelist. She is also a lawyer with a concern for advocacy among young people. She attends St Barnabas Anglican Church in Perth. Franca is single and her hobbies are spending time with family and friends cooking talking laughing loving and caring.

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Garry Bennetts

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Gary Bennetts is Assistant Minister of the Lower Blue Mountains Anglican Parish. He is married to Deb and they have four children between the ages of one and seven.

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Gary Hill

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Gary Hill is from NSW and is Executive Director of the Crusader Union of Australia. He is married to Margaret and they have 3 children Matthew Simon and Tim. He enjoys the family watching football coaching schoolboy teams in rugby and soccer.

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Gavin Jones

[ Bio Updated: 16-Dec-11 ]: Gavin is the state youth minister of the Churches of Christ in SA and NT. He is married to Bec and has three kids Ava and Eli and Piper . In his role Gavin supports resources and equips the youth ministries of the Churches of Christ.

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Gavin Osborne

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Gavin Osborne is married to Alison with two young kids Nick and Olivia. In mid 2009 Gavin and his family moved to Bairnsdale in regional Victoria to lead Scripture Union's school camping ministries at Coolamatong. Gavin is excited about seeing his team engage with campers in relational evangelism.

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Gavin Ward

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): GAVIN WARD from Victoria is the Assistant Minister at ST Johns Diamond Creek. Gavin is married to Vicki and they have two children Emily and Graeme. He enjoys sport participating and watching and bush walking.

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Geoff Folland

[ Bio Updated: 01-Dec-11 ]: Geoff is the NSW State Coordinator for Student Life. He serves on the national leadership teams for Student Life and CCCA. He is also on the board for AFCI and facilitates SHIFT.

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Geoff Snook

[ Bio Updated: 05-Oct-12 ]: Geoff is married to Laura and they have three children; Isaac Zara and Lucy. They live in the beautiful city of Cairns where Geoff is Generations Pastor at The Lakes Church. They love drinking coffee and watching TV series on DVD.

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Geoffrey Westlake

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Geoffrey Westlake is from Western Australia where he works with OAC Ministries as an evangelist. He is single and enjoys Australian Rules Football as a player as well as a spectator.

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George Hemmings

George Hemmings is an Anglican Priest, serving in Melbourne. He is married to Sarah and together they have three boys, Micah and Joshua (twins) and Jacob. He is passionate about serving and growing the church through outreach to young families, and growing and developing youth and young adults. His heroes include George Herbert, an Anglican priest and poet from the 18th century (George hopes to last longer in ministry than Herbert did). His hobbies include reading, watching procedural crime dramas with his wife, and playing with kids.

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Glen Powell

[ Bio Updated: 02-Dec-11 ]: Glen is a Community Organiser with the Sydney Alliance - a coalition of churches unions & community organisations. Before this he worked with the NSW Uniting Church as a Mission Consultant; before that he organised the Black Stump Festival from 1997-9.

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Glen Spencer

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Glen is a pastor at Bayside Community church in Sydney where aspects of his ministry include worship small groups and mentoring. Glen also has a strong sense of call to continue to cultivate the song writing side of his ministry. He and his wife have four beautiful children Jonathan Benjamin Madelyn and Caitlin.

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Glenn Bujis

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Glenn has been married to Noelene for 10 years and they have four children. Edward is 8 Ashton 6 Bethany 5 and James 2. He is currently the Vicar of Brimbank Anglican Church and a part time Army Reserve Chaplain. He has been actively involved in Independent Christian Schools and was on the Board of Overnewton Anglican Community College for 5 years. He studied Theology at Ridley College directly after leaving High School and later completed an MA in Theology at Ridley. He enjoys reading and most sports though rarely finds the time to indulge himself in much of either these days.

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Glenn Townend

[ Bio Updated: 22-Oct-12 ]: I am the President of the Western Australian Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Leading the church to become a movement again and God has started over 70 new churches/groups in the last 7 years.

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Glenn Wilkins

Glenn works at Thomas Hassall Anglican College, an independent Anglican co-educational school in Sydney's South West. His current role is the Deputy Head of Senior School. Glenn is married to Naomi and they have two daughters, Rebekah and Hannah. They live in Castle Hill in Sydney's North West. Glenn is passionate about Christian Education and its capacity to reach children and families for Christ. He attends St Pauls Castle Hill and his other interests include reading, travelling and playing a round of golf.

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Glory Puljak

Glory Puljak with her husband John have two children Kristina and Jamie. Glory is currently working for the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation where she is a Learning Technologies Consultant. She enjoys meeting new people within schools and the organisation and thrives on helping others grow and build confidence. Glory’s passion lies in technology and meeting the needs of 21st Century learners. Her hobbies include photography, learning, swimming and the outdoors. Keeping fit is a huge part of her life.

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Glyn Henman

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): GLYN HENMAN from NSW is the National Director of Amicus Young Life Australia. Glyn is married to Anne and enjoys bike riding.

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Goma Conlon

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Goma Conlon is married to Denise and has a daughter Alinta. He is currently serving with Australian Indigenous Ministries at Inala as pastor. His ministry is to Aboriginal peoples in the south west of Brisbane. The ministry also involves working with other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander churches/denominations across Brisbane. His passion is to see indigenous people come to a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ and be strengthened in leadership for the enhancement of community development.

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Graeme Mawson

[ Bio Updated: 24-Dec-11 ]: Graeme Mawson is a Salvation Army Officer and has served as the Corps Officer in Healesville and previously as a regional youth and children's worker. In 2012 he starts a new role with The Salvation Army South Barwon in Geelong Victoria.

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Graham Clarke

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Graham's current role is as Church Team Leader at Cornerstone AOG in Brisbane. He is serious about playing a part in a Church that takes the gospel to all corners of society growing young leaders and developing a consistent outswinger. Wife Christy and son Jonah (6 months) waiver between admiring and tolerating him on a daily basis.

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Grant Heslop

Grant Heslop is on the pastoral team of Padstow Baptist Community Church. He is also the Manager of Community Care, a community ministry of the church. He is married to Wendy and has two children Isaac and Sarah. Grant's passion is to see the church develop and grow leaders that transform their local communities and introduce them to the extravagant love of Jesus. He enjoys developing and supporting staff and volunteers of Community Care as they provide services and support for vulnerable people. Grant also leads teams on short-term mission trips to India to experience ministry alongside the church's mission partners. Grant loves cricket (whether watching or playing), fishing and enjoys anything outdoors with family or friends.

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Greg Attwells

Greg Attwells serves as Creative Pastor at Discovery Church, a Church of Christ in Mount Evelyn. He oversees worship, communications, environments, broadcast, publishing and events. Alongside his career in the digital sector, Greg has been serving local churches in worship ministry for more than 10 years. He has released three solo worship albums and is currently working his way through a Masters in Spiritual Leadership. Greg is passionate about leading creative people to build what God has in His heart, to build what He is building, a resourcing creative movement that builds the House of God. Greg is married to Penny and they have a daughter, Sophie.

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Greg Harris

[ Bio Updated: 01-Dec-11 ]: Rector/Senior Minister of South East Bendigo Anglican Parish Archdeacon of Bendigo.

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Greg Peirce

Greg Peirce is the Children's and Youth Pastor at North Pine Baptist Church in Brisbane's northern suburbs. He is married to Rachael and they have three children - Esther, Scarlett and Asher. Greg oversees the Children’s and Youth Ministries at North Pine, including Sunday School, Friday night Youth Groups and various Bible studies. Greg is passionate about children and young people getting an opportunity to hear the message of Jesus and grow in their relationship with God. Greg enjoys going on holidays with his family as well as watching and playing sport.

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Greg Smith

Greg Smith is married to Nicole and has two sons, Liam and Ethan. He currently works at Shire Christian School as the Head of the Secondary School. He and his family live in southern Sydney, close to the Australian bush. Greg loves to see people grow and develop, including teachers, leaders and students. He has many interests including soccer, learning new things and most water sports.

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Guy Mason

[ Bio Updated: 16-Jan-12 ]: Guy Mason is the pastor of City on a Hill " a church planted with a small team and a big vision to see Melbourne renewed with the gospel of Jesus. He loves his beautiful wife Vanessa and being the father to three super-cute children.

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Hadyn Bernau

Hadyn Bernau is married to Michelle with two sons - Julian and Paul. Hadyn runs a small financial strategy consulting company called coBERN in Melbourne, whose purpose is to 'put jet engines on causes' - the cause or mission of organisations and individuals. His passion is seeing cause outcomes and cause investment that do justice to their place in our hearts. Hadyn loves spending time with his family, playing tennis and learning new things - with his current pet topic being measuring and improving relationships.

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Hamish Erskine

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Hamish Erskine is husband to Ros father to Toby and has another boy on the way. He is an Anglican minister currently serving as Youth Pastor at St. James in Ivanhoe and as Pastor of a church plant in the north end of the parish Heidelberg West. He thrives in crisis and gets itchy feet when things have been static too long. Hamish loves technology and on the side does web development and runs a little web-hosting company. He also loves to fix commercial coffee machines which he picks up cheap on eBay. Ultimately he wants to combine his love of ministry technology and coffee.

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Hannah Belesky

Hannah Belesky is married to Stephen and they have three children Felicity, Eli and Gabrielle. She currently works as the program coordinator for CatholicCare Social Services in TOOWOOMBA, helping former refugees and migrants to settle in Australia. She is passionate about supporting people through challenges and vulnerable times in their life, offering hope and faith. She enjoys time with family and friends, learning or relaxing watching a good British mystery.

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Hannah Craven

Hannah Craven is an Anglican minister, serving as Assistant Curate and Children and Families minister at St. Michael’s - a church on the fringe of Melbourne’s city - working with families and parents in the local community. Hannah is married to Tom, an economist and policy officer in the Victorian Public service. Together they have two children, Liam and Amber. Hannah is a passionate feminist, an advocate for gender justice, and for the full inclusion of women in all areas of church and society. She enjoys reading philosophy, feminist theory and theology, and especially a good novel.

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Heather Cetrangolo

[ Bio Updated: 13-Mar-12 ]: Heather is an Anglican Minister working in a new parish partnership between St Catharine's South Caulfield St Mary's Caulfield and St Clement's Elsternwick. She is proud to work on a team with Adam her best friend and husband who is also ordained.

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Heather Gant

Heather Gant works with Young Life Australia and is based in Bathurst, NSW. She is the Central West regional manager and her role includes overseeing and developing Young Life in Bathurst, Dubbo and Warren; recruiting and training volunteers; and helping new communities in the Central West think through what Young Life could look like in their community. Her passions include seeing rural and remote communities impacted by the Gospel; seeing leaders develop into viewing ministry as a lifestyle as a result of their own personal walks with Jesus overflowing; and being part of healthy and vibrant community. Heather's hobbies change regularly, however, the three constants are traveling, being with friends and returning to the family farm.

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Helen Hall

Helen Hall is the wife of James Hall, the Rector of Nambour Anglican Parish and they have four children, Matthew, Isaac, Joanna, and Timothy. Helen supports James in his leadership of the church and coordinates the Women's Ministry, Kids Club and Worship ministry. She is also the founder of the annual Live Love Laugh Women's Conference held on the Sunshine Coast on Mother's Day Weekend. Helen is passionate about women being valued and set free to live out the abundant life and purpose that Jesus has so freely given them. She is also extremely passionate about mental health and is currently studying to be a Clinical Psychologist. In her spare time, Helen loves to go running, swimming, walking on the beach, and having coffee with friends.

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Helen Parker

After facing her own crisis pregnancy at the age of 20 with limited support, Helen Parker established The Babes Project in 2009 with the goal of ensuring women had access to the help and care needed as they prepared for parenting. Helen continues to run The Babes Project in Croydon, Victoria and is passionate about expanding the service until every woman in Australia knows she can access support in her pregnancy. Helen loves her coffee & dreaming, cooking and her home, which she shares with husband Dean and daughters Ariel and Payton.

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Ian Dredge

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ian Dredge is the associate minister at Noosa Anglican Church in Queensland. He has been married to Tammy a nurse and midwife since 2007 and is father to Audrey. He has worked for the Anglican Church in varying roles since 2002. He is passionate about preaching and communicating the gospel and small groups. Both he and his wife love to spend as much time as they can around the table or BBQ with their friends. In his downtime Ian enjoys the beach surfing and swimming and does aerial acrobatics for fun and to stay fit and strong.

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Ian Weeks

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ian Weeks is from New South Wales where he is Pastor of Berry I Bomaderry I Kangaroo Valley Uniting Church congregations. Ian is married to Anne and has 2 children Janna and Michael. Ian?s hobbies are motorcycle riding guitar and reading.

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Ilse-Dore Seidel

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ilse-Dore Seidel came all the way from Germany to serve as an Assistant Pastor in a German Lutheran Church in Melbourne (Springvale). Her main ministry is outreach to the younger German-speaking community in Melbourne. She does that through personal relationships and evangelism Alpha and church activities for a post-modern generation. Her passion is to lead people in worship. She loves travelling going for walks along the beach drinking latte and photography (especially Australia).

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Isaac Parkinson

Isaac, with his wife Emily, attend the Bendigo Baptist Church in Bendigo, Victoria. Isaac started in a part-time role in the Worship and Creative Arts Ministry in 2016 in response to a strong calling and change in direction to work towards full-time ministry whilst also studying a Bachelor of Ministry. Isaac regularly leads worship at the services, oversees various other worship ministry programs and is driven to see worship become a more consistent and 'natural' part of the everyday life of a Christian. Isaac has been in Bendigo for his entire life, growing up in a country town on the outskirts of Bendigo. Isaac also works in the Victorian Prison System part-time and has done so for the past three years. Isaac is passionate about leadership, and both Isaac and Emily are passionate about discipleship and providing intentional relational environments through which the Church Family can 'do life together'. They are particularly passionate about the small group environment, one of which they lead, where they can foster the reciprocal environment of 'making disciples who make disciples' . In his spare time, Isaac can often be found writing and producing music, riding dirt bikes with his mates, or tinkering on cars and other machinery around his small property.

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Jacob Sarkodee

Jacob Sarkodee lives northern Sydney where he grew up, studied and came to faith, but also calls Melbourne and Perth home. He and his wife Kate, have two children, Anna and Xanthe. Jacob works at International Justice Mission Australia as the Advancement Manager. He serves in forming mission and strategic partnerships to fuel the mission of IJM. Previously Jacob was with World Vision Australia for 13 years, that has seen him inspire tens of thousands of youth. He loves bearing witness to the gospel in his local church and through seeking justice for the poor with others. Jacob and his family have recently joined St Paul's in Chatswood.

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Jacqui Maynard

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): JACQUI MAYNARD from SA is the Creative Director and Evangelism Pastor at Clovercrest Baptist. Jacqui is single and enjoys the arts theatre music and going to the movies.

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Jacqui Thomas

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jacqui is the Pastor of Hillside New Community Church. She has a real passion for reading and learning and loves to read many different types of books. She is also into calligraphy card making and scrap booking.

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James Angus

James Angus has been working with SU QLD for over a decade and is currently the Supporter Engagement Manager. He started his journey as a Web Developer and uses his technical skills to advance the fundraising and marketing efforts of the organisation. James, and wife Tiana, share a love of music and have two young children, Noah and Lara. James has an intense curiosity and spends his spare time keeping ahead of technology trends, learning new skills and recording music with friends.

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James Bignill

James lives in Brisbane with his wife Sophie. He works as the Worship and Creative Director of Gateway Baptist Church - Ormeau. James has a real passion to see people encounter and be changed by the presence of God. He loves playing his guitar, watching the premier league and futile attempts at surfing.

James Dayhew

Jim from NSW is the Sports Ministry Coordinator for Scripture Union, serving part time in NSW. Jim has been married to Jenny, a special education teacher, since 1994. They have 2 puppy dogs with plans to extend the family. Jim enjoys football, cricket, golf, movies and reading.

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James Hall

James Hall ministers with his wife Helen as the Anglican Minister in Nambour. They have four children Matthew, Isaac, Joanna, and Timothy. James is also a reserve Army chaplain and is passionate to see people come to know Jesus Christ. He is interested in the church being more involved in the wider community and his personal interests include, fishing, 4wding and cycling.

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James McKeon

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jim McKeon is from NSW and is Deacon at Pennant Hills Catholic Church. He is single and enjoys spending time in the bush and at the beach hiking swimming jogging and snowboarding.

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James Middleton

James is currently the Senior Pastor at Craigie Baptist Church in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. Before this James had been working in youth, young adult and children's ministries for 10 years. James is committed to empowering others to 'Journey with people towards Jesus' and is passionate about the relevant communication of the gospel to a world in need. He has a desire to equip and empower every member of the church to best follow their call to follow Jesus. Besides ministry, James loves sport and plays volleyball in the local area. He is also a West Coast Eagles supporter and is an avid coffee connoisseur. James' wife, Kelsey, was born and raised in the US before moving to Australia after marrying James.

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James Toomey

James Toomey is the State Director NSW/ACT at Mission Australia. James joined MA in 2010 as the National Managers CS Operations Support having emigrated from the UK to Australia with family in December 2009. As a qualified Social Worker, James has extensive experience in children and family services, including residential care and young offender programs. Some of his recent roles have included Operations Director for Skill Force, which is an education charity working with 10,000 young people throughout 150 schools in Great Britain who are in danger of leaving school without the skills and qualifications they need to succeed in life.

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Jamie Wendt

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jamie Wendt is the Associate Pastor at Padstow Baptist Church where he has been on staff for the last 14 years. He is passionate about discipleship and developing leaders that will "go the distance". He loves to see people stepping up to serve God with all they have. Jamie has been married to Anne for 17 years and has three beautiful kids. He likes to relax by hanging out with the family watching a good game of cricket and enjoying an icy can of Coke.

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Jane Evans

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jane Evans is from South Australia and is co-pastor of Paradise Community Church with her husband Ashley. They have 2 children Mark and Nathan. She enjoys travelling.

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Janelle Murley

Janelle is a learning and development practitioner with over 20 years experience, currently working for The Salvation Army in Melbourne. She specialises in the area of leadership and management development and is also a qualified coach. Outside of work, Janelle attends the Ringwood Salvation Army Corps, where she is a member of the leadership team and has been involved in a variety of ministries. She is grateful for the opportunity she now has to combine her work and her faith in the programs she develops and delivers. A passion of Janelle’s is overseas mission work. She has undertaken 3 solo mission trips to Tanzania and has led a mission team to Indonesia. She is also a Director of the Fullife Foundation – a role which took her to Ethiopia in 2015. Janelle also enjoys watching her beloved Hawks in the Aussie Rules, and likes nothing better than to go walking with her two miniature poodles – Simba and Mali!

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Janet Fletcher

Janet Fletcher is the Director of Learning, Senior School, at Tyndale Christian School, South Australia. She has a daughter, Miriam, and a son, Lachlan both following their passions at university. Janet has been at Tyndale for 25 years and her passions there include teaching Drama and Classical Studies, curriculum development especially in the area of alternative approaches to traditional schooling, Theatre Sports and the Old Scholars Theatre Group. She has written and directed several plays and is a keen participant in the Adelaide Fringe with Tyndale Fifth Business Theatre. Janet has a long term commitment to mission support of teacher training in Africa. This year, her challenge is joining the preaching roster at her church.

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Jannie Basson

Jannie Basson, with his wife Louise, both passionate educators, shares a vision of equipping young people to succeed in all areas of life. They have two kids, Otto and Karli. Jannie is currently the principal at Endeavor Christian College in Cooktown, but is preparing for a move to Port Augusta during Term 4, 2015 to assist in establishing Seaview Christian College, the latest addition to the CCM group of schools. Jannie is passionate about impacting students' learning journey in a positive manner and using Biblical principles and values as the basis for his teaching. Jannie's hobbies include ball games, fishing and being creative with BBQ recipes.

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Jasmine Wrangles

Jasmine Mikschi has just taken up a role with the Duke of Edinburgh Awards, but until recently worked with World Vision, leading VGen – World Vision Australia’s youth movement. Jasmine is passionate about young people leading change and having an impact in the world and has campaigned hard on issues like child labour for some of the world’s poorest children and communities. She loves working with fast-paced, focus-driven teams and in particular, loves seeing young people transformed by God’s mission for our world. In her spare time, Jasmine enjoys hiking, travelling and time with friends.

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Jason Berry

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jason is the General Manager of 96five FM in Brisbane. He has been with 96five for 4 years beginning as the marketing manager and moving into the role of General Manager in the past 15 months. Jason is married to Caroline and they have 2 girls Ellie and Sophie.

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Jason Hoet

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jason Hoet serves the Baptist Churches in SA as their Youth Development Facilitator providing support and development for Baptist Youth ministries across the state. Prior to this Jason has worked as a Youth Pastor an evangelist at university and an engineer. In all of this Jason loves to be part of local church missionally connecting with their local communities. Jason is married to Ann and they have 3 fantastic children. He enjoys bike riding and looks forward to being a gun rock climber when he grows up.

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Jean Cassidy

Jean Cassidy, with her husband Bram, is Salvation Army Officer in Melbourne. They have three young adult children, a married daughter who lives Mornington, and two sons who still live at home. The youngest one still studying. Jean is very passionate about Pastoral ministry, being involved in it for over 23 years. She has also done some Counselling studies and been a Chaplain in the Employment industry. At present Jean and her husband are the Divisional Leaders in the Eastern Victoria Division, over-sighting 35 Corps (Churches), which involves resourcing and supporting the Officers (Pastors) that lead them. Jean loves to come alongside people, helping them to find Jesus or grow in their understanding of Him. She is also energized by helping people to deal with issues that keep bringing them down. Jean enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling, reading on holidays and squash.

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Jenna Blackwell

Jenna Blackwell lives in Launceston, Tasmania. She works part time for Tasmanian Baptists as the state youth and young adult leadership development coordinator, supporting and equipping emerging leaders and coordinating state and regional events. She also works part time as a medical receptionist and is studying a Bachelor of Ministry. In her spare time Jenna can be found hanging out with friends, walking her dog, or enjoying the beautiful Tassie nature.

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Jens Norved

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jens Norved is Associate Pastor of Creek Road Presbyterian Church and the co-founding editor of www.gracenotworks.com. He is married to Louise and they have three children.

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Jeremy Brown

Jeremy Brown is the Executive Manager for Service and Business Development for Baptist Care in South Australia. He lives in the Adelaide Hills with his wife Abbey and daughter Jemima. His professional passions include organisational development, driving innovation, social policy advocacy and team building. Jeremy is an active member of his local Baptist Church and has had a long term commitment to ministry through music and developing Church based community services. His hobbies include camping and photography.

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Jeremy Elias

Jeremy Elias is the Deputy Chief of Staff at World Vision Australia based in Melbourne. Jeremy is married to Carney and has three kids, Brannagh, Macy and Barnabas. Jeremy wants to serve to see great organisations be organised well to achieve much. Jeremy's skills include Strategy, Program and Project Management and Leadership and Management. Jeremy enjoys hanging out with his family in his spare time, running, appreciating good wine and serving at his church.

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Jeremy Gehrmann

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): JEREMY GEHRMANN from Queensland is the general secretary for CMS Queensland and Northern Territory. Jeremy is married to Sheila and they have a daughter Sarah. He enjoys walking bush walking camping reading and beekeeping.

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Jeremy Watson

Jeremy Watson has been Assistant Minister at St James' Anglican Church in Dandenong (VIC) since his ordination in February 2017. He grew up in Adelaide as the youngest of four boys to Salvation Army Officers. He grew in faith while studying at Adelaide University and decided to move to Melbourne to pursue theological study in 2011. Eventually he decided to pursue ordained Anglican ministry, joining Diamond Creek parish as student minister, where he also met his now fiancée. Jeremy will marry Sarah in that same church on November 10, 2018. Jeremy also loves reading, learning, and keeping active by running or bushwalking.

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Jeremy Wright

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): After 15 years on the road Jeremy Wright is excited to be working for God in his local community. He is Next Generations Pastor at Oakden Baptist Church providing leadership for the children's ministries and youth and young adults. Most of the time these roles dovetail neatly with his role as Chaplain of neighbouring Cedar College. Jeremy loves sharing the mind-blowing story of Jesus' love with young people and inspiring youth to make a difference in the world and their postcode. He loves his wife Clare and the fact that she lets him do this stuff. He also adores their daughter Lily and obsessive dog Frances.

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Jess Morris

Jessica Morris, is the Project & Volunteer manager for the Schoolies Operation at Encounter Youth in Adelaide. She recently married her best friend and partner in crime Ben. Jess loves to spend time hearing about the adventures and antics of young people. Too much time alone drives Jess insane and she spends her free time drinking coffee and playing netball.

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Jessica Magowan

Jess Magowan is the Worship Pastor at Inglewood Community Church in Perth. Jess is married to Graeme, and together they have an adorable pug called Pippin. Jess is passionate about creating spaces for people to connect authentically with God through music and creativity, and helping others realise their God-given capacity for leading in that space. Her hobbies include eating brunch and drinking good coffee, as well as playing various musical instruments.

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Joanna Hubbard

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Joanna Hubbard is the Associate Minister at Marion Church of Christ and Director of MarionLIFE Community Services Inc. She is constantly wrestling with what it means to stand in the gap between the church and those most marginalised by society and what it means to live simply. Joanna is kept grounded by her husband James.

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Joanna Mansfield

Joanna Mansfield is the CEO of WorldShare, an aid and development organisation which lifts up oppressed and marginalised people in Asia and Africa, in Christ's name. Joanna is passionate about empowering Christians to live out God's heart for the powerless and vulnerable. Joanna has a young son and husband and lives in Sydney. She loves summer, the beach, and travel.

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Jodene Watling

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jodene Watling is the National Women's Co-ordinator for Christian Surfer's Australia and has been in this pioneering role for five years. The objective is to create a culture where females are embraced and celebrated plus reach surfer girls with the Gospel. Jodene lives in Cronulla and attends Thrive Community Church. Her heart gets pumping encouraging others into their calling and gifts in God. Favourite pastimes include road trips fun surfs with friends and starting random dance parties.

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Jodie O'Shannassy

Jodie O'Shannassy lives in Toowoomba with husband Geoff - a mechatrinic engineer. They have one married daughter and a spoilt staffy. Her passion is helping people identify the real underlying issues to their problems. Her role at Tern Challenge providing a residential rehabilitation program for young women with life controlling issues ties in with this beautifully. Her other interests include - leading a worship team and serving on parish council at her local church St Barts, hosting Japanese students in her home, and short getaways with family and friends

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Jody Destry

Jody is a wife, mama, pastor, speaker and lover of people. She is a leader of leader's who loves to call out the gifts and dreams in others and release them to see these become a reality. Her heart is for others to experience the wonder, grace and the goodness of God in their lives. She is married to her best friend of 17 years, Matt. They are passionate about Jesus and building His Church and seeing people find themselves in the greatest story of all. With their 2 kids, Lucy and Finn, they call Melbourne's Yarra Valley home. They are the Lead Pastors at Discovery Church. Any chance she gets, Jody is checking out what's new in the Melbourne food and wine scene and has a secret dream to be a food and lifestyle blogger.

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Joe Habermehl

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Joe was born in Canada but moved to Australia to marry his wife Jodie. They have 2 kids Charlotte (10) and Lily (6). He has been the lead pastor at Hope Central since 2000.

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Joel Ken

Joel Ken is a student of Adelaide College of Ministries and serves at CityLight Glenelg in the areas of Preaching and Discipleship. His passions include the application of Biblical and theological truths to renew the Christian’s mind and life in Christ. His hobbies range from producing videos with friends to playing social basketball.

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Joel Kettleton

Joel Kettleton, along with his wife Kristina, serve as ordained Anglican ministers in the Parish of Sorell, Richmond and Tasman, comprising of 5 congregations in the South East of Tasmania. Joel serves as Rector (Senior Minister).
With their three children: Noah, Josephine, and Nathanael, they feel called to be God’s missionaries in Tasmania, growing disciples to live and share the Good News of Jesus. His passions include preaching, teaching the Bible, and leading music in church.
Joel's hobbies include playing and recording music (guitar and banjo), and BJJ (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu).

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Joel Munro

Joel Munro is currently the Assistant Principal & Grade 7 Teacher at Sunrise Christian School, Adelaide, South Australia. He is married to Lee-Anne and together they have two beautiful children. His passion for education stems from a desire to see all students reach their God given potential and learn the joys of understanding for themselves. In his spare time, Joel enjoys hanging out with his family, sport, reading and spending time in nature.

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Joel Small

Joel Small is the Senior Pastor of Erina Community Baptist Church on the Central Coast. He and his wife Bron, have two sons, Brendan and Andrew. Joel’s passions are preaching God’s Word, leading people in worship, discipling follower’s of Jesus, and organisational development. Joel enjoys reading, cycling, jogging and AFL.

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John Beckett

[ Bio Updated: 17-Apr-13 ]: John is the National Director of Micah Challenge. He has a Masters in Theology from Regent College in Canada and loves to help Christians be effective witnesses for Jesus in public/political places. John has a gorgeous wife Allie and they have two beautiful daughters Molly and Lucinda.

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John Evans

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): John is a Salvation Army officer currently serving as editor of Warcry the Salvo's national weekly outreach magazine. He is married to Lynda and they have two girls Caitlin (5) and Rebecca (3). Out of the office he runs Legacy of Love Software a ministry that raises money for youth development and leadership projects. He also plays golf with alarming mediocrity.

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John Gray

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): John Gray is from New South Wales where he is Senior Minister at St John's Park Anglican Church in Sydney. John is married to Robyn and has 3 children Emma Ben and Nathan. John's hobby is touch footy.

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John Viles

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): John Viles is an Officer (Senior Pastor) of NRC a Salvation Army church in the Nambucca Valley NSW. He serves there alongside his wife Nicole working to create an expression of God's family that's both practically and spiritually relevant to their community. John has three main passions: To see an increasing number of people introduced into a saving and growing relationship with Jesus; his wife and two kids Alexandra and Jacob; ... and surfing the best beaches in Australia.

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Johnmark Snead

Johnmark is married to Nicole and they have a son, Joshua and a daughter, Lucy. Johnmark and Nicole are Salvation Army Officers serving together as the leaders of The Salvation Army in Hobart. Johnmark's passion in ministry is to see God's people deepening in their love for Jesus and from that place reach out with the love of Jesus to the poor and marginalised in Hobart; meeting their needs and bring them the Gospel of Jesus. In his leisure time, Johnmark likes to take full advantage of Tasmania's hills, mountains and scenery and go for long rides on his bicycle.

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Jon Owen

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jo Owen joined Urban Neighbours Of Hope (UNOH) an incarnational order serving the poor in 1997. He currently lives in one of Australia's largest Public Housing Estates in Western Sydney where he leads a small team who are recklessly living out Christ's love ministering to the urban poor of Mt Druitt. He does this with his amazing wife Lisa and two cling-ons Kshama and Kiera who keep him human. He loves a good curry ice cream and mascarpone cheese.

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Jonathan Bailey

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jono Bailey is the QLD Regional Coordinator for Christian Surfers Australia. Jono lives at Coolum Beach QLD with his wonderful wife Naomi and daughter Lydia. He is passionate about seeing surfers saved and ordinary men and women envisioned and equipped to go and make disciples in their local surfing communities across the Aussie coastline and beyond.

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Jonathan Siow

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jonathan Siow is University Pastor at Full Gospel Assembly. A 2003 graduate from Melbourne University he finds himself answering Gods call into the ministry after two and half years in secular work and he absolutely loves being on the university campus. Jonathans five years in university has given him a passion to help each student find their identity discover God's purpose for their life and run after it. His free time is filled with hanging out in cafes reading and drinking good coffee.

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Jonathan White

Jonathan White resides in Brisbane with his wife Liz. He is the Youth Pastor at Gateway Baptist Church, running an invitational Friday night program for students and Youth Church on Sunday mornings not only run for teens, but by teens. His passions include worship, building healthy teams and seeing young people come alive in Jesus. Jonathan's hobbies include soccer and reading. He and Liz also enjoy trying new cafes and restaurants.

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Jonathon Kilchester

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jonathon Kilchester came to first follow Christ in his fourth year of uni at QUT in Brisbane. After graduating from Engineering and IT he spent a brief time in the industry before joining Student Life in Brisbane full-time. Now he ministers to Science students at UQ and leads the student ministry on QUT. He loves evangelising for Jesus and rock climbing.

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Jono Broadbent

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Jono Broadbent is currently Generations Pastor at Barrabool Hills Baptist Church in Geelong. His hope is to help raise up and empower young people to be passionate disciples of Jesus. He is married to Elly and has two children; Zarah and Josiah. Jono loves spending time with his family and his hobbies include reading sports and being a Hawthorn supporter in a Cats-mad city.

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Jordan Stoyanoff

Jordan Stoyanoff, together with his wife Clytie, love to equip, develop and disciple young people and to see the next generation find their identity in Christ crucified. He is currently the Internship Facilitator at OM Australia, empowering young adults to step into God's mission. Jordan enjoys playing and watching soccer and restoring cars.

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Josh Dowton

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Josh Dowton is one of the Church Partnership Managers at World Vision Australia (NSW Office) working to help churches engage deeply with issues of social justice and poverty. He is currently completing a PhD. Josh is the husband of but one (long-suffering) wife and father to two gorgeous girls and together they live in the Promised Land: Baulkham Hills (Sydney).

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Josh Reading

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Josh Reading serves at LifeCity Church//Canberra a church he and his wife planted 4 years ago. LifeCity now meets in three locations with a fourth launching. Josh has a passion to see a generation plant new relevant community centred spiritually dynamic globally-focussed churches and to see people step up and lead sacrificially beyond doing the "safe". Josh is married to Ange and they have four children Joel Isaiah Aysha and Zoe. Josh loves the Church family and the Melbourne Storm.

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Joshua Crowther

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Joshua Crowther is a lead strategist with Dunham + Company an organisation devoted to helping Christian organisations achieve their God-given vision. As a lead strategist Joshua is involved in developing strategies that connect Christians with organisations that are advancing God's Kingdom. Joshua is passionate about seeing Christians fully sold out to God with their time money and energy. He is also passionate about seeing the needs of the poor and marginalised met through the church. Joshua lives in Sydney and is married to Irene and has a son Elijah.

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Joshua Dinale

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Josh Dinale is married to Kristy and they have a daughter Alexis. He recently concluded as Associate Pastor at St Matthews Anglican Church in Wanniassa Canberra and is now planting a church Broken Chapel in Queanbeyan. Josh enjoys running and swimming and works in the fitness industry to support his addiction/church-planting ministry. Broken Chapel aims to reach unchurched and de-churched people who would not normally walk through the doors of a church.

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Joshua Maher

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Joshua Maher is an Aboriginal man born in Biripi Country (Taree) and spent early years in Wellington NSW before moving to Logan in the south of Brisbane. Joshua is currently involved with Jisas Wantaim which aims to enable empower and equip indigneous Christians to serve in their God-given potential to a greater capacity. Joshua is undertaking a Pastoral Internship with Dhiiyaan Northside an Indigenous Church in Brisbane. Joshua has much experience in Christian ministries such as YWAM outreach to many indigenous communities and has also undertaken the Transformational Leadership Course School of Biblical Studies and Diploma in Church Planting at Pines College. Joshua has a son and his hobbies include travelling sport community events movies reading and music. His family have been significant in his development and he is excited to be working with Billy Williams and Goma Conlon both graduates of Arrow 8.

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Joshua Thomas

Josh Thomas is married to Marnel and together they have Azaliah and Ezra. Josh serves in Perth at Lesmurdie Baptist Church as the associate pastor. The main part of the role is oversight of Youth, Young Adults, Worship Team, Worship Gatherings, and Life Groups. He is passionate about people embracing a lifestyle of pointing others to Jesus Christ. As well as helping people leverage their resource for the good of others. Josh enjoys to drum, play guitar, hear people's stories, and of course Netflix a good series.

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Joyce Alexander

Joyce Alexander is a Youth and Young Adult Pastor at CityLife Church, Whittlesea. Her passion is to see young people grow in their knowledge of the Bible, their relationship with God, and to see them operate in their spiritual gifts. Joyce's hobbies include cooking, going on nature walks, playing board games, and completing jigsaw puzzles.

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Julia Scrimshaw

Julia Scrimshaw is Director of Studies at Richard Johnson Anglican School. After emigrating to Australia from the UK in 2011, Julia settled in Sydney's Hills District. Julia has been married to Ian for 25 years and they have a son, Edward. Julia's passions include the use of ICT in the modern classroom, development of the modern curriculum and working with the young people of Western Sydney. Julia enjoys long distance running and contributes to her community by cooking and baking.

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Julian Dunham

[ Bio Updated: 10-Apr-14 ]: Julian began pastoral ministry at New Hope Baptist in 1991 and in 1996 moved to serve at New Peninsula. In 1999 he initiated New Peninsula's highly effective Ministry Training Program. Julian is a graduate of Arrow 4 (2001/2002) and was Senior Pastor at Lilydale Baptist Church from 2004 to 2008. He is now the Emerging Leaders Program Director for Arrow Leadership. Julian and his wife Amanda have four daughters: Jemima, Matilda, Mabel and Elsie.

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Julianne McMaster

Julianne McMaster and I am married to Phil McMaster and we have three kids. We live in Canberra at present. My husband and I work full time for The Australian Navigators. We focus on ministry to Defence serving members and their families in the Australia Defence Force. I Love meeting with women and reading the bible and discipling women as we do life together. I coordinate a ministry to women all around Australia as they move with defence. I love spending time with my family, watching movies and drinking good coffee with friends.

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Julie Hunt

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Julie Hunt is Community Ministries Pastor at Lilydale Baptist where she oversees the welfare arm of the church through The Mustard Tree Community Services. She has been married to Rick for 26 years and has three gorgeous daughters. Julie is passionate about the church being an influence in the local community and believes that as we meet people's physical relational and emotional needs we are better able to share Christ and allow the Holy Spirit to meet their spiritual needs.

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Julie Lockyer

Julie Lockyer is Head of Primary at Caloundra Christian College on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. She is married to Troy, a former SAS soldier and now the Business owner of Lockforce Consultancy International, which is a registered security,auditing and compliance company. Together they have 3 adult children in various professions. Julie's passions include leading a school into the 21st century, being aware of the modern trends in educational thinking which underpin Biblical Christian Philosophy and pedagogy, keeping Godly authority and reverence for God's creative order in Teaching and Learning. In her spare time, Julie enjoys running, sewing, reading, and looking after her Grandchildren.

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Julie-anne Laird

[ Bio Updated: 01-Jan-11 ]: Julie-Anne works as an evangelist at Melbourne University with Christian Union where she trains and equips students in this massive task! She spends the rest of the time hanging out with her friends and loving her husband Andrew and four children Jasmine Stephanie Cameron and Bradman. Julie-Anne has very few hobbies but does like sleeping in talking and drinking very good coffee which takes up a lot of time if you do it well.

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Juliet Briner

Juliet Briner is the Children's Pastor of St Stephens Anglican Church Coorparoo, Brisbane. She is married to Naman Briner and together they have 4 kids Felix, Hugo, Elliot and Scarlett. She enjoys teaching children in her church and local schools and marvels at where the conversations can go with kids when looking at accounts in the bible. She is always looking for opportunities to educate through creative arts. Hobbies include live performance, comedy, sewing, knitting and anything crafty!

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Julio De Laffitte

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Julio De Lafitte E Freitas is from Queensland where he is the pioneer Pastor of Burdekin Baptist Church and is originally from Brazil. He is married and enjoys water sports reading and business.

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Justin Tye

Justin Tye has been married to Yvonne Tye for a wonderful 19 years and is Head of Partnership Development for Scripture Union Qld. They have four children (2 girls and 2 boys) Sophie, Elouise, Matthew and Joshua. He currently works in the Partnerships and Communications department and is responsible for leading the partnership development functions at SU Qld, including strategic oversight of programs targeted towards supporters, bequesters and sponsorship. To enhance supporter's experience and commitment to SU Qld programs and activities, increase supporter advocacy and achieve corporate funding targets. He has a passion for missions and loves working for SU Qld as it is serving local missions. Justin’s hobbies include coach soccer, playing any and all sports, camping, free diving and playing cards and board games.

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Kara Hartley

Kara Hartley is married to Brett and currently serves as the Archdeacon for Women’s Ministry in the Anglican Church in Sydney. In her role, she has the privilege of meeting with women working in churches throughout Sydney and the Illawarra. She also teaches the Bible at various women’s gatherings and is involved in the recruiting and training of women for ministry. Kara is passionate to see women come to know Jesus as their Lord and grow in Him. Kara and Brett enjoy hospitality and see this as a key area of service in their church.

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Karen Flemming

Karen Flemming is a Salvation Army Officer (Pastor) & so far it has been an adventurous 16 years with God as she's served Him on the frontline in Salvo churches & social centres; working for many years with people who have experienced homelessness, addiction, trafficking and as a Divisional (Regional) leader of Youth & Children's Ministries. She currently leads a Salvo Church in the Dural and Hills community in North West Sydney. A Salvo Officer's Kid, eldest of 4 siblings, and an Aunty to 8 amazing Nephews and Nieces. My Passions: Loving God, Loving People, sharing the hope of Jesus, Music, Worship, Adventure, Travel, Great conversation, Fun & Frivolity, Photography, Hospitality, Learning, Creativity, Movies & Good Coffee.

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Karen Hale

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): KAREN HALE from Victoria is a Christian Education teacher at Ivanhoe Girls Grammar. Karen is married to Stephen and they have two children James and Kate. She enjoys cooking gardening reading and taking beach holidays.

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Karen Haynes

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Karen Haynes is a Queensland Baptist pastor. She splits her week between her local church Windsor Road Baptist and the Australian Baptist cross-cultural Missions Agency Global Interaction. In both roles she works with young adults constantly seeking to connect their energy and enthusiasm with the experience of the establishment. Karen is also a member of the Advertising Standards Board bringing her range of experiences to the task of advertising self-regulation. An admitted geek Karen is constantly on the lookout for the next problem to tackle; when it can be done from a good coffee shop all the better.

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Karen Lattouf

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Karen Winsemius

Karen Winsemius is the Children and Families Pastor at New Peninsula Baptist Church, on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula. She's responsible for overseeing the programs for children of all ages and their families and is passionate about training leaders, and helping families bridge the divide between fostering faith at church and in the home. When she's not busy at work, Karen loves skyping her nephew and niece interstate (plus her brother and his wife too) and being Aunty Karen to a bunch of local kids as well. If there's any time to spare, Karen likes nothing better than to sit down with a cuppa for a catch up with a friend.

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Karina Kreminski

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Karina is one of the Associate Pastors at Community Life Church in the suburb of Cherrybrook. She is Pastor for Christian Growth and has been ministering there since February of this year. Karina enjoys reading travelling (when she has the money) watching good movies eating exotic food and wants to enjoy exercising.

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Karl Chan

Karl Chan is a Relationship Manager with Compassion Australia. Working with Compassion and building strategic partnerships with churches and businesses, Karl is determined to play his part in the fight against poverty, loves connecting with people and is always up for a game of tennis. Karl is passionate about seeing every individual reach their God-given potential. Karl and his wife Tara both call Sydney home and enjoy the beauty, diversity and multiculturalism it provides.

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Karl Faase

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Karl Faase is from New South Wales where he is Associate Pastor -Outreach & Community Ministries with Gymea Baptist Church in Sydney. Karl is married to Jane and has 3 children Timothy Ainsley and Ellie. Karl's hobbies are exercise and golf.

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Karyn Rigley

Lieutenant-Colonel Karyn Rigley is an Officer within The Salvation Army — Australia Southern Territory (TSAAST), currently serving in the area of Officer Development. She has been involved in many aspects of ministry within TSAAST, including corps work, education and training and senior leadership roles. Karyn is married to Graeme and they have three adult sons and a little dog called Cooper. She enjoys spending time with the boys, reading and trying to keep fit.

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Karyn Wishart

Captain Karyn Wishart comes from a family of 5 and has 1 sister and 1 brother. Karyn is a Salvation Army Officer for the Australian Southern Territory, her present appointment is the Western Victorian Divisional Youth, Children’s and Candidates Secretary. Karyn is passionate about seeing God's family connect with one another intergenerationally. She loves helping congregation's see how they can worship together in an authentic way, respecting faith exploration other every age. Her other interests are following the football, her team is the Geelong 'Cats'. For enjoyment, she loves attending the footy, cooking, eating, drinking tea, playing sport and spending time with my family and friends.

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Kat Deith

Kat Deith is the team leader of State Youth Games, a project of Churches of Christ Victoria and Tasmania Inc. She works as part of the Youth Vision Team, the generational arm of CCVT focusing resourcing, equipping and empowering Childrens, Youth and Young Adult ministries. She is passionate about developing and encouraging leaders and creating spaces where individuals and communities are able to encounter and grow in their relationship with Jesus. Kat is married to Ryan and together they parent their son. She loves the time spent adventuring, exploring cafes and local parks with them.

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Kate Boughton

Kate Boughton is currently the School Chaplain at St Michael's Collegiate in Hobart. After working in Melbourne at St Jude's Anglican Church as an Associate Minister, she is happy to return to her homeland and see God continue to be at work, transforming lives.

Kate is an Arrow 10 (2011/2012) leader

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Kate Haggar

Rev Kate Haggar is the Children's Ministry and Primary SRE Advisor at Anglican Youthworks. She loves a cup of good coffee and can usually be found enjoying one of the many great cafes around the lower north shore of Sydney. She also loves hanging out with her family, especially the time she gets to spend spoiling her three nephews and her niece. Kate’s greatest joy is sharing the love of Jesus with as many women and kids as she can.

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Kate Petersen

Kate is married to Michael and has one son and twin daughters. She is the Executive Assistant at Gateway Baptist Church in Brisbane and supports the Senior Pastor, Executive Pastor and Senior Leadership Team as they pursue a multi campus church model. Since her salvation in 2013, she has loved following the Lord's prompting to use her background in business and secular leadership in a Christian environment. She's a passionate foodie and loves cooking. Her time living in France deepened her love for fresh produce, and the way in which food brings people together.

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Kate Venables

Kate Venables, is married to Cameron, an Assistant Bishop in the Western Region of the Brisbane Diocese; they are based in Toowoomba and have three children Gabby, Emily and Jack. Kate is the CEO of CatholicCare Southern QLD and covers an area from Toowoomba west to the NT border.
Her passions include developing a strong Christian organisation that provides support services for the vulnerable and disadvantaged, that point towards the Kingdom of God and growing her leadership skills. Kate's hobbies include bootcamp, reading and some occasional sunbaking!

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Kathryn Button

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Kathy Bates

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Kathy Bates is married to Stephen. Together they are team leaders at Parramatta Baptist Church where they have been serving in pastoral leadership for fifteen years. Kathy is passionate about good food.

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Katrina Potter

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Katrina Potter is married to Brad and has two children - Josiah and Caitlin. She is the Corps Officer (Pastor) of Oakden Salvation Army in Adelaide.

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Keith Baker

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Keith Baker is married to Rebecca and together they have three delightful boys: Nathaniel Joshua and Isaac. He is currently the Discipleship Director at St Paul''s Castle Hill in northwest Sydney where he oversees small groups Digging Deeper ministries apprentices and the LifeTracks discipleship pathway. He loves having fun with family playing sport when he can and catching a movie with his wife.

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Kelly Rawlins

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Kelly Rawlins is the Co-Director of the One50 Dance ministry in SA. With over a decade leading and being the visionary for this ministry she now focuses on raising up the next generations to this movement that reaches over 600 students each week. The call on her life is to reach out to young people with the love of God encouraging them to be all they were created to be unlocking dreams and self-potential releasing the greatness that is already within. Kelly attends Magill Church of Christ a home to her family " husband Tim and daughter Tailey. She is also passionate about doing life with people over coffee!

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Kenny Koay

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Kenny Koay and his wife Sin Kiew and their two children have been part of Clayton Church of Christ Fellowship since 1999. Since 2009 Kenny has been serving as the Missions Manager and he is responsible to raise mission awareness develop and implement mission strategy. Prior to his full-time role in church he was in telecommunications retail business for seven years. His passion is to see Clayton community a step closer to Jesus. Kenny enjoys spending time with his young family and reading books.

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Kevin Booth

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Kevin Booth is from Tasmania and is minister in charge of the Anglican Church in Hamilton. He is married to Anne and they have five children Sam Alice Mary Lucy and Harry. Kevin enjoys reading music and rambling.

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Kevin Butterfield

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Kevin Butterfield is from the New York City area of America but now lives in Lilydale Victoria where he is the lead pastor of Yarra Valley Vineyard Church. Kevin is passionate about seeing people discover who they are and who they are called to be in Jesus. He has a fantastic wife Kerrie and two kids Noah and Hanna-Kate. Kevin loves vintage motorbikes and snow boarding.

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Kevin Lumb

Kevin Lumb, with his wife Judy, is a Salvation Army Officer in the Australain Southern Territory. They have a son Bayden and a daughter Casey. He currently works in the Eastern Victoria Divsion head quarters with a portfolio of responsibility including Mission Resources Department, Youth and Children's Department, Seniors And Salvos Caring ministries, Schools Chaplains, Just Salvos (Social Justice) and Doorways. His passions include raising leaders and mentoring/coaching others 'to be red hot blooded men and women whose business is the saving of souls'. Kevin's favourite things to do include quality time with family, listening to music, photography, being outdoors and camping/fishing

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Kieran Carr

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Kieran Carr has been the Youth Pastor at St Alfred's Anglican Churn in Blackburn North since 2006. He also serves in preaching praise and worship leading and service leading. He completed his Bachelor of Ministry at Ridley Theological College Melbourne in 2008. He loves to read books but never reads fiction. His parents have been missionaries in the Philippines and Tanzania. Kieran married Ruth in 2010. To relax they go for walks watch movies and hang out with friends.

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Kim Beales

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Kim Beales is a Christian communicator and musician. He works as a church planter in Sunbury. Kim is married to Kate father of Amelie and soon to meet his second child. Kim loves reading movies crafting songs and thoughts and getting on a sports field when he gets the opportunity. He is also studying an MA in theology and social ethics.

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Kim Glasgow

Kim lives in Melbourne with her husband Clive and their teenage children David and Claire. Kim is a lay minister on staff at Glen Waverley Anglican Church, whose main responsibility is the 10am congregation. She enjoys reading, letting the dogs take her for walks, listening to out-of-date music (ask her kids), swimming in the sea and dreaming of travel.

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Kimberly Smith

Kimberly Smith is a Pastor, Author and Speaker. She is also a lover of travel, eating out and all things people! In her role as Generations and Emerging Leaders Pastor for the Baptist churches of Victoria (BUV), she draws from over 14 years experience as a Generations Pastor in a local Baptist church, seeking to help churches engage generationally in mission and leadership development to see them thrive as true expressions of God's family. Kimberly is a passionate communicator, investing in people and ministries through preaching, blogging, mentoring and leadership development. She is the author of the book “What We Cannot Be Alone” - seeking to bring understanding to Singleness as it pertains to church family. Kim is an Arrow 9 (2010/2011) leader.

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Kirsten Philips

Kirsten Philips, and her husband David Scharkie live and work at Barker College in Sydney. They have 4 children-Josh, Paris, Zoe and Eden and a collection of pets. Kirsten plays a pastoral role in the Boarding Community at Barker and is also the Community Chaplain with particular focus on student leadership, co-education and staff and student care. Kirsten loves her role at Barker but also enjoys holidays and adventures with her friends and family.

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Kris Halliday

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Kylie Butler

[ Bio Updated: 20-Jan-12 ]: Kylie Butler pastor author coach. Kylie Butler is the author of Milk to Meat a 60 day devotional helping people get into the Bible. Kylie is a Leadership Coach focused on transitions and breakthrough.

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Kylie Collinson

Kylie Collinson, along with her husband David, is a Salvation Army Officer. They have two boys Noah and Josiah, and are currently serving as the Corps Officers (ministers) of The Salvation Army South Barwon in Geelong. Kylie loves her family and working with people. She loves journeying with others and sharing the ups and downs of life. She counts it a blessing to be able to minister to many varied people. Kylie enjoys walking, watching her boys play basketball and cooking.

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Kylie Lau

Kylie spends a considerable amount of time travelling between Brisbane and Melbourne as she juggles various work and ministry commitments in both cities. She is currently the director of Renew, a ministry which runs retreats for young people across Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia. In her spare time, she works as a counsellor and is also a Bible college student. She is passionate about the Gospel and discipleship and is looking forward to embarking into full-time overseas missions in the near future. Her hobbies are reading and eating good Chinese food.

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Kylie Towt

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Kylie Hunter is the Assistant Schools Team Leader and North East Regional Coordinator for Scripture Union Victoria. A life long resident of Whittlesea Kylie is passionate about local ministry and seeing churches reach out to children youth and families in their local community. Through her work she aims to empower churches to lead effective outreach in their schools using the innovative ELEVATE framework. Kylie loves spending time with friends movies games and bushwalking.

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Kym Briggs

Kym Briggs is the Salvo's Women Coordinator for The Salvation Army's Greater West Division in the Australian Eastern Territory, based in Sydney. In Kym's role she is focussed on ministering to women, organising women's events and coming alongside women to help them refuel for their journey with Jesus. Kym and her husband Stuart have two sons, Joshua and Isaac. She is passionate about community and creating community within the church. Kym loves help making the church a place where people walk in and feel a sense of belonging. She loves to be creative and loves to use this creativity in making things relevant for the sake of the kingdom. She is passionate about people coming to know Jesus and being authentic and real with people. Kym's hobbies are socialising and creating life memories with family and friends, she loves making her house a home and loves the water!

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Kym Dixon

Kym Dixon is a Campus Pastor at Kingsway Community Church Caringbah in Sydney’s South. Kym is part of an incredible team sharing the journey with her husband Troy and kids, Jesse and Eliza. Kym is passionate about the value and role of the local church in the community and resourcing women in life and leadership. In her role Kym has oversight over ministry to families, women and kids, lifegroups and assimilation. Kym loves finding space to reflect and grow. Reading, writing, hiking and yoga are amongst her favourite activities.

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Lachlan Edwards

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lachlan Edwards came to know Jesus as his Saviour and Lord in Year 10 of High School. With his wife Bec son Tim and daughter Emily he has been ministering in the Anglican Diocese of North West of Australia for three years now. Having taken up the Senior Minister position in Exmouth in early 2009 Lachlan is keen to see people in Exmouth grow in their knowledge and love of God. He is looking forward to Arrow giving him some tools for his ministry toolbox and developing his leadership ability.

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Lachlan Patterson

Lachlan Patterson is the Young Adults Intern at Scarborough Church of Christ, in Perth. He is married to Hannah. His work focuses on discipleship through one-on-one, small groups and events, as well as overseeing the services and music ministry. His passion includes investing into others for Jesus and His Kingdom, with a particular heart to see this generation of Australians transformed by the Gospel. Lachlan’s hobbies include talking, quality time with his wife and currently, house renovations.

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Lainey Smith

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lainey Green was born and raised in Sydneys southeast and has been serving full time with Student Life the university ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ for the past six years. At the beginning of 2008 she moved to Brisbane to co-lead a campus team at the University of Queensland. Lainey is passionate about God and seeing people know Him and make Him known. She enjoys reading getting out into nature and chatting with friends over a good coffee.

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Lance Jeffrey

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lance Jeffrey is the Commanding Officer at The Rockingham Salvation Army in Western Australia. He is married to Anne and has two children.

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Larry Galbraith

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Larry Galbraith is from Victoria where he is Senior Minister of York Street Church of Christ Ballarat. Larry is married to Shelley and has 3 children Rebecca Jesse and Eliza. Larry's hobbies are music jogging and working around the house.

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Laura Young

Laura Young is part of the phenomenal team at Boronia Community Church of Christ, where she is one of the Associate Ministers. Laura is passionate about people being empowered and encouraged, seeing what God is doing in their lives and the neighbourhood, and is constantly inspired by those around her. She is amazed at how vast and resourced the Kingdom of God is, and the joy it is to be on the adventure it is to be alive. Laura's hobbies include bike rides with her husband, reading and sourcing delicious vanilla-scented candles.

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Lauren Carroll

Lauren Carroll is an Associate Pastor at True North Church in the northern coastal suburbs of Perth. She is married to Gavin and together they have four children Zac, Nellie, Miller and Eden. Lauren's role at True North is currently focused on helping people make the 'Next Step' in the journey of faith and with their connection to Christian community. She is passionate about spiritual growth and loves having conversations with people about their faith journey. Her main hobby is her family and all it takes to keep their ship sailing. She also loves spending time with friends and reading a good book with a cup of tea in hand.

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Lauren Smith

Lauren Smith is a Social Worker from Sydney. She is passionate about defending human rights and in particular is interested in the issue of the growing number of asylum seekers and refugees around the world. Lauren is also passionate about environmental issues and animal welfare. Lauren loves to read and spend time with her family. Lauren grew up in the Salvation Army with parents who are Officers. She has recently become involved in establishing a home church which exists to create an environment for young adults who have left the church because they don't feel like they belong. The home church is a safe space where young adults can come and ask real questions about faith and feel accepted. Lauren is married to Andrew who is a Carpenter.

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Lawrence Hirsch

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lawrence Hirsch is from Victoria where he is an evangelist with Celebrate Messiah Aust. Inc. a ministry to Jewish people. He is married with three children; Asher. Sarah and Jesse. His hobbies are photography surfing nature appreciation and eating.

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Leah Ellery

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Leah Ellery serves as an officer at The Salvation Army in Merriwa. Her role involves leading the church and social service ministries including Sunday worship weekly discipleship ministries management of the thrift shop and various volunteer teams including coordinating the children's ministry. Leah is always looking for leaders who are open to growing and training as co-workers in God's Kingdom. She has been a Salvation Army officer for five years having previously taught high school music. It was while teaching in Merriwa that God confirmed Leah's husband's call to become an officer and also increased her heart for this local community. Together they have two children and learn a lot about life through them. Leah hopes to leave a legacy of life transforming love in all relationships and is looking forward to growing into a more capable leader in the process.

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Leah Kearney

Leah Kearney is the Operations Director for Arrow Leadership International Development in Melbourne, VIC. Married to Jonathan they have two young children, Eli and Zoe and a third due in December 2019. Leah's role is to grow Arrow’s programs throughout SE Asia. Leah is passionate about seeing Christian leaders in majority world countries have the same opportunity to access amazing leadership training in their local context. Seeing this new generation of leaders take the baton and lead courageously, passionately and faithfully. Leah loves being creative, cooking for those she loves, being in nature and scrounging through markets.

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Leanne Ashcroft

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Leanne Ashcroft is a Field Ministries worker for the Bible Society in Queensland speaking in churches schools women's groups and the outback.

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Leanne Duncan

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Leanne Hill

Leanne Hill is the Generational Ministries Pastor at CityLife Church She is passionate about walking alongside people as they discover who they are and who they are to become and her most favourite thing is brunch with family and friends. Leanne is a graduate of Tabor College Victoria with a Bachelor of Ministry and Master of Arts. She is married to Andrew, who is also a Pastor at CityLife and they have three incredible young adult children.

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Leanne Palmer

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Leanne Palmer is from NSW and is working part-time as Children's co-ordinator at Gymea Baptist Church and as Consultant in research and development in the church growth department with the Salvation Army's Territorial Headquarters. She is single and enjoys coffee shopping talking with friends long walks and being outdoors.

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Lee Sykes

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lee is Pastor - Team Leader of Joondalup Community Church. Lee was a youth pastor for six years before starting in 2002 in this developing work. He is married to Cathy and they have one child Jared. He enjoys surfing fishing - anything involving salt water. His passion is to see the church become a dynamic group impacting the gospel in the community.

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Leigh McIntosh

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Leigh is married to Karen and has 3 children Ben 7yrs Elijah 5yrs and Jannah 2yrs. He has been the Youth Pastor at Warnbro Community Church for 7 years. Leigh is also passionate about sports and movies and enjoys conquering the world on his pc.

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Letitia Shelton

Letitia Shelton is a single woman who lives in Toowoomba and co-ordinates an organisation that she founded 12 years ago called City Women. Her passion is her city and to see women from all different churches working together to make Toowoomba a better place for girls and women. Her hobbies include cycling, camping, hiking and travelling.

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Linda Bailey

Linda has been in ministry for ten years. She has been involved in a variety of ministry areas, including children’ s, chaplaincy, mission and young adults. She is now embarking on a congregation plant in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. Linda is married to Cameron and has a foster daughter, Joy.

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Linda Carmichael

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Linda Carmichael is from Canada but is working in Indonesia with Canadian Baptist Ministries. Linda is single and spends her time enjoying friends especially in cross-cultural friendships.

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Linda White

Linda White, is the Programs Director for ACCESS ministries, managing State School Chaplaincy, Christian Education and Training. With husband Chris White, she three beautiful daughters, Mykah (Age 5), Eliana (Age 4) and Neiva (4 months old). She also is the proprietor of her own business White Training that specializes in nationally accredited training for Chaplaincy and Well-being services. Linda's passion is in developing the whole person and living out our spirituality through Vocational excellence and integrity. Linda loves fishing, fishing and more fishing in her spare time!

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Lisa Gaddes

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lisa Gaddes has been involved in youth ministry for the past 20 years. She has been a youth pastor since 1994 and is currently serving as the Ministry Team Leader for Churches of Christ Youth Vision NSW. Lisa is passionate about discipleship and training and spends most of her time coaching and equipping leaders and churches to grow long-term youth ministries that reach their local community. She is particularly excited about raising up student leaders and encouraging churches to do the same. The rest of the time she enjoys movies travelling hanging out with friends sport growing stuff and making stuff.

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Lisa Groetzinger

Lisa has been on the staff team at True North Church in Perth, WA since 2016. She has served as Next Steps Pastor and now as Children’s Pastor for the Merriwa Campus. Prior to this she worked in education as a secondary maths teacher. Lisa loves working in & with teams, and helping people find belonging by serving in the body of Christ. She is married to Dean and they have a wonderful son Levi. Originally from the USA, Dean and Lisa have been in Perth since 2004. Lisa enjoys travelling, board games, and going to cafes with her boys.

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Lisa Venables

Lisa is a Salvation Army Officer, as is her husband Neil. Lisa was born in Wales and travelled to Western Australia, along with her family, in 1974 at 10 years of age. Following some early contact with The Salvation Army, she became a Christian at age 17. Lisa married Neil in 1989 and together they have four young adult children living at home. After significant years as Corps Officers together, Neil and Lisa received separate appointments, and have remained in separate appointments for almost 11 years. In addition to being a Corp officer, Lisa served for seven years in the pastoral care for officers department. During this time she studied Clinical Pastoral Education, Pastoral Counselling and has recently completed a Masters of Social Science/Human Services Counselling degree. Currently, she is appointed as the Assistant Officer Development Secretary and the THQ Chaplain. She has been described as a person who is friendly, warm and ‘down to earth’ – who loves spending time with people. In her spare time she loves to watch movies, read, dream about travel and have coffee with friends.

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Liza Fox

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Lucas Cairns

Lucas Cairns, with his wife Angela, is a Salvation Army Envoy in the Australian Eastern Territory. They have three sons Elijah, Jazziah and Jai and one daughter Luka-Angel. He currently works as part of the Youth & Children's team for the NSW and ACT division. His passions include developing culturally relevant churches and equipping young leaders to grow firstly in their relationship with Jesus but also as passionate and inspiring leaders in their own right. Lucas enjoys playing a variety of musical instruments and spending time with his family, often camping or just sitting around the fire pit in the backyard.

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Lucia Boxelaar

Lucia Boxelaar is Head, Program Research & Advisory at World Vision Australia. The department comprises four teams that promote innovative, evidence based programming responses to foster local economic development, maternal & child health, child protection, food security and climate change adaptation in WV programs. The department leverages program research and innovation for donor engagement and resource acquisition, with an annual income target of over $30m. Lucia has worked in the area of program research and development for 17 years, initially focusing on community based approaches to emergency management at the Country Fire Authority. Her PhD, obtained from the University of Melbourne in 2004, was awarded the Chancellor’s Prize, and explored the effectiveness of community based approaches to land and natural resource management. Subsequently, as a Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Lucia’s research supported the development of approaches designed to enhance the resilience of Australian farmers in the face of climate change and other critical issues. Lucia joined World Vision in 2007 as an evaluator, and moved into a management position in 2008, and a senior leadership role in 2010. Lucia leads WVA’s approach to evidence based practice in development, which contributed to World Vision Australia being awarded the PWC Transparency Award in 2010.

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Lucinda Gayl

Lucinda currently leads the Volunteer Resources team within Salvos (Eastern Territory) – working to elevate the profile of volunteering, and increase effective volunteer engagement. Prior to Sydney, Lucinda lived for a number of years in Hong Kong where she met and married Alex. They have two lovely daughters, Amelia and Charlotte.
Lucinda is passionate about enabling teams to work together to make their best contribution towards common goals. She values listening to people’s stories, engaging in meaty conversations, and encouraging people in their faith. Lucinda’s hobbies are ‘just being’ with her family, long walks and solo car trips exploring country roads.

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Luke Inglis

Luke Inglis, with his wife Michelle, is a Pastor with The Salvation Army in the Australian Southern Territory. They have two daughters Eden and Maliah and a son Jeshua. He currently works as the Youth and Young Adults Pastor at Ringwood Salvation Army Corps, focusing on discipling and equipping young people in the ways of Jesus. His passions include the local church, playing and listening to music and spending time with family. Luke's hobbies include long boarding, song writing, drinking coffee and having a laugh with friends.

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Luke Morgan

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Luke Morgan is married to Alison and is State Coordinator of Fusion in Tasmania. They have two delightful daughters Aimee and Charlotte. He is based in Poatina an intentional community in the heart of Tasmania where people live to bring life to each other and those spending time among them. He loves helping individuals and groups identify and progress toward their goals. Luke comes alive in the pursuit and implementation of approaches that help people find their place in local and global mission.

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Luke Pilkinton

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Luke Pilkinton is from New Zealand where he is now teaching. He has been on the staff of TEAR Fund NZ as a musician. He is single and his interests are music development and evangelism.

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Luke Smith

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Luke Smith is from Queensland and is Pastor at Impact Christian Church at Logan City. He is married to Tiffany and they have I child Ellen. He enjoys boating photography and reading.

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Luke Williams

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Luke Williams lives with his wife Bella and their two children Ezekiel and Nyria in Wollongong. He serves as the Youth and Young Adults minister at New Day Church. He has a passion to see young people find hope and joy through an authentic and life changing encounter with Jesus. Luke has a great love for every type of sport watching TV shows with his wife and listening to Mute Math (his favourite band).

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Lydia Saunders

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lydia Saunders is from Victoria where she is an Associate Priest at St Andrew?s Anglican Church in Melbourne. Lydia is married to John. Lydia?s hobbies are beach walking gold and gardening.

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Lynden Spicer

Lynden Spicer, with his wife Belinda, are Salvation Officers in the Australian Eastern Territory.They has five children, Joel, Zoe, Alisha, Bethany, Corban, a Son-in-law Jono, and a daughter-in-law Kiannia. They also have 2 beautiful grand daughters Isla & Scarlet. Lynden currently works over sighting, leading and developing the mission work, ministries in the Liverpool region of South West Sydney. His passion is seeing people won into the Kingdom of God and become all that God designed them to be, so they can minister freely in the gifting God has given them. Lynden's hobbies are wide & varied but include surfing, SUP, windsurfing, kayaking, and watching sport especial NRL.

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Lynette Pearson

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Lynette Yap is from New South Wales where she is a freelance speaker and part time worker at Lilyfield Community Church part of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. She is also a doctor in general practice. Lynette is single and her hobbies are spending time with friends dining out movies and the theatre.

Lynnette Colvin

Lynette Colvin is from Western Australia where she is co-ordinator of children's ministries at Subiaco Church of Christ. She is married to Craig and they have 2 children, Rebecca and Katherine. Her interests are quilting, cross stitch, and public health.

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Maddy Svoboda

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Matthew (Maddy) Svoboda is married to Imogen and is the associate pastor of Citywide Baptist Church in Hobart. His responsibility is leading the Lenah Valley campus of Citywide. His passions include young people (children and youth) sharing the gospel and engaging missionally with communities to see lives transformed by the love and power of Jesus Christ. Maddy loves playing basketball bushwalking reading and spending time with people.

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Malcolm Pittendrigh

Malcolm Pittendrigh first commenced employment with The Salvation Army in 1997 and has held a number of senior Accounting positions in both a central (head office) and regional capacity. Malcolm was recruited to the role of Financial Controller of The Salvation Army Aged Care Plus in late 2008. This role encompasses all aspects of financial management and reporting across Aged Care Plus. In December 2012, Malcolm was promoted to the role of Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Corporate Services Aged Care Plus - encompassing broader responsibilities, Finance to Human Resources. Malcolm holds a Commerce Degree in Accounting and is a Certified Practicing Accountant and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Malcolm is a father of three kids under five and enjoys all sports - particularly participating in swimming, running, and mountain biking.

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Mandi Hutton

Mandi Hutton is married to Robin, they have two sons Cameron & Jayden. Mandi provides Administrative oversight of the Werribee Baptist Church office and general governance. She enjoys the challenge of formulating procedures to facilitate good communication and smooth running of various ministries in a growing church. Mandi is highly skilled professional with a heart for seeing people connect with Christ and in service to His church. Other interests include reading, camping, walking the dogs and watching (& transporting) the boys in their various sporting endeavours.

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Marbuen Diaz

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Marbuen Diaz was born in Mindanao in the Philippines and migrated to Australia when he was 10 years old. He grew up in the most multicultural pockets of Sydney and Melbourne and that is why he is looking to plant a church on that missional issue. Currently he is teaching/coaching a gap year course called Plunge at Morling College. Before that he was a youth pastor at a Baptist church for 10 years and has had 14 years experience in youth ministry in different contexts. Marbuen has been married to Rika for five years and is fathering a beautiful boy named Micah. Marbuen loves sports and is currently eagerly awaiting the birth of his new son.

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Marc Rader

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): MARC RADER from NSW is the Associate Pastor at Gymea Baptist. Marc is married to Nicole and they have one child Amaris. He enjoys reading and likes history.

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Marco Lupis

Marco Lupis is currently living in Wagga Wagga, where he is appointed as Corps Officer (Minister) along with his wife Bindy. They have three children – Zac, Caitlyn and Hannah. Marco loves the variety that comes with his position – no two days are ever the same. He is passionate about people reaching their full capacity as disciples of Jesus. Marco enjoys spending time with his family and has recently commenced leadlighting as a hobby.

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Marcus Hutchins

Marcus lives in Brisbane, Australia. He is married to Amanda and together they have two children, Abigail and Thomas. The Salvation Army has provided Marcus with the opportunity to apply both degrees in Social Work (2006) and Theology (2013). Since 2014, Marcus has contributed to the work of The Salvation Army Australia. His focus has been on leading and managing high level projects that seek to change organisational culture from the inside out. Marcus believes that following Jesus is the best way to live and informs everything that he does, in life, family, community, and at work. On his day off you will find him fishing out on Morton Bay.

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Mardi Easton

Mardi Easton works for the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES) at Melbourne University. Coming from a science background, she loves working alongside science students, building them up in their faith, helping them to reach out to their friends and encouraging them to think about serving God with their lives after they finish uni. Mardi’s hobbies are playing board games, singing and being an awesome rogue in Dungeons and Dragons.

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Marg Docking

Marg Docking and her husband John worked in Uganda as a plumber and a midwife.After 30 years in Midwifery in Australia ( including N.T Arnhem land and Albury ) and then seeing the constant cycle of intergenerational poverty in Uganda we knew there has to be another solution. Sexual reproductive health is not high on any missional agenda yet broken lives are so often entwined in the ignorance around true love and understanding how our creator God designed us for relationship, family and having babies. Our family of four married children and 3 grandchildren all support the work of a new longterm sustainable solution to intergenerational poverty that does not grow dependancy.Marg is the Director of the NFP Wise Choices For Life. Together, we are truly relaxed in the bush bike riding camping and kayaking and enjoying creation.

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Marg Tognolini

For the past 29 years Marg has worked in senior leadership positions across 2 Faith Based organisations, SU Queensland and Churches of Christ in Queensland. Her roles within SU Qld were primarily working with children and young people through school chaplaincy and overseeing holiday camps. Throughout her time with SU Qld she was a part of the Executive team during a time of rapid growth in school chaplaincy. Marg then held the role of Chaplaincy Manager for a period of 3 years with CofCQ. At present, she is currently working as a consultant and coach and her passion is to see leaders grow and develop and influence a deep culture of leadership excellence in organisations. She has her own leadership coaching business and loves to see leaders reach their goals and potential. Travelling overseas to Italy and Switzerland to be with loved ones, and sitting on the beach at Mooloolaba brings life and refreshment to Marg. She loves spending time with her large, fun and beautiful family, and with her close friends and simply experiencing and doing life together.

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Margaret Powell

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Margaret Powell is from NSW where she is associate pastor for young adults and womens ministry at St Pauls Anglican Church at Castle Hill. She is single and has interests in theatre movies walking reading and coffee.

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Maria Brand-Starkey

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Maria Brand-Starkey is married to Byron and they are expecting their first child very soon. Maria serves as Associate Pastor at Glen Waverley Anglican Church where her main area of oversight is evangelism. She is passionate about seeing people come to know the love of God in Christ Jesus and grow to maturity in Him. She enjoys serving on the Australian board for 'Mukti' a mission organisation based in India and 'Ishah' a Christian magazine for women. Maria loves spending time with family and friends reading a good novel and eating all things sweet!

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Mariska Meldrum

Mariska Meldrum is passionate about using her gifts wherever she is planted to build the Kingdom of God. She is married to Nathan and together they are parents to Callum, Elliana and Isaac. Mariska is currently the Campaign Manager at CBM Australia and has previously worked with UnitingCare and World Vision. In her spare time, she is a passionate mental health advocate and author - and would love to see the Church in Australia be better equipped to support those in their midst who struggle with mental illness. Mariska loves being involved in women's ministry in her local church and spends her weekends enjoying time with family and friends.

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Mark Dean

Mark Dean is the Worship & Music Director at Gateway Baptist Church in Mackenzie, Brisbane. He is married to Eden, and together they have two boys, Luca and Harrison. Mark has a desire to see people released into an increased freedom of worship. In his downtime, Mark likes to hack up a local golf course and watching Formula 1.

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Mark Drury

Mark is married to Sally and they have two children - Kate and Cameron. Mark is the Business Manager for Taree Christian College on the mid-north coast of NSW. He is passionate about Christian Education and the influence of faith on shaping the next generation. Mark has interests in music, creative design and audio and how these tools can be utilised in church for enhancing worship. Mark loves sport and spends time in his home gym as well as bike riding and watching sport when there's an opportunity.

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Mark Gellie

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mark Gellie is the Youth Pastor at Barrabool Hills Baptist Church Geelong and Victorian coordinator of Red Frogs Schoolies Chaplaincy. Mark is a qualified PE Teacher and coordinates a variety of programs at his local high school. Mark is also involved at the Geelong Cats VFL side. He is married to Amy and has a daughter Briah.

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Mark McCrindle

[ Bio Updated: 25-Oct-12 ]: Social researcher McCrindle Research.

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Mark O'Brien

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mark O'Brien is from Western Australia and is Associate Pastor at Subiaco Church of Christ and also lecturer at South Perth Christian College. He is married to Nicky and they have 3 children; Joel Amy and Jordan. He enjoys reading golf and following most sports.

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Mark Owen

[ Bio Updated: 28-Sep-12 ]: Mark is currently the National Manager of Children Youth & Education for the Bible Society Australia. He still has one wife & 4 kids.

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Mark Parsons

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mark Parsons is an Associate Pastor at North Beach Baptist Church in Perth WA. He was born in South Africa and trained for ministry in Australia. Mark is married to Tracey and they have two children Connor and Clea. Mark has been pastoring for seven years; he has a passion to see people come to know and be transformed by Jesus. God has called him to serve the church in leadership teaching and evangelism. Mark enjoys time with his family sport and the outdoors.

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Mark Schnerring

Mark Schnerring is the Minister of Buninyong Anglican Church, a 150-year-old church in the Anglican Diocese of Ballarat. Mark loves teaching the Bible and seeing young people taken seriously in the life and ministry of the Church. Mark and his wife Kate have three children – Benjamin, Alexander and Lucy. Mark enjoys being outdoors and spending time with his family.

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Mark Smith

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mark Smith had the privilege of growing up in a Christian family and has never known a day without Christ's love. He's been married to Anna since 1997 and they have the blessing of raising a son and four daughters. Together they've ministered in various parts of Sydney country NSW and Dublin (Ireland) and in various denominations (Presbyterian and Anglican). Currently they serve at St John's Kirribilli (Church by the Bridge). Mark's interests in Rugby League has also given him the opportunity to act as Chaplain to the Sydney Roosters (NRL).

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Mark Soper

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mark Soper has been an Assistant Pastor at Menai Salvation Army for six years. He currently works three days a week at Menai and two days as the Sydney East Illawarra Youth Leadership Development Coordinator. Mark worked and studied social work when leaving school and has worked for Mission Australia and Oasis youth support network at The Salvation Army. Mark became youth pastor at Hurstville Salvation Army in 2003 where he met his wife and now has two girls Zoe and Emerson. He loves playing all kinds of sport having a laugh at his own expense and spending time with his family.

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Mark Westhuyzen

[ Bio Updated: 24-Apr-13 ]: After many years of volunteer leadership in youth ministry and worship Mark began vocational ministry in 2004. He was formerly the Senior Pastor at Enoggera Baptist and as of January 2013 is now the Senior Pastor of Cleveland Baptist Chruch. He is married to Alexia and they have 3 children. Mark is a graduate of Arrow 7 (2007/08). Mark loves coffee sport home renovations and riding his motorbike. He hates bad coffee losing at sport and crashing his bike. Mark's interests include playing and watching sport hanging out socialising science and landscaping and is most passionate about reaching and growing young people for Christ.

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Mark Wilson

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mark Wilson is from Western Australia where he is the Team Leader of Pastors at Whitford Church of Christ Perth. Mark is married to Karen and has 2 children Daniel and Katherine. Mark's hobbies are basketball tennis pottery and fishing.

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Markus Richardson

Marcus Richardson is from NSW and is Senior minister at All Saint's Anglican Church at Moree and Archdeacon of North West NSW. He is married and has 3 children, Joshua, Belinda and Luke. His interests include riding a Harley, waterskiing, car and bike restoration, furniture building, spray painting, photography and travel.

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Martin Kemp

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Martin Kemp is an Assistant Minister at Darling Street Anglican Church on the Balmain peninsula in Sydney's inner west. Previously he worked with university students both at St Paul's Castle Hill and on campus at the University of Sydney. Martin's journey towards Christian leadership began while he was studying to be an archaeologist and after a short season working in that field he became fully convicted that the Spirit was leading him to pastor God's people. Martin is married to Jasmine. Fishing is his new hobby but it's proving to be much harder than he first thought!

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Martin Machado

Martin Machado is a soldier of The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory. He works in the Personnel Department of The Salvation Army's Territorial Headquarters. He and his wife Casey are based in Sydney, and his son Ezequiel lives in New York. Martin is responsible for the Youth and Young Adults ministries of the Sydney Congress Hall Corps/Church.
Martin is passionate about studying the Bible, nature, and helping others reach their God-given potential. He enjoys attending sports events, travelling and a good movie.

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Martin Woods

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Martin Woods is from New South Wales where he is Support and Development Worker for Fusion NSW Co-ordinator for Awakening '95. Martin is single and his hobbies are movies music and spending time with people exploring issues on how to build Christian Community.

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Mathew Taylor

Mathew Taylor resides in Broome WA with his wife Siobhan and daughter Mariah. He currently works at Broome Youth and Families Hub, where he’s previously worked with youth at risk in areas of prevention and diversion. Mat has currently moved into the role of Family Support Officer, mentoring young Dads through positive engagement. Mat looks forward to the challenges of Fatherhood, the mentoring and discipleship of youth and adults in the Broome region. In his spare time Mat enjoys fishing, camping, playing footy (AFL) and watching the English Premier League.

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Matt Garvin

[ Bio Updated: 12-Feb-12 ]: After 20 years of ministry with Fusion in Australia Matt is taking a year to focus on writing and supporting others in mission. Matt continues to provide some support for Fusion's developing work overseas but is enjoying a lot less travel.

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Matt Reeve

Matt Reeve, with his wife Clare, is a Salvation Army Officer in the Australian Southern Territory. They lead the City Salvos Church in Adelaide. Matt works alongside other members of his church team to build a place that is open to all, from all aspects of life. Matt has a passion to work to build a unity in the city of Adelaide so that people can follow Jesus fully as the church lives out its mission to, “Love the city like Jesus does.” Matt enjoys spending time with family and friends and exploring new playgrounds with his young children Sadie, Matisse and Darby.

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Matt Sarre

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Matt has been the Small Groups Pastor at Aberfoyle Uniting Church for the past 4 years. He is 32 years old and married with two of the most beautiful children God ever created. Matt loves to cook.

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Matt Withers

Matt Withers is a Baptist pastor in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. He currently works at Mill Park Baptist Church with youth and young adults and involvement in a local high school. His passions include helping young people grow into deeper relationship with Jesus, discover God's calling on their lives, and grow within them a heart for God's kingdom. Matt's hobbies include playing and watching sport, going to the beach and playing guitar.

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Matthew Darvas

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Matt Darvas is passionate about inspiring people to realise their potential and responsibility to make a difference in this world. He seeks to do this by forming connections across the barriers of culture and geography so that we in the "West" can learn from those living in poverty and on the margins. Matt has worked for World Vision Micah Challenge and Compassion. He and his wife Brittany are currently living in Nepal and serving with International Nepal Fellowship.

Blog: mattdarvas.com

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Matthew Destry

Matt Destry, along with his wife Jody, is part of the team at Discovery Church in Mount Evelyn. He currently serves as Creative Director, with oversight of worship, services, events, production and communications. He is passionate about storytelling as art and the use of empathy in preaching and teaching. Matt loves working on collaborative projects in the areas of music, creative design and writing. He also enjoys reading, camping and fine dining. Matt and Jody have two children, Lucy and Finn.

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Matthew Hunt

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): MATT HUNT from NSW is the Associate Assistant Pastor at Castle Hill Baptist. Matthew is married to Robyn and they have three boys StephenJames and Benjamin. He enjoys golf reading music. other sports and model making.

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Matthew Paterson

Matt Paterson, with his wife Sarinah, is a pastor of Living Water Community Fellowship, an Anglican church plant in Redfern. They have a son called Kobe, and a daughter called Leah, and a staffy called Hugo. Living Water is a Christian fellowship that is trying to bridge the divide in the church world between Indigenous and non-Indigenous churches. Matt is passionate about God's grace, and believes that God's grace changes everything. Matt loves playing saxophone, rock climbing, and being near the water.

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Meg Sharp Story

[ Bio Updated: 16-Dec-11 ]: Currently spending time at home with my 3 daughters and serving the creative arts ministry at my local church.

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Megan Curlis-Gibson

[ Bio Updated: 02-Dec-11 ]: Vicar at St Stephen's Anglican church in Warrandyte - part time - and full-time mum to one year old Phoebe.

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Megan Jung

Megan Jung is the Pastor of Williamstown Church of Christ, a small community church in Melbourne's inner west. Megan's desire is to lead and equip people to live out their faith and discipleship in the everyday. Megan lives in Williamstown with her husband Charlie, and in her spare time she enjoys reading, movies, and hunting down Melbourne’s best coffee and breakfast spots.

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Megan Stock

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Megan Stock is married to Richard and they have three children. Megan is the Care Ministry Pastor and Crossway Baptist Church in Burwood East Victoria. Care Ministry is unique to Crossway and involves up to 300 volunteers who care for each other and the Crossway Community. Her passions lie in loving people from all walks of life and helping others learn to care too. Her family love to camp 4WD enjoy their horses and really love taking others along for the experience. Time spent around a campfire with friends and family is very precious.

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Melanie Saward

Melanie Saward is married to Joshua Saward, and mother to 1 daughter, Leela. She currently works as the Ministry Leader for Connect Groups at Nexus Church in Brisbane. Melanie is passionate about community and the role that the church adopts as the family of God for people in all walks of life. She loves singing and music, drawing, writing, reading....especially if these activities are combined with food or coffee!

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Melba Crisostomo

Melba Crisostomo, with her husband Hector are both commissioned Officers of The Salvation Army Eastern Territory, to the rank of Major. They have a son, James. She is currently the Territorial Salvos Stores Mission Director focusing on organisational value, goal and workplace cultural alignment of stores with the mission of The Salvation Army. She is also working alongside seven Area Chaplains in creating healthy workplace through Pastoral Care. Her passion is evangelism, teaching and working in a multicultural environment. Melba is very passionate in bringing and presenting the love of Jesus Christ to those around her and, to lead and create faith pathways in others. She loves to read books, listening to Christian music and loves to travel and learn about people's culture.

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Melina Windolf

Melina Windolf is the Regional Manager for Scripture Union Queensland in Southern Queensland. She is married to Darryn and has two adult children, Talitha and Levi. Her role in SUQ includes leading a team of 5 Field Development Managers who in turn lead and support over 170 Chaplains in 276 schools across Southern Qld. Melina and her family live on 2 1/2 acres in a rural farming community just outside of the town of Gatton Qld. She loves seeing people grow and develop their talents and is passionate about community and bringing people together to encourage positive change and development across communities. Melina and her husband Darryn enjoy encouraging Pastors and their families in small churches across her region through Darryn preaching and Melina leading worship and singing, Melina also enjoys gardening, interior decorating and spending time with her most favourite people, her family.

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Melinda Cousins

[ Bio Updated: 25-Aug-14 ]: Melinda Cousins is passionate about God's Word and His world and loves inspiring people to catch that passion. She currently does this as a Lecturer in Biblical Studies at Tabor Adelaide, and is also a full-time PhD student, researching the Psalms of Ascent. In 2011, Melinda concluded ten years of pastoral leadership at Blackwood Hills Baptist Church, and has also served as State Director for Global Interaction. Melinda loves travelling and is hoping to add to her current tally of 40 countries visited. She particularly enjoys showing photos from her travel to the Middle East to bring the Bible to life.

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Melissa Binks

Melissa Binks is the Employee Relations Manager for Scripture Union Queensland. Melissa and her husband Jay have three children, Naomi, Ethan and Jaden. Her current responsibilities in the Human Resources Department include, Employment Law, Workplace Investigations, Health Safety & Child Protection and Risk. Melissa is passionate about healthy relationships and effective communication that sets organisations, churches and families up to excel and advance the Kingdom of God. Hobbies include, beach time with God, drama, karaoke, colouring and throwing dinner parties with her husband.

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Melissa Crothers

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Melissa Crothers has been serving as the Worship and Creative Arts Minister at Lifestreams Christian Church South Perth for the past ten years and is passionate about seeing people engaged in the wholehearted worship of Christ. She is also a professional musician and along with her husband Daron (Arrow 8) is co-director of Neolife Ministries. Together they have 2 children Tayah and Joel and her hobbies include running cycling and home decorating.

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Melissa Winnell

Melissa Winnell is a newly-appointed Chaplain with the Salvation Army's Oasis Youth Network in Surry Hills, Sydney. This involves working with young people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Her passions include seeing people who have lost their voice in this world be heard, and getting alongside people in a way that hopefully introduces them to Jesus, if they don't know Him yet, and encourages them to follow Him. Her hobbies include drinking coffee, spending time at the beach and going to the occasional swans game with friends.

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Meredith Lockery

Meredith Lockery is the Director of Studies at Tyndale Christian School in South Australia. She is passionate about equipping staff to understand God's Big Story and to apply this in whatever role they play in the school community. Meredith is married to Peter and has 4 adult daughters, 2 sons-in- law, 4 grandchildren and 2 grand-dogs! She is involved in a church plant and loves the opportunities to be involved in ministry there each Sunday.

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Merilyn Buckley

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Merilyn Correy is from New South Wales where she is involved in itinerant evangelism and is researcher and presenter with National Church Life Survey and a member of Darlinghurst Anglican Church in Sydney. Merilyn is married to Ken and her hobbies are reading cats garden films people & visitors.

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Michael Annells

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mike is from Adelaide and is the Youth and Young Adults Pastor at Pedare Uniting Church in Golden Grove. He is also the chaplain at Golden Grove High School. He studies part time at Tabor College . Mike is unmarried and enjoys gliding tennis swimming woodwork and dining out.

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Michael Frost

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Michael Frost is based in NSW. He is an itinerant Evangelist and also lectures in evangelism at Morling Baptist Theological College. He is married to Carolyn and has 3 children Courtney Kendall and Fielding. His hobbies are movies music books cooking and small talk storytelling raising kids sports shared laughter and strong coffee.

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Michael Rumende

Michael Rumende is the executive pastor of THE ROCKS church in Cannington, WA. With Citra, they have three sons Benjamin, Judah and Levi. His passions are to see people connect with God through music and songs, to see young leaders to be developed and empowered, and churches to become an effective environments for people to experience the love of Christ. Michael's hobbies are cooking, travelling, singing, playing music and personal management.

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Michelle Cockrell

Michelle Cockrell shares her home in Perth, Western Australia with her three favourite people; husband, Mark and sons, Joshua and Jason. She currently works as a school principal for one of seven schools within Swan Christian Education Association. Her passions include Christian education: seeing children grow in wisdom and understanding as well as loving that 'a-ha' moment when they've mastered a new skill or understood a new concept. Hobbies include cooking, photography, going to movies, enjoying family nights and reading.

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Michelle Farrall

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Michelle Farrall is Communications Director for Capacity Builders a ministry based consultancy serving Christian organisations. She is married to Bruce and attends the Red Network church.

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Michelle Goemans

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Michelle Goemans is married to Jeff and together they have three children Jacob Chantelle Benjamin. Michelle has been working at Whitford Church as Community Care/Children's Pastor. Michelle enjoys ministering and being part of the local community as well as teaching and bringing to life faith in children.

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Michelle Laukart

Michelle Laukart is youth pastor at Templestowe Baptist Church. She is passionate about seeing young people move closer to Jesus whether it be for the first time or for the hundredth time. Michelle loves school’s ministry and the ministry she oversees has a massive outreach focus with most of those attending being from unchurched homes. When not hanging out with young people Michelle likes to spend her time at home in Kinglake playing with cars, motorbikes and ponies. She is considering buying a goat.

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Michelle Stevens

Michelle Stevens works as a Baptist Pastor in Adelaide. She is currently employed at Clovercrest Baptist Church as the Associate Pastor for Generations. Together with her husband, Mike Stevens, they have three gorgeous children, Ella, Ben and Lucy. Michelle is passionate about growing a culture of discipleship across the generations and investing in the next generation of leaders. Michelle enjoys good coffee and loves to travel.

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Mike Paget

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mike Paget is the Senior Minister of St Barnabas Broadway a young multi-cultural Anglican church in the very heart of Sydney. He is also Chaplain of both the University of Sydney and the University of Technology. Mike loves to reach young people from Australia and East Asia with the Gospel and to send them home or out into the world trained and equipped to make a difference wherever they go. He is married to Fiona and they have four young children: Susannah Rose Huw and Toby.

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Mike Poustie

Mike Poustie and his wife Kathryn, live in suburban Melbourne. Mike works for World Vision International as an Urban Technical Specialist for the Water, Sanitation, Drainage and Solid Waste Sector> In this role he assists in developing the direction of urban water programs as World Vision increasingly responds to the challenges of urban poverty. Together, Mike and Kathryn, desire to end up living cross culturally where they hope to be involved in training up local engineers within the water sector, strengthen Christian university students and support the local church. At present, Mike is passionate about encouraging young adult believers of Jesus to explore how living counter-culturally builds faith and brings joy when responding to the needs of the poor. When neither working nor involved with the church, Mike enjoys running, hiking, reading and all sorts of water activities.

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Mike Stevens

Mike is the husband to Michelle and father to Ella, Ben and Lucy. Mike has a real passion in seeing people come to know Jesus, coaching and developing leaders, and developing effective discipleship pathways in the local church. He has worked as a teacher, school chaplain, a long term Youth Pastor, and currently serves as the Senior Pastor at Clovercrest Baptist church in Adelaide. Mike loves all kinds of sports and good coffee!

Mike is an Arrow 9 (2010/2011) leader.

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Mike Wardrop

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Mike Wardrop is the Associate Pastor of The Journey Uniting Church in Golden Grove SA with a background in chaplaincy sales and marketing. Mike loves to see people particularly young people come into a relationship with Jesus and to actively grow in this. He believes adamantly in the power of discipleship and mentoring to make this happen and longs to see Australia filled with lifelong passionate Christians. Mike lives in Adelaide with his wife Jenny and his two children Grace and Charlie. He's a sports nut and lover of good movies TV and music.

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Milton Oliver

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Milton Oliver is from Victoria where he is senior pastor at Sunbury Community Church. He is married to Anne and they have three children; Dean Tristan and Joel. His hobbies are golf motor racing and fishing.

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Mitchell Evans

Mitchell Evans and his wife Robyn are the Pastors/Directors of the Salvation Army's Sydney Streetlevel Mission. Covering two sites (Surry Hills and Waterloo) Mitchell works daily to bring hope, healing and restoration to some of the most marginalised and disadvantaged people in Sydney. Mitchell is passionate about seeing his community break generational shackles and live in the freedom story that Jesus intended for them. Mitchell's hobbies include sports (especially Rugby Union), movies, going to the beach and the occasional comedy club.

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Monique ten Hoopen

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Monique ten Hoopen is the Associate Minister at Wollongong Church of Christ.

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Narelle Unicomb

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Narelle Unicomb is a Salvation Army Officer currently serving as the Divisional Youth Children's and Candidates Secretary for South Queensland Division. The role includes resourcing and coaching Youth and Children's Leaders in various Salvation Army Ministries as well as planning a bunch of camps and events. Narelle is passionate about seeing young people get off the pew and live their faith outside the church walls impacting their communities. She also loves creating things.

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Nataliya Osipova

Nataliya Osipova is the National Director for Missions Interlink. Before moving to Australia in 2013, Nataliya served in a number of senior leadership roles in Moscow, Siberia and the Ukraine. Her areas of service were in church planting, organisational development and Christian education with the largest mission organisation and church planting body in the Post-Soviet Union countries. As Director of a Bible College in Moscow, over four years, she cast a new vision, innovated, and established a sustainable financial system that resulted in significant growth. She also built a network of Christian Educators in four countries that hosted an International Conference attended by over 500.
Nataliya comes to us from CityLife Church, a multi-site church in Melbourne with about 10,000 people of diverse nationalities. She served on their teaching team; supervised 100 multi-cultural home group leaders; and provided pastoral care and leadership training.
Her diverse educational background includes a Bachelor of Education (Russia), Graduate Diploma in Ministry (Sweden), Post-Grad Diploma of Law (Russia), and Master of Commerce (Melbourne). Recently, her participation in the Arrow Leadership Program in Melbourne provided in-depth interactions with leaders from a range of denominations.
Nataliya is married to Andrew, who serves as Men's Pastor at Bayside Church. They have three boys aged 14, 9 and 8, who love travelling and spending time with people from different nations.

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Nathain Secker

[ Bio Updated: 01-Feb-13 ]: Nathain currently works with Presbyterian Youth NSW as their training director. He has responsibility for development of leaders through the Timothy Partnership a certificate and diploma consortium offering ACTh awards.

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Nathan Buttigieg

Nathan Buttigieg, husband of Rachael and father to Mercy and Eli, is the Chief Member Officer at Christian Super. This role involves being responsible for all member related services including administration, contact centre, insurance, financial planning and marketing. Nathan along with his family live in southern Sydney and attend a local pentecostal church, Shirelive. Nathan is passionate about helping educate Christians in effectively using their finances to have greater generosity in their lives. When he can, Nathan enjoys playing video games, watching the footy (NRL) and going for a run.

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Nathan Casey

Nathan Casey is an Envoy in the Salvation Army. He is married to Suzie and they have three children, Jude, Levi and Evie. Nath currently oversees the youth and young adult ministries at Ingle Farm Salvos in Adelaide's northern suburbs. He is super passionate about seeing God's Kingdom become a reality in his neighbourhood and the north of Adelaide. Nathan always has a new (and usually too expensive) hobby on the go, but his mainstays are playing in bands, sport including basketball and flag football, playing addictive phone games and drinking lots of really good coffee.

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Nathan Dirs

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Nathan Dirs is married to Karen and they have three great kids Oliver Abigail and Josiah. God broke into Nathan and Karen's life eight years ago bringing radical transformation. After finishing Bible College in 2010 Nathan accepted a call to Narwee Baptist Church as an Associate Pastor. Nathan is passionate about introducing people to Jesus and seeing them live for His glory.

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Nathan McElveney

[ Bio Updated: 10-Oct-16 ]: Nathan is married to Amy, and they have three daughters – Lucy, Zoe & Lara. As well as being involved in various church ministries at Epping Church of Christ, he has been involved in camping ministry since 1998. Nathan has been working for Crusaders since 2004, where he currently serves as the Director of Ministries. In his spare time, he likes to read the newspaper, which he sometimes manages to do within a week of publication, or a good book.

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Nathan Want

Nathan "Dubsy" Want is the Youth & Young Adults Pastor Clovercrest Baptist Church located in the north east of Adelaide. Dubsy is married to Laura with son Ezra and another child expected in August 2018. Dubsy is passionate about raising a generation of youth and young adults to have lasting faith. In Dubsy's down time he loves cafe crawling, exploring new places, watching the Adelaide Crows win football and trying to resurrect his modelling career which tragically ended at the age 8 in the school fete.

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Nathaniel Brown

Nathaniel Brown is happily married to Sandy, with daughters Aryanna and Eloise. He is the head of Media and Communications at Riverview Church in Perth, leading a fantastic team of filmmakers, designers, marketers and digital/web specialists. Nathaniel understands the power of Story to change lives and help people feel the truth of the gospel. He is passionate about media, creativity, and building the strength of an organisation. Nathaniel writes fiction, loves movies, and spending time with family and friends.

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Neale Meredith

[ Bio Updated: 21-Nov-12 ]: Neale has been in Pastoral Ministry with Churches of Christ for over 20 years with churches in NSW WA and VIC. He is currently the Dean of Students and Vice Principal of ACOM. He is married to Susan and has 2 kids Aidan & Hayley.

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Neil Clanfield

Major Neil Clanfield is the Divisional Secretary and 2IC for the Sydney East and Illawarra Division of The Salvation Army — Australia Eastern Territory (TSAAET). Neil’s portfolio includes giving oversight to the Finance, Property and Compliance teams, which support the frontline congregational and social services expressions from Palm Beach in the north of Sydney to Kiama in the south. His leadership in TSAAET, which has included appointments in PNG and Canada, has been in both local church leadership and corporate administrative roles. Neil is married to Sharon and has four children and six grandchildren.

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Neil Dawson

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Neil Dawson is born and bred in Sydney and is the Senior Pastor of Thornleigh Community Baptist Church located in the northern districts of Sydney. Neil is married to Jenny (a psychologist) and they have two sons - Luke (18) and Ben (15) . He plays golf tennis and squash and enjoys reminiscing about past dirt-bike glories.

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Neil Fisher

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): NEIL FISHER from Queensland is the CEO of the Australian Willow Creek Association. Neil is married to Carrie and they have two children Calvin and Katherine. He is interested in mountain bike riding tennis beach volleyball and reading.

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Nerida Peart

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Nerida Peart serves as an Assistant Minister at St Matthew's Anglican Church West Pennant Hills with responsibility for Young Adults and the evening service. She is driven by a desire to see all people come into relationship with the life-giving triune God Who is full of grace and mercy and love. She loves to see people thoughtfully integrate their life and faith as they live out the Gospel of the Kingdom. Nerida loves words reading fiction listening to live music travelling the world and being at the beach.

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Nesan Kistan

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Nesan Kistan with his wife Cheryl and four children Josh Sam Micah and Faith are Salvation Army Church Leaders in Sydney. They are Pastors/Officers of a multi-ethnic Church believing that God's house "Is a house of prayer for all nations.' He is passionate about seeing people come into a relationship with Jesus and seeing his community transformed by the power of God. He enjoys playing soccer running and keeping fit. He and his family love to travel the world experiencing various cultures and foods and see Christ at work.

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Nicholas Barber

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Nick Barber is Executive Pastor at GracePoint Christian Church in Randwick NSW. Prior to moving into pastoral ministry he worked as a physiotherapist. Nick's heart is to invest into and equip others to be effective ministers of the Gospel within their own spheres of influence. He longs to see believers grow deeper in love with Jesus and operating out of a place of love and acceptance rather than performance. Nick and his wife Kristy have two sons Josiah and Caleb.

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Nick Buscombe

Nick Buscombe, part time Primary School Teacher, part time Youth and Young Adults Director.
Nick works with the Church of Christ with a focus on Youth and Young Adults. Nick is passionate about seeing young people form a relationship with God that is deep and strong. Nick's hobbies include basketball, touch football, playing guitar, firewood collecting and mowing the lawns!

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Nick Hind

Nick Hind and his wife Melissa, have pastored a C3 church in Canberra for over 10 years (since 2003). They have three kids – Isaiah, Samuel and Adeline – and an excitable Labrador called Charlee. Nick is passionate about the local church and releasing people into their God-given abilities. He also has a growing interest and involvement in coaching other church leaders. To stay sane, Nick trains and coaches in Crossfit and can be found being way too picky about food and coffee.

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Nick Overton

[ Bio Updated: 04-Feb-14 ]: Nick Overton has recently relocated to his home state of Tasmania (Hobart) to transition back into the workplace after eight years in ministry roles and the completion of a Master of Arts (Theological Studies) at Regent College in Vancouver. Nick is passionate about learning to see and live all of life from God's perspective and enjoys wrestling with the important challenges of Christian engagement and influence in today's world. He is married to Natalie and they have three girls Chloe Jasmine & Sophie and a son Judah.

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Nick Patselis

Nick Patselis is married to Danica and is the minister at Salisbury Uniting Church in the northern suburbs of South Australia. Nick came to faith when a Religious Education teacher in primary school gave him a Bible that he read every night before going to bed. This led to a passion for God’s word and teaching. Other passions include empowering the church to be the movement of God bringing heaven to earth, seeing the next generation come to life and freedom in the gospel of Jesus Christ and creating environments that form the church in the emotionally healthy way of Jesus. Nick’s hobbies include reading, video games, bush walking and coffee with Danica as much as possible.

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Nicola Novell

Major Nikki Novell is a Salvation Army Officers in the Australian Southern Territory, Nikki has spent the past 12 years in Youth and Children’s Ministry and currently serves as a Corps Officer in Western Australia at The Salvation Army, Merriwa. Talking with people about their faith journey and seeing people released and growing into all God knows they can be brings incredible fulfillment. Nikki loves making and drinking great coffee with friends, travelling, walking near water and baking new and delicious treats.

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Nicola Poore

Nicola Poore is a passionate follower of Jesus who is currently serving as Corps Officer (pastor) at The Salvation Army in Macarthur, NSW. With a background in Music Education, Nicola was formerly a Music Teacher at Penrith Anglican College prior to retraining for pastoral ministry. Nicola completed her Bachelor of Theology in 2014 and has ministered as a Salvation Army Officer since 2015. Nicola is committed to life-long learning, and is currently working towards a Masters of Theology. She loves music, drama and making memories with her loved ones.

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Nigel Knowles

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Nigel Knowles is the Director of Encounter Youth; an interdenominational ministry that plans and manages the development of safe communities of celebration for young people so they can experience the love of Jesus. Encounter Youth is highly regarded for its effective management of the annual Schoolies Festival and safe partying education seminars to High School students. Nigel has a background in young adult ministry leadership and youth engagement project management within the Commonwealth government. Nigel likes to spend his free time road and track cycling.

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Nigel MacDonald

Captain Nigel MacDonald and his wife Sandy are Salvation Army Officers in the Australian Eastern Territory. They have two children; Jordan and Jorja. We are currently serving in Canberra as part of the ACT & South NSW Divisional Team. Our role focusses on youth and children in a capacity of supporting local churches and leaders. I am passionate about all things Disney, but also about seeing people life full and vibrant lives in relationship with Jesus. Nigel's interests are travelling, sport, eating ice cream and playing board games with the family.

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Niro Chang

Niro Chang is a full time church-planter with Praxeis - a community of disciples committed to making disciples and planting churches everywhere. She is married to Kelvin, and they live in the southeast suburbs of Melbourne where they minister to their neighbourhood, university students and young adults. Her passion is to see people far from God brought into real relationship with Jesus, and to see the church of God thriving as the true, radical community that Jesus started over 2,000 years ago. Niro loves to read, cook, make music with her husband Kelvin and revel in nature.

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Nona Gregory

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Nona Gregory lives in Adelaide with her husband Stephen and their three children Katherine Laura and William. She currently works as a Pastoral Care Worker for her church Blackwood Hills Baptist Village Churchand also has a private counselling practice. She is passionate about helping people find their value in Jesus Christ. Her favourite colour is red and she enjoys chilling out watching period drama and being mum to her children.

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Olivia MacLean

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Olivia Moffat is from Victoria and is Assistant Minister at St Hilary's Anglican Church Kew. She is single and enjoys good food and wine bush walking and skiing.

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Pablo Rengifo

Pablo is the Manager, Quality & Innovation at Baptist Care SA, where he has been working for the last 5 years. His (very untraditional) role has oversight of areas such as internal audit, legislative compliance, policy development, risk management, training and development, service evaluation and research. Feeling God’s call to build on His kingdom locally, Pablo changed careers moving to the NFP sector after spending 15 years in a market research career in the corporate world. Originally from beautiful Peru, Pablo lives in Adelaide with his wonderful wife Jeannett and his boys Lucas and Timoteo. He is an active member at his local Baptist Church, where he has served several years as an Elder. Pablo’s passions include reading fiction, running and encouraging fellow men.

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Paul Arnott

[ Bio Updated: 02-May-13 ]: On 4 February 2013 Paul became the Executive Director of Community Care with Churches of Christ in Victoria and Tasmania. Previously Paul has been the State Director of the Church Missionary Society in Victoria and has also worked in parish ministry and for the ABC. Paul is the chair of a Christian publishing company Acorn Press Ltd and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.

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Paul Beacham

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Paul Cavanough

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Paul Cavanough is from Tasmania where he is the State Director of Scripture Union based in Hobart. Paul is married to Jennifer and has 2 children John and Edward. Paul's hobbies are golf and garden design.

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Paul Coleman

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Paul Davey

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Paul Davey is married to Lorraine and they have three girls. He is Rector of the Anglican Parish of The Oaks. Paul loves playing soccer growing food reading good books and relaxing with his family.

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Paul de Mare

Paul de Mare is Chief Financial Officer of ACCESS Ministries, an organisation that provides chaplaincy services and Christian education in State Schools in Victoria. He is accountable for all financial reporting and, as part of the Executive team, contributes to the delivery of strategy of the organisation. Paul previously held a senior leadership position in a natural resource company in South Africa. Paul is married to Brigitte and they have two adult daughters. He enjoys reading, socialising with friends and spending time with his family.

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Paul Hateley

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Paul is the Corps Officer (senior Pastor) of The Salvation Army Rowville (Melbourne). Along with his wife Wendy he has planted a Church in Perth and has been State Leader for Youth and Children's Ministries in South Australia. He is a Father to 3 sons and is passionate about seeing people develop to their full potential through Christ.

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Paul Hunt

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Paul Hunt is from South Australia where he is Minister in charge at St Francis Anglican Church in Gawler and is Chaplain & teacher at Trinity College there. Paul is married to Lee-Ann and has 2 children Joshua and Rachael. Paul's hobbies are read ing playing with the children talking to people.

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Paul Lorimer

Paul Lorimer lives in Melbourne Victoria with his wife Robyn and their scottish terrier, Elwood. Both Paul & Robyn are Salvation Army Officers, with Paul currently appointed as Executive Officer to the National Commander Australia. Paul entered Officership 10 years ago, coming from a background of policy and project leadership with a State Government department. He enjoys reading and movies, and playing golf with friends.

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Paul Mergard

Paul Mergard is Strategy and Tactics Manager for Compassion Australia. Compassion is Australia’s third largest charity seeking to release children from poverty in Jesus’ Name. He leads the knowledge management and strategy development and implementation for Compassion’s frontline teams. Paul previously worked for The Salvation Army and KPMG. He is married to Kirsten, has two young and very energetic boys, Emmanuel and Isaiah. Paul is also a graduate of the Arrow Emerging Leaders Program (Arrow 6 – 2005/2006)

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Paul Molyneux

Paul Molyneux is National Chaplain at Mission Australia, prior to this he has was Lead Pastor at Citylife Church Knox in Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Paul serves on the Boards of Youth Alive Victoria and Billy Graham Evangelistic Association/Samaritan’s Purse. He is married to Hele and they have three children, Joshua, Katelyn and Thomas.

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Paul Quicke

Paul Quicke is the pastor at Karratha Baptist Church in the north east of WA. He is married to Alison and has 3 teenage children.

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Paul Randle

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Paul "Digger" Randle is currently involved in ministry to and with high school-aged students in a number of different contexts. The first is as Vic/Tas Co-ordinator of Vetamorphus a national discipleship program that allows young people to grow explore and develop their faith in a way that is an accredited part of their Senior Secondary schooling. The second is as a Chaplain at Somerville Secondary College a great little school he is stoked to be a part of. He is also heavily involved with Red Frogs Schoolies Chaplaincy. Digger loves nothing more than spending all summer at music festivals all winter playing footy (the real kind - AFL) and sincerely apologises for his terrible haircut in this photo. He hopes you will excuse him on account of it having been done for a good cause!

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Paul Summers

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Paul Summers heads up Missions and Evangelism at Gymea Baptist Church in Sydney. He is married to Michelle and they have a gorgeous baby boy Zac.

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Penny Aquino

Penny Aquino works with the Salvos as the Territorial Volunteer Resources Director in the Southern Territory. She is married to Norman and has one daughter called Phoebe. Penny is passionate in facilitating a collaborative and inclusive environment whereby people can contribute to the collective good and come to know the saving grace of God. Volunteering particularly with the Salvos provides a unique opportunity to bring people together for the common good of individuals and communities needing a helping hand. Penny's hobbies include gardening, walking, swimming and hanging out with friends.

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Peter Arnett

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Peter Arnett is from Queensland and is in ministry at Chermside Kedron Community Church (UCA). Peter is married to Amanda-Rose and he is interested in breeding exhibiting and judging poultry.

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Peter Barney

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Peter Barney is married to Sharon and has 2 children Connor 5 and India Rose 21 months. Peter is currently the State Director of SU Western Australia.

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Peter Blasch

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Peter Blasch is from Northern Territory and is Senior Minister of the Darwin Apostolic Church. He is married to Lesley and they have 5 children; Aaron Daniel Cameron Charlotte and Alexander. He appreciates films outdoor activities cafe crawls learning golf and walking.

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Peter Carolane

Peter is a church planter, musician and academic. In 2002, he founded Mustard, a ministry that empowers students across Victoria to do mission and discipleship in their schools. From 2004- 2012, Peter was leader of the youth and young adults’ ministry at St Hilary's Anglican Church Kew and minister of the student congregation. In 2011 he planted a new family congregation with St Hilary's in North Balwyn. And in 2013, St Hilary's sent Peter out to plant a new church, Merri Creek Anglican, where he is currently the lead minister. One of the factors that led Peter to plant in this urban area, was that this postcode, 3068, has the highest number of people in Australia indicating "no religion" on the most recent Australian Census. Peter originally trained as a classical viola player. But over the past 25 years has produced and recorded albums, and played keyboards in the Melbourne band scene. In 2009 he completed a PhD in Colonial Aboriginal mission history at the University of Melbourne, and occasionally publishes in this field. Peter is married to Jo Knight, and they have two primary school aged sons, Leo and Ezra.

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Peter Gott

Peter Gott, with his wife Rebecca, is a Salvation Army Officer in the Australian Eastern Territory. They have two daughters Sophia and Gabrielle. Peter works to support and resource children, youth and young adult leaders in the Sydney and Illawarra region to see every salvo a disciple maker. He is passionate about people connecting their life with Jesus and following him in fully devoted discipleship. Peter has skills in music and loves leading others in worship. Peter enjoys running, movies, music and the NBA.

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Peter Hobbs

Peter Hobbs, with his wife Diane, is a Salvation Army Corps Planting Officer on the Bellarine Peninsula near Geelong, Victoria. They have two children Ella and James. He currently has an apostolic ministry planting multiple missional communities around transformed lives across the Bellarine. His role has recently explanded to pioneer the Greater Geelong Missional Community networks, creating brand new ways of community development and missional engagement. His passions include discipleship, taking ordinary everday lives and seeing them transform into active disciples within a brand new missional church community. Then seeing these communities work to reform society. Pete's hobbies include video production, vlogs, drone flying, surfing, mountain bike riding, adventure family holidays and family Star Wars movies.

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Peter Jones

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Peter Jones is from New South Wales. Until recently he was Associate Pastor and Youth Minister with North West Anglican Ministries in Sydney. Peter is married to Julie-Anne and has 3 children Daniel Samuel and Rachael. Peter's hobbies are gardening motor sports and model rail.

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Peter Riggs

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Peter is from Adelaide and works as Youth Minister at Prince Alfred College and in Tertiary Ministry with the Uniting Church. Peter is married to Rachel and they have a son Joshua. He loves his music his sleep and is a big fan of Dr Who.

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Peter Roberts

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Pete Roberts is the Youth and Children's Pastor at Subiaco Church of Christ WA and has been pastoring the next generation of change agents in various communities for the past 12 years. He currently serves on the ministry team of Youth Alive WA and the Youth Vision Executive WA. Pete is 33 years old married to Elissa and has three awesome kids Tygh Charlyse and Fynn. When not involved in a formal ministry setting Pete can be found watching his beloved Dockers reading a paper at a coffee shop or indulging his mind in a quiz.

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Peter Scott

Peter Scott is currently working as the Primary Coordinator at St Luke's Grammar School, Bayview Campus. He is enjoying the challenges that this new role brings, and is looking forward to the Bayview Campus growing in student numbers and strength. He is passionate about help students to understand themselves as learners and to develop their ability to think. He enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as cooking and attending the opera.

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Peter Smith

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Peter Smith is from NSW and is Associate Minister at St Andrews Anglican Church in Roseville. He is married to Shelley and they have three children; Amanda Matthew and Hannah. He is interested in fitness surfing sports watching and fun with the family.

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Peter Staines

[ Bio Updated: 17-Jul-13 ]: Peter is married to Wendy and has 5 amazing sons. For the past 2 years he has given attention to pioneering a new ministry in Brisbane which includes a community of faith and prayer ministry (Grace Ministries). He is also the CEO of VANA Ministries.

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Phanin Soeur

Phanin Soeur, he is married to Juliet, they have 3 Kids; Bethany, Elijah and Noah. He is currently working full-time at Clayton Church of Christ (Melbourne) as the "Service, Communications, and Worship Director." His passion is to see people worship our Lord Jesus through the way we live our lives. God always deserves our best, so this area of ministry was the perfect fit for him to always represent the Church to the community in the best way possible. Phanin enjoys spending time with his family (especially taking road trips), messing with technology, playing music, soccer and having a hit of golf now and then.

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Phil Blair

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Phil Blair is married to Sharon and they have two young boys. He is team leader at Green Point Baptist Church and relishes the challenge of making Christ known throughout the Central Coast of New South Wales. He loves good music food AFL footy (Cats) and the beach.

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Phil Thomson

Phil Thomson is a leadership coach, trainer and speaker accredited with the John Maxwell Team. His wife Bel is a singer, songwriter and speaker and together they travel Australia, ministering in churches of all denominations as well as conferences and schools. Phil loves facilitating the growth of pastors, ministry and business leaders, so that they and their organisations can thrive. Phil enjoys the beach and is a passionate supporter of Liverpool FC.

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Philip Hamilton

Philip Hamilton and his wife Belle have recently moved to Melbourne from the UK where he worked for The Leprosy Mission. Philip now works as the International Program Manager for TLM Australia where he is building relationships and capacity with partners and implementing projects in the Pacific, south east Asia and Africa. He is passionate about social justice, particularly those affected by leprosy and disability. Philip and Belle are both passionate about investing in discipleship and encouraging followers of Jesus. In his spare time, Philip enjoys skiing, water sports and travelling to new parts of the world with Belle.

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Philip Lindsay

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Philip Lindsay is from ACT where he is the Schools Work Co-ordinator for Scripture Union and goes to the Uniting Church Weston Creek. Philip is married to Toni. Philip's hobbies are outdoor activities and music.

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Philip Messenger

Philip is married to Jenny and together they have three children. Phil is fulfilling God's call on his life as the Ministry Assistant at Box Hill Salvos church. He is most passionate about coaching leaders so they can find longevity and resilience in ministry, relationships and calling. In order to relax, Phil enjoys watching and umpiring Australian Rules, and also watching really bad TV shows.

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Philip Morris

Philip is married with three young children and has lived in Sydney for the last three years. Originally from the UK, the Morris family spent two years in Nepal working for a Christian development organisation before coming to Australia to take up a role with the same organisation. Philip trained as an engineer, but has spent the last eight years as a manager and administrator and is now more familiar with a mouse than a screwdriver. Philip enjoys being outdoors and active, counting running and cycling as hobbies. Philip is blessed to have grown up in a strong Christian family and has much to give thanks for.

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Philippa Lowe

Philippa Lowe is operations manager at FEBC Australia, an effective, life-changing mission that uses radio, internet and short-wave to empower and inspire people to become followers of Jesus. Operating in over 50 countries throughout the world, FEBC reaches the least, the last and the forgotten: feeding hearts, engaging communities, bringing hope and changing lives. Philippa is married to Tony and they have two children, Sebastian and Grace. A former journalist and publicist, Philippa's passion is for authentic story-telling that inspires and motivates others to take action. Her hobbies include blogging, running, scuba diving and reading for growth, escapism and relaxation.

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Phill Pickering

Phill Pickering is the National Network Manager for Chrisitians Against Poverty Australia. He is married to Bek, together they have two bouncy boys and they live in Newcastle, NSW. As well as being a part of the senior leadership team, his role sees him stewarding the vision of CAP (to empower the church to serve the poor and save the lost) with CAP regional staff across Australia. Practically this is outworked by seeing churches run debt counselling, unemployment services and addiction release coaching. His passions are in strategic leadership and seeing hope and transformation in people's lives through them walking with Jesus. Phill's passions are his family and friends, soccer and tennis, dodgy DIY projects and playing the guitar.

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Phillip Meulman

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Phillip has been an ordained Anglican Minister for the past 7 years and has been at St. Bart's since February 2001. He is married to Barbara and has three children (Anna Joshua and Laura) and one crazy Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (Oily). He graduated from Ridley College Melbourne in 1996 and has been working in the diocese of Melbourne since that time. He is currently a member of the Melbourne Men's Convention organising committee and spends time on the local School Council committee.

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Priah Dean

[ Bio Updated: 02-Feb-12 ]: With a new role of planting for The Salvation Army in Aldinga SA 2012 looks set to be an exciting and faith building year. Priah is (so far) enjoying life by the beach (850m back from the shoreline apparently!) and is in anticipation of what God will do

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Prins Ralston

Dr Prins Ralston DJS, LLM, LLB, BBus(Comp), BBus(Acc), FACS, FCPA, FAICD, Executive Service Delivery, Mission Australia and a Director of Working Links (UK). Prins joined Mission Australia in 2010 as Executive Leader Employment, assisting more than 150,000 Australians each year. As Executive Services, he is responsible for delivery of housing, early learning, community and employment services across Australia. Prins grew up in and was schooled in Darwin and Nhulunbuy. Prins qualified as IT professional and Certified Practising Accountant. Prins went on to manage large-scale IT and software development facilities as CIO and CFO across a number of organisations. At the Northern Territory University he led Management and Information Services, he also developed skills in the successful commercialisation of research. During the 1990s Prins led the Information Technology and Communication Profession in Australia and South East Asia and represented Australia at the UNESCO-founded International Federation of Information Processing, based in Vienna. Reflecting his personal desire to help break down the emerging Digital Divide, as Chair of the Publications for IFIP he actively led the publication of advances in technology, communications, business processes and practices internationally over a ten year period. Prins is a Doctor of Juridical Science, a Master of Laws and is admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor in QLD and NT. He has previously been a partner with national firms Clayton Utz and Gadens Lawyers. Prins started in employment services in 2000 at Work Directions (INGEUS). In 2006, he established Employment Services Holdings (ESH). As CEO and MD, he grew the group into one of Australia’s most successful providers, through 107 centres across Australia and the UK.

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Quentin Loke

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Quentin Loke is the Youth Pastor of Full Gospel Assembly Melbourne.

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Rael Cartledge

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Rael Cartledge is passionate about nurturing and seeing people grow as people and in their relationship with God. She moved to the Northern Territory 11 years ago from a country Victorian town when she allowed God to redirect her steps. For seven years she worked in Alice Springs and served in the Baptist Church with Sunday school a Bible Study and girls group. Within weeks of God challenging her to make a commitment to the indigenous people of Australia her employer had transferred her to a remote community. Rael loves spending time with her family singing praises walking sunrises and sunsets reading and horse riding through bush.

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Raewyn Grigg

Raewyn Grigg, along with husband Elwyn, is a Salvation Army officer in the Australia Eastern Territory. They have four adult children and five grandchildren. She is currently the Director of Stanmore House, a training and conference facility close to the Sydney CBD. Raewyn is passionate about education and training, particularly in the area of mission, and wants to see people equipped and inspired to grow in their relationship with Jesus. Hobbies include reading and music, especially playing the piano.

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Ralph Mayhew

[ Bio Updated: 02-Feb-12 ]: I am the Young Adults Minister at Newlife Uniting Church in Robina on the Gold Coast. My passion is to see Young Adults engage with Jesus and as a result go out and change the world alongside Him in His power. It's so exciting to see this happen!

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Ray Young Goh

[ Bio Updated: 29-Feb-12 ]: Senior Product Actuary TAL Life Limited http://au.linkedin.com/in/younggoh

Blog: au.linkedin.com/in/younggoh
Twitter: YoungRGoh

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Rebecca Fisher

Rebecca Fisher has been heavily involved in ministry at Essendon Baptist Community Church for over seven years. She currently leads the ‘mainly music’ ministry and is responsible for the programming of Big Events, such as the Community Christmas Carols. She is passionate about outreach, worship and encouraging others to love and serve Jesus wholeheartedly. Rebecca also serves on the Board of ‘mainly music Australia’ Rebecca and her husband Tim have three children – Brent, Harry and Zoe. Rebecca enjoys singing, eating Indian food and family holidays to the beach.

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Rebecca Gott

Rebecca Gott, with her husband Peter, is a Salvation Army Officer in Miranda. She is a hard-working, passionate Christ follower, committed to growing faith where it happens and equipping disciples to make more disciples. Rebecca loves family fiercely, with Peter and two beautiful girls, Sophia and Gabrielle, they invite others to participate. Rebecca loves living close to the beach, enjoys a slow jog and a good boardgame with friends!

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Rebecca Jardine

Rebecca Jardine is a traditional Melbourne coffee fiend, and can often be found with a book in cafes on the Mornington Peninsula.

Rebecca divides her working week between the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Gateway Church in Seaford, where she loves working on compliance and governance developments, particularly around the Gateway Children's Fund work in Papua New Guinea. She also runs the Christians Against Poverty budgeting courses, and volunteers with the technical production ministry and the Alpha course team.

In addition to being an oldest sister, an honourary auntie, a very poor gardener, and quite a good cook, Rebecca has recently discovered Pokemon Go!

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Rebecca Naoum

Bec Naoum currently works as the Team Leader for BaptistCare HopeStreet's Women's Services in Sydney. Bec's role is to provide professional support to women who face marginalisation within the community as well as support the Women's Services team. Bec, along with her husband Ryan help to run the Young Adults ministry out of their local church, Thrive Community. Bec is passionate about seeing people empowered to be who they are called to be as well as seeing women in particular come to know their inherent worth and value. Bec enjoys spending quality time with her friends and family and good food and wine.

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Rebekah Sellars

Reno Elms

Reno Elms is from South Australia where he is church planting at Happy Valley Salvation Army Community Church. He is married to Roslyn and they have 3 children, Josiah, Samuel and Levi

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Rhys Bezzant

[ Bio Updated: 01-Dec-11 ]: I am working at Ridley Melbourne teaching Church History and Theology. My particular passion is Jonathan Edwards! He gets so much right about church spirituality openness to culture and Reformed thinking. See www.ridley.edu.au/jec

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Richard Botta

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Richard Botta is from NSW and is Pastor of the Christian City Church Epping. He is married to Susan and has three children; Sophie Annique and Matthew. He enjoys Rugby and tennis.

Richard Bruce

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Richard is married to Daniell and is father to Isabella born in Oct 2004. He works with the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne as the Youth Facilitator. Richard is passionate about mentoring coaching building ministries and evangelism. His hobbies include waterskiing camping rock-climbing and family.

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Richard Condie

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Richard Condie is from Victoria where he is a lecturer in New Testament at Ridley College in Melbourne. Richard is married to Helen and has one child Sarah. Richard's hobbies are cycling gym work and wood working.

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Richard Earley

Richard Earley is the Associate Director of CMS South Australia/Northern Territory. He is married to Caroline and they have four young children. He manages the business and daily operations of the CMS SANT office, as well as overseeing the planning and coordination of events. Richard is deeply committed to supporting and facilitating long-term cross-cultural gospel work and workers, and contributing to the good governance of mission and ministry organisations. In his spare time, he ferries his children to various extra-curricular activities and pushes them on the giant tree swing at home.

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Richard O'Brien

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Richard O?Brien is from Victoria where he is a pastor at Croydon Hills Presbyterian Church Melbourne. Richard is married to Rosemary and has 2 Children Madeline and Emily. Richard?s hobbies are tennis gold eating through the Melbourne Cheap Eats guide.

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Richard Shrapnel

Dr Richard Shrapnel PhD is an Executive Director/Partner at Pitcher Partners Melbourne within the Business Consulting team. Richard's areas of expertise are business strategy, organisational competitiveness, business growth, succession, probity and governance.

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Rob Feeney

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Rob is currently the Senior Pastor at Gracepoint Christian Church Randwick where he has a heart to see the Church become the life blood of the local community. Rob is married to Marguerite and has two girls Melodie (7) and Malia (5). He loves sport the movies and renovating.

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Rob Imberger

[ Bio Updated: 07-Mar-12 ]: Rob tries to make much of Jesus as a husband father and assistant pastor. So his loves are God wife Camille daughters Evie & Harper and South East Bendigo Anglican Church where he''s equipping young adults to love the gospel. Coffee & puns also rate.

Blog: https://robbingburger.wordpress.com/
Twitter: robbingburger

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Robert Campbell

Robert Campbell joined Mission Australia as Executive Leader, Organisational Performance in 2011 and spent time evaluating the most appropriate and efficient business and delivery models for service delivery within Mission Australia. As Executive, Engagement, Rob is accountable for all business growth and revenue generation by leveraging our lead expertise and position within sector. Rob previously held senior management roles in Macquarie Bank and Alcatel-Lucent.

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Robyn Smartt

Robyn Smartt, with her husband Howard, is a Salvation Officer in the Australian Eastern Territory. They have 2 adult sons Matt who is married to Hannah and Chris. Robyn has been an Officer for 32 years and has had a variety of appointments. Her background is in teaching, pastoral ministry and clinical counselling. Currently her appointment is Divisional Personnel Secretary for NSW/ACT. Robyn is passionate about emotional and spiritual health and helping those in ministry to deal with the barriers so they can be free to grow and develop. I love walking on the beach, breathing the sea air and enjoying good coffee with friends and family. Music is life-giving and replenishing.

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Rod Chiswell

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): ROD CHISWELL from NSW is the Senior Minister at St Andrew's Walcha. Rod is married to Jenni and they have a son Samuel. He enjoys tennis. touch footy shooting reading and movies.

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Rod Thom

[ Bio Updated: 01-Jan-11 ]: Rod Thom is the Youth Pastor at Lifestreams Church and the director of Youth Vision the youth arm of the Churches of Christ Western Australia . He is married to Leanne and they have three energetic boys Lewis Noah and Jackson.

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Roger Bray

[ Bio Updated: 19-Feb-12 ]: I am the senior minister in the Anglican Parish of Newtown with Erskineville Sydney

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Rohan Dredge

[ Bio Updated: 16-May-12 ]: Currently serving as Senior Minister at Careforce Church in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. Married to Megan since 1997 father to Zarriah Grace since 2010 and expecting #2 in May 2012. Knows less about leadership now than a decade ago ;)

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Ronnie Fung

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ronnie Fung was born in Hong Kong moved to Ecuador and settled in New York by the age of five. While pursuing a career in engineering he was called into church ministry work one day on a short-term missions trip. In 2004 Ronnie graduated from Alliance Theological Seminary with a Masters of Arts in Intercultural Studies and began serving as a youth pastor. Shortly after he married his wife Christa and the Lord opened an opportunity for them to serve at a church in Perth Australia. Ronnie is currently serving as the worship and young adults pastor at Subiaco Church of Christ. He and Christa have two children Jayden and Makayla and are expecting another boy this year. Ronnie enjoys mentoring discipling and equipping others to be difference makers in the world. He also loves his sports; in particular the NBA and NFL. His ideal would be to mentor and disciple others while hitting a round of golf.

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Rosie Kendall

Rosie Kendall is the CEO of Christians Against Poverty (CAP), Australia. She has 2 daughters Esther and Lydia and another baby on the way. Rosie is passionate about seeing the Church of Australia empowered to bring practical help and the Good news of Jesus to individuals and families across Australia. She believes that the gospel comes alive within the community and is excited about seeing the Church inspired, equipped and resourced with the tools to bring generational transformation. Rosie enjoys adventures with her family and quiet afternoons reading a great book.

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Ross Sutherland

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Ross Sutherland is pastor of the Alliance multisite church in Canberra. He desires to see the gospel penetrate cities like his around the world that are medium sized postmodern and middle class. He leads a young vibrant church encouraging them to serve their community to demonstrate the love of God. He is married to Fiona and has three amazing children.

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Rowan Garner

Rowan is married to Haylee and they have a daughter Molly. Rowan is the Director of Studies at the Anglican Schools Corporation. He and his family reside in Dubbo and have family connections to Newcastle. Rowan is passionate about developing young people to thrive and participate as active citizens and followers of Jesus.
Rowan enjoys fishing, kayaking, reading and Rugby Union.

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Roxane Lawler

Roxane Lawler is married to Mark, and they have three children. Roxane works at Gymea Baptist Church in Sydney’s South as the Children’s Ministry Coordinator and her passion is to see people grow and thrive while using their gifts and talents in serving God. She believes disciple-making and evangelism with children, families and young people is one of the best strategic moves a church can make. She loves walking outdoors, laughing and creativity.

Roz Trestrail

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Russ Cooke

Russ Cooke was born in the US and moved to Australia in 2002 when he married Marita. Together they have two boys, Samuel and Sebastian, and live in the Blue Mountains. Russ is the Strategic Director of Change in The Salvation Army (TSA) Eastern Territory, responsible for developing and implementing the Forward Together Strategic Plan and associated organisational change activities. Russ is an Industrial-Organisational Psychologist who has primary specialised in the area of Change Management in not-for-profit organisations to facilitate large-scale organisational reform and change initiatives. Outside of work Russ focuses on trying to love his family and community well, which includes involvement in the boys basketball and soccer, school performance events, music (currently learning the Ukulele), outdoor activities such as camping, hiking and biking, and church leadership and events.

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Russell LLoyd

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Russell Lloyd is the Creative Director of Mustard Leadership Australia designing and developing programs and resources to support Christian students and explore the gospel with young people in high schools. His passion is creative worship and he spends much of his time and energy creating and curating alternative worship spaces installations and events. Russell also runs a creative space in Brunswick which is home to 13 other artists and creatives a community workshop and the Brunswick tool library as well as heading up The Village which runs arts festivals throughout Australia.

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Russell Thomas

Russell Thomas is the Deputy Principal at The Lakes Christian College near Penrith NSW and has been teaching for 20 years. He and his wife Lorraine and their three children Amanda, Matthew and Ben live in Camden NSW. They have lived in the Macarthur Area for over 30 years, except for three years when they worked and studied in California USA. Prior to teaching Russell was a Youth Pastor and has a passion for sharing the love of God revealed through the salvation work of Jesus Christ with young people. He enjoys participating and watching all sports and hanging out with his family.

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Ruth Hampton

Ruth Hampton is the Territorial HR Manager for The Salvation Army — Australia Eastern Territory. She leads a HR team that is responsible for the 4,500 employees, in a huge variety of roles within the Territory. Previously, a Salvation Army Officer, Ruth is married to Keith, has two married adult children and two brand new grandchildren. She enjoys her family, spending time with friends and reading.

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Ruth Lara

Ruth Lara is currently the Youth Pastor of Fungus Youth Group at Full Gospel Assembly, Melbourne. Her passions include equipping and empowering the next generation to love God and love others, as well as seeing young people develop in their giftings. Ruth’s hobbies include baking, reading, brush lettering and exploring different parks around Victoria.

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Ruth Lewis-Jones

Ruth Lewis-Jones is the founder, designer and CEO of Esteem Designz + ChooseREAL Campaign - where she has the absolute privilege to create interactive platforms and resources to equip and empower girls and women in our communities. Based in Sydney, she also works as a school chaplain, youth worker, designer, and is involved in numerous ministries. She has a huge passion for teenage girls and desires to be a solution to the ever-increasing issues they face, helping them confidently be all that God has called and created them to be. Her hobbies include anything creative, cooking and eating, and exploring God's creation.

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Ruth Limkin

[ Bio Updated: 01-Jan-11 ]: Ruth is a freelance journalist and she is pastor for evangelism and discipleship at Nexus Church in Brisbane Queensland with her husband Stephen. Together they want to see a whole generation empowered to change their world.

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Ryan Naoum

Ryan is the community leader for St johns Community Services, out of which is manages a restaurant called Rough Edges, for people experiencing homelessness and marginalisation. Together with his wife Rebecca, they run the young adults ministry at thrive community church in Caringbah. Ryan has a passion for seeing people take action in helping the needy and seeing Jesus at work in the unchurched sections of society. His interest include surfing and footy.

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Sally Vimpany

Sally Coombes currently works on the ministry team at Newtown Erskineville Anglican Church in Sydney. Her role involves leading teams involved in welcoming and integrating people into the life of the church, leading and pastoring women, as well as general pastoral oversight of the church with the ministry team. Sally loves meeting new people, hearing their stories and seeing them find their place in God's family. She is also passionate about walking beside women and encouraging them to grow in their love and service of Christ, even for the first time! In her spare time, Sally loves to escape to the beach for a surf or kayak, as well as spend time with friends and family.

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Sam Hearn

New Arrow Bio (Sept 2016): Sam Hearn along with his wife Cherie live life and love people as part of a missional church in a low socio-economic neighbourhood on the Mornington Peninsula. He is also the National Director of SURRENDER Australia, a partnership based organisation that seeks to inspire a movement of Christians to live the way of Jesus through mission and justice. He is passionate about seeking the Kingdom, connecting the church with the broader community, and knowing God intimately. He also loves surfing, camping, and playing and watching sport.

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Sam Pursell

Sam Pursell is married to Susan and they have a son Edward. He is the Assistant Minister at St Mark's Anglican Church in Bellerive, Tasmania. His focus is on making disciples of Christ with children, youth and young adults, and loves to see people change through the teaching of the Bible. Sam's current hobbies are mountain and road biking, running and (very occasionally) surfing.

Sam Thiele

Sam Thiele is the Youth and Young Adults Minister at Door of Hope Christian Church, a Church of Christ in Launceston. He and his wife Bec, have a son, Judah. Sam loves to see people discovering and living in God’s Kingdom #1 is JOY!. Sam plays golf, Frisbee and runs a media and marketing business. He has also worked as a a commercial producer for Channel Seven and loves vision casting and building culture. His parents and one of his sisters are also ministers in the Anglican Church. Sam’s favourite season is Summer, and he enjoys wearing hats (inside and out!)

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Samuel Crane

Sam is an Associate Minister at Ormond Anglican Church, in the south-east of Melbourne. He loves to see people radically following after Jesus, living to bring God glory in all they do and pointing everyone they meet to Jesus. In his current role, Sam does this as he preaches and teaches from the Bible, transitions bible studies into communities on mission, builds and equips disciples of Jesus, and increases outreach and social engagement through the Hope Food Drive. Sam delights in the three girls in his life, Belle his wife, and their two daughters, Eva and Enid. Together they love going on adventures in the everyday, reading books, tinkering in the garden, frequenting cafes, exploring the world around them, and laughing lots.

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Sandy Jones

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Sandra Jones is from Victoria and serves as associate minister with responsibility for youth and young adults at St Matthew's Anglican Church in Geelong. She is also chaplain at Deakin University. She is single and her interests are theatre and films talking with friends and scuba diving.

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Sandy Wheeler

Sandy Wheeler lives with her husband Scott in North West Sydney. She is the Deputy Head of Junior School at Thomas Hassall Anglican College. Sandy loves to play the drums and sings in the church band at Northmead Anglican. She is often fishing on the family boat in Sydney Harbour or down the South Coast, seeking the next big catch and enjoying the slow pace the water offers.

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Sarah Baggaley

Sarah Baggaley, with her husband Kyle, is the Lead Pastor at Austin Cove Community Church in South Yunderup, Western Australia. They have three children, Dylan, Kaylee and Seth. Sarah has a passion for the local church and enjoys empowering people to step into their God-given purpose. She loves challenging the status quo and thinking outside the box, and is known for her down-to-earth, real and relatable personality. Sarah enjoys singing, dancing, netball and theme parks.

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Sarah French

Sarah French is the Director for Next Generations Ministry at Riverton Baptist Community Church in Perth, Western Australia. Sarah loves coffee, hanging out with friends, spoiling her beautiful niece and nephew, and playing guitar. She loves the beach, camping, and exploring new places at home and abroad. Sarah is passionate about the local church and about young people finding their purpose in Jesus.

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Sarah Plummer

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Sarah Plummer is from NSW and is Assistant Minister at St James Anglican Church in Croydon. She is married to Craig and enjoys coffee shops reading gardening and sport.

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Sarah Somerville

Sarah Somerville is currently based in Newcastle with her husband Glen after recently moving to the area from Brisbane for Glen's work with the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Prior to this, Sarah was the Executive Manager for Nexus Care, a not-for-profit organisation affiliated with Nexus Church, supporting individuals and families facing poverty and distress on Brisbane's Northside. With 15 years experience in the health and non-profit sector, Sarah is passionate about seeing the Church effectively engage with the local community, creating opportunities for those in hardship to receive love, support and a life changing relationship with Jesus. Sarah enjoys travelling, fishing and spending time with friends, family and her beloved dog, Molly! Glen and Sarah are expecting a beautiful baby girl in November this year.

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Sarah Starrenburg

Sarah believes ideas change everything, and loves helping people access and engage with powerful ideas. For many years she has worked with United Bible Societies, where she is currently involved in global strategy development and communication. Prior to this, she has worked in teaching and ministry, including three years at Nexus Church while she completed her Master of Arts in Theological Studies. She is passionate about the health of the local community, and volunteers as chair of the fundraising and marketing committee for Nexus Care, a local poverty alleviation charity in Brisbane. Sarah is an avid reader and writes both in a freelance capacity and for adeliberatelife.org.

Blog: http://adeliberatelife.org

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Sarie King

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Sarie King is from NSW and is Pastor Lecturer and Dean of Students at Mary Andrews College Newtown. She is single and enjoys walking reading swimming movies travelling people time music and anything on Africa.

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Scott Berry

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Scott Berry is Associate Pastor of Enfield Baptist Church in the areas of Young Adults Young Families and Pastoral Care. He also works part-time as an Occupational Therapist and is husband to Jasmine and father to Charlotte and Theo. Scott is a keen indie music fan and writes for Adelaide street press 'dB magazine'. He passionately hates pokies injustice and coffee.

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Scott Ellery

Scott Ellery is an Officer (minister) in The Salvation Army and is currently the Divisional Youth, Children and Candidates Secretary for WA. He shares this role with his wife Leah, and they have two young boys, Noah and Callum. Previously Scott has been a Corps Officer in Merriwa for 6 years, a youth Minister for 5 years and a full time actor before then. Scott is passionate about seeing people come to know Jesus, find purpose in him and see their lives transformed for his glory.

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Scott Joy

Scott Joy with his wife Clare, has a daughter Emily and son Harrison. He currently works at the Churches of Christ Sport & Recreation Association (CCSRA) operated Warwick Stadium sports facility in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. He is tasked with managing the operations for this significant and expanding local sporting facility whilst continuing to build a vibrant and growing 'third place' community. His passions include family and seeing people connected and building relationships with lasting results for God's kingdom. Scott's hobbies include sport, travel, food, movies and spending time with family.

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Scott Lindsay

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Scott Lindsay is from Victoria where he is a Presbyterian church planter in Bundoora and Chaplain at La Trobe University. Scott is married to Lisa and has 3 children Stephen Kathryn and Emily. Scott's hobbies are basketball watching cricket and music.

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Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison along with his wife Sarah are currently church planting with Praxeis in Melbourne's outer eastern suburbs, and preparing to head overseas to plant churches in an unreached region of southeast Asia. Scott's passions include sharing the Gospel with non-believers, and seeing other Christians do likewise. Scott loves fitness, and is becoming increasingly involved in the sport of powerlifting — trying to lift heavy things and putting them back down again.

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Scott Muir

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Scott Muir is married to Rebecca and they have three young children. Scott is the assistant minister at Central Presbyterian Church in Ipswich where he grew up and came to faith. In 2009 he will become Senior Minister at this church a role he is excited and petrified about. Scott loves playing music checking out live music shows and just hanging out with his family.

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Scott Pilgrim

Scott Pilgrim commenced as Executive Pastor at Crossway in February 2017 and before that he served for ten years in senior management roles at BaptistCare NSW & ACT. His background includes church pastoral leadership, denominational leadership roles and working as a print journalist. Scott is a passionate and experienced leader with extensive experience in team leadership, operational management and communications. He is a gifted preacher and writer, with a passion to see people experience Jesus. He is a married to Megan and they have eight children.

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Scott Sanders

Scott Sanders is the CEO of Common Grace, an online movement of 30,000 Australian Christians passionate about Jesus and justice and working towards a world greater marked by God's ultimate plan for His people and His creation. Married to Libby – who works at World Vision – they both share a heart for the marginalised and unheard voices in our society, and the Christian mission to love, serve and defend those facing injustice. Any spare time Scott finds is filled with his latest fascination, be it bread baking, star-gazing or whiskey distilling.

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Scott Wellard

Scott Wellard is married to Rachel and father to Elijah. Scott is currently planting a church in Liverpool for the Apostolic movement in the UK. Previously Scott was the regional director at Harvest Bible College and Associate Pastor of Life! Central in Cranbourne. He is also a former High-Risk Youth Worker. Scott has a Bachelor of Ministry from Harvest Bible College and is currently studying a masters in ministry. Scott loves the Geelong Cats and the world of specialty coffee.

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Shandri Brown

Shandri Brown, along with her husband Nate work for the Salvation Army from its Eastern Territorial Headquarters. Shandri coordinates training for youth and children's ministry leaders throughout QLD, NSW & ACT, while Nate coordinates Street Teams in cooperation with the city of Sydney. They have three children Leonard, Mercy and Nora. Shandri's passions include young people and partnering with them on their discipleship journey, short-term missions, and hospitality. Her hobbies include reading, shopping, motorcycling and trips to the park with pre-schoolers.

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Shane Dirks

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Shane Dirks is celebrating his 18th year of following Jesus with the commencement of his Arrow journey. He is married with 3 children and as a husband and dad he loves the way his ministry role as Student Ministries Director/Young Adults Minister at St Paul's Castle Hill synchronises his whole life. "For me it's all about making disciples! We want to help those disciples transition through the various stages and significant development points of life. There is a great importance to challenge every disciple at each stage to consistently ask themselves 'Why has God placed me here for such a time as this?'" Shane is reluctant to list his hobbies as these appear to be in constant flux.

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Sharon Clanfield

Sharon has a passion for the word of God and loves how it comes alive and how it is still relevant for us today. Using her experience and training in coaching and mentoring, Sharon also has a passion to come alongside leaders helping them to grow deeper in their relationship with God and developing their leadership capacity. Sharon and her husband Neil are Salvation Army officers currently serving as Area Officers in Queensland. Sharon loves spending time with family and is enjoying this special time in her life being a grandmother. She loves to bike ride, relax at coffee shops and watch good movies.

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Sharyn White

Sharyn White serves as the Welcome and Kids Hope Co-ordinator at Werribee Baptist Church in Victoria where she attends with her husband, Scott and their three children, Harrison, Riley and Alexandra. Sharyn is passionate about the local church and believes that, at its best, it is a powerful conduit of truth and grace. She enjoys teaching, helping to create inclusive and welcoming environments and facilitating connections between the church and the local community. Sharyn loves reading, romantic dinners with her husband and travel, none of which she gets to do nearly enough!

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Shaun Potts

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Shaun Potts is from New South Wales where he is an itinerant evangelist for Gospel Communications and works out of Gymea Baptist Church. Shaun is married to Wendy. Shaun?s hobbies are surfing and diving.

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Shey Hall

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Shey Hall is Young Adults Pastor of Diamond Valley Baptist Church. She is married to Robert and mum to four boys Wesley Lucas Damon and Callum. Shey has a passion for pastoral care and empowering young adults to embrace Jesus entirely. She loves music movies and hanging out with her boys.

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Silas Dassakis

Silas Dassakis is the Payroll Manager at Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation which is based in Hurstville. He is married to Soula and together they have two daughters Patrice and Angelique and live in Kingsgrove. Silas and his family attend St Stephanos Greek Orthodox Church in Hurlstone Park, where they hear the work of God and continue to grow on their christian journey. Silas has a passion for travelling and when not travelling he enjoys spending time with his family, looking after the garden and caring for his pets (2 turtles, 2 cockatiels, and dog). Silas also spends alot of his time volunteering at his girls' school.

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Simeon Hoffmann

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Simeon Hoffmann has been in ministry four about seven years within The Salvation Army predominantly focussing on work with youth and young adults. Starting out in a short-term mission team Simeon now works in Indigenous ministries in Ipswich. Having worked in many different cultures Simeon is passionate about breaking down cultural barriers within the Church and working with the poor and marginalised. Simeon is married to the beautiful Lisa and together they have four daughters (Anaya Mercy Shiloh and Esther) four chickens tropical fish and a dog. As a hobby Simeon loves sport especially "real" football Rugby League.

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Simon Duke

Simon Duke is the Project Manager for World Vision's Warlpiri Early Childhood Care & Development Project. Based in Alice Springs, Simon is working with a team of World Vision staff and Warlpiri leaders to serve children and families in four remote communities. Simon has a Masters Degree in International and Community Development and Bachelor of Environmental Management. Simon had roles at Clovercrest Baptist as well as being the Church Partnerships Manager for World Vision in SA previous to his current role. He and his wife Hehlee have two children.

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Simon Fua

Simon Fua, with his wife Stacey Fua help oversee Island Breeze Rugby Plus in Melbourne. They have three children, Taimane, Gideon and Noa. He currently helps oversee Island Breeze Rugby Plus which is a ministry of Youth With A Mission International (YWAM). He has a heart for discipleship, loves that sport can unify people. Using the sport of Rugby to disciple nations and impact communities. Loves God! Loves Family! Loves Rugby and most importantly, Loves Food! (In that order)

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Simon George

Simon is married to Emma and they have 3 children; Lachie, Tommy and Charlotte. Simon started teaching in 2000 and after working as a primary school teacher for 4 years he attended Bible college to complete a Graduate Diploma in Bible and Ministry. Simon and Emma moved to Kazakhstan as volunteers in 2006. Simon's overseas ministry included teaching in an orphanage, teaching English, and mentoring and encouraging Kazakh church leaders. Simon and Emma returned to Australia in 2010 and Simon worked part time as Pastor of Children and Families for 18 months before returning to teaching in 2011. He is passionate about Middle Schooling and excited about teaching at Blakes Crossing Christian College in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.

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Simon Hood

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Simon Hood is from NSW and is Creative Director of Logosdor Ltd a ministry which is focussed on Evangelism amongst children and Families. He is married to Penny and enjoys coffee shops gardening and art.

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Simon Peter Hyland

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Simon Hyland is the Youth Minister & Music Director for the Catholic Parish of Pittwater Mona Vale and Avalon. He has been in this role for the last 5 _ years. For 10 years prior to becoming a youth minister Simon had a professional career in theatre film and television. His experience includes Miss Saigon Hot Shoe Shuffle Show Boat The Boy from Oz and Hair the musical. He was in the film South Pacific and for 3 years was the host of Nick Junior on Foxtel Digital. Simon has a Bachelor of Arts in Music plus a Diploma in youth ministry and evangelisation. He is married to Emma and has three children: Samson Poppy and Jude. He loves going out to dinner going to the beach with the kids and playing golf.

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Simone Turner

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Simone Turner and her husband are the founding pastors of Activate Church in Melbourne a vibrant church motivated by the mission to lead people into Jesus way of life. She is passionate about seeing people become disciples of Jesus Christ and has written a book for young girls called No Ordinary Girl. Simone is married to Corey and they have three beautiful children.

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Sita Matthews

[ Bio Updated: 21-Jan-13 ]: I am in Canberra ministering at the Good Shepherd Anglican Church Curtin with my husband Guy. I lead the Women's Ministry and Children's Ministry (unpaid) and work part-time as a lab assistant at Trinity Christian School. I love running and cycling.

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Stanley Fetting

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Stan Fetting is from Northern Territory and is Pastor of the Darwin Baptist Church. He is married to Julie and they have 4 children Megan Bethany Lauren and Emma. His interests are sport gym current affairs and music.

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Stefan Maslen

Stefan Maslen is a campus pastor for Crosslife Baptist’s Highland Reserve campus on the Gold Coast. He is married to Belinda and they have three children – Elijah, Ava and Elliana. The Highland Reserve campus is a two-year-old church plant within Crosslife’s multi-site structure. Stefan loves being involved in a church plant and wants to see many more happen in his lifetime, through which many will come to know Jesus. Stefan’s hobbies include basketball, movie watching, helping his son construct lego and unstructured time with his family.

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Stephanie Hill

Steph is a talented youth worker who has lived onsite at Fusion’s accommodation and Support service on the Mornington Peninsula for 4.5 years. She is a visionary, with a passion to equip people to respond to injustice. She has built Fusion’s fundraising program on the Mornington Peninsula’ and spearheads events like Sleep In Your Car. Her heart to facilitate spaces where community members can understand and respond to complex issues makes her a talented fundraiser. Recently, Steph has stepped into a national fundraising role with Fusion Australia, establishing a new role and supporting structural shifts to support the sustainability of their work.

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Stephanie Judd

Stephanie is married to Andrew Judd. Stephanie is currently the Archdall Preaching Scholar with Evangelism and New Churches in the Sydney Anglican Diocese. As the scholar, Stephanie travels to different churches and groups in Sydney to preach as an itinerant preacher. She is also in her final year at Moore Theological College where she is completing her Bachelor of Divinity. Stephanie is particularly passionate about seeing women grow in their knowledge and love of God and finding joy in living for Christ in all things. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys classical singing, goes for runs, and drinks good coffee.

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Stephen Anderson

Stephen is married to Julie, and together they relish raising their three daughters. Stephen is now serving as the rector at All Saints', Oatley West, in the St George region of southern Sydney. He is currently enjoying a little bit of astronomy, a little bit of cycling, a little bit of the West Wing, and of reading, and of dreaming of mountains and beaches; but he especially loves being his family's dad.

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Stephen Bloor

At the time of joining Arrow, Stephen Bloor was the Rector of Bateau Bay Anglican Church, but in October 2014, he became Parish Priest of the Parishes of Salisbury and Parafield Gardens in Adelaide. Stephen is married to Adele, and they have three children – Jasmine, Henry and Grace. Stephen’s passions are organisational development and theory, theology and Biblical studies. He loves seeing lives changed by a relationship with Jesus. Stephen’s hobbies are rowing, reading and watching movies.

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Stephen Briggs

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Stephen Briggs is married to Tracy and has three children. He has a background in youth work and now serves as a Salvation Army Officer. Steve is the Divisional Youth and Candidate Secretary for the Sydney East and Illawarra Division. This role involves the oversight and development of youth and childrens work across the division. It also involves the development training and support of youth and childrens leaders and the development of young leaders. Steve loves the beach listening to music and watching football.

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Stephen Court

Stephen Court is the interim Director, Impact Design & Management for World Vision Australia. He lives in the wonderful city of Melbourne and is married to Karen. They have three amazing and energetic children, Angelina, Nathaniel and Jonathan. Stephen has the privilege of providing leadership to a high performing department that, among other things, provides technical support and management for development projects in many different diverse countries around the world. Working with some of the most vulnerable children in the world is not just a job for Stephen, but is a deep passion of his to be used by God to see children raised up out of oppression, hopelessness and doubt to experience hope, love and peace and the opportunity for a bright future. While Stephen’s heart is broken so many times by what he sees, the joy of seeing children’s lives transformed is contagious and spurs him on to push harder and to do more. Outside of work Stephen loves biking, walking, spending time with his family and playing around in the garden.

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Stephen Drinkall

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Steve Drinkall has spent the last 10 years trying to experiment with alternative forms of church that would be viable in Australian culture. He is currently working with the Churches of Christ in QLD on a project that is attempting to seed and grow many new churches in unpredictable places. Steve is married with two kids and spends his weekends playing gigs at local pubs in order to feed his snowboarding addiction.

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Stephen Gardner

Stephen Gardner is married to Claire and they have two little boys, Samuel and Reuben, and another child on the way. They serve in ministry at St Matthews Anglican Church,
West Pymble in Sydney where Steve is the Youth and Young Adults Minister. Steve believes the local church is the hope of the world and he's passionate seeing local churches model the grace and truth of Jesus to the world around them. Steve loves to ride bikes, play touch footy and read.

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Stephen Khu

Stephen Khu is the Youth and Worship Pastor at St. Stephen's Anglican Church in Coorparoo. His passions include sports ministry and discipling young men and women from when they transition into high school through to when they transition to the next phase of their lives. Stephen's hobbies include cricket, reading, and board and card games.

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Stephen Meharg

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Stephen Meharg is the Senior Pastor of South Pine Community Church. He is married to Kristy and has three children. Stephen is passionate about the Gospel and its ongoing ability to transform lives. He loves seeing people take steps of faith and discover that God is indeed faithful. He also loves cycling and playing with his kids and the annual pleasure of seeing NSW get flogged by QLD in the State of Origin.

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Stephen Wilson

Stephen Wilson has been the Principal of Dalby Christian College for 6 years, is married to Corinne, and has 5 children. He is passionate about Christian Education and its capacity to reach children for Christ and shape Australia's future. Stephen enjoys most sports, represented Australia as a sprinter at 3 Paralympic games, and currently plays touch football.

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Steve Bartlett

[ Bio Updated: 10-Apr-14 ]: Steve Bartlett is the Associate Director of Church Planting with the Baptist Churches of NSW & ACT. Until 2013 Steve was the Senior Pastor at Bayside Community Church in Homebush Sydney which he pioneered in 2000 as a Church Plant. He was also on the Morling College Faculty from 2006-2011 teaching mentoring and facilitating in the area of Church Planting. He continues to serve Morling in the capacity of guest lecturer. Steve is married to Louise and has three children Josh Jordan and Kiara. He enjoys music the beach and family holidays and wards off unfitness with lap swimming.

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Steve Davies

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Steve is 37 married to Simone and has 2 teenage daughters Tanielle and Brooke . He has been a Christian for 16 years and during this time has been heavily involved in youth work primarily with high school outreach.

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Steve Dixon

Steve Dixon is married to Renee and they have two children (Sage and Amos). He currently works for the Baptist Churches of NSW/ACT in the area of youth and young adults ministry, as well as lecturing in youth ministry at Morling College. His passions include the exploration and application of creative and sustainable ways of identifying and developing young leaders, preaching, understanding culture, and equipping the local church for ministry and mission. Steve's hobbies include coffee, sunshine, and coaching his kid’s soccer teams.

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Steve Fitzallen

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Steve Fitzallen is the Senior Associate Minister of Door of Hope Christian Church in Launceston Tasmania. He is married to Karen & they have 3 children.

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Steve Forward

Steve has over 30 years of experience in youth work, from voluntary roles with churches, camps and missions to employed positions in churches, schools and the community sector. He is passionate about seeing people equipped to promote God’s good things in the lives of children, young people and families. Steve has worked for SU QLD for over 20 years, designing and delivering training to volunteers, chaplains and youth work students. He currently works in the role of ‘Training & Development Manager’, overseeing a number of small teams responsible for the delivery of youth programs and youth work training. Steve has been married to Megan for 14 years and has two sons, Lewis and Jesse. He loves camping, reading, the X-Files and vegging out in front of the cricket.

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Steve Ingram

[ Bio Updated: 20-Dec-11 ]: Leadership Development Consultant for Baptist Churches WA

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Steve Lyall

Steve Lyall is the Communications Manager at Whitley College, the Baptist Theological College of Victoria. He is passionate about people engaging meaningfully with the Bible and wholeheartedly expressing their faith. As a graphic designer by trade, he also likes things to be simple, clear, and good looking! In his spare time away from work and studying a Masters of Divinity, Steve enjoys playing the guitar, reading, and hanging out with family and friends. He is married to Emmy, and they enjoy getting up to mischief and exploring the world with their young son, Aaron.

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Steve Roggero

[ Bio Updated: 01-Dec-11 ]: Steve is currently Senior Pastor at Heathmont Baptist Church in outer Eastern Melbourne. Prior to this Steve served as: Interim Executive Director of Mission & Min at Churches of Christ VicTas;and for 9yrs as Senior Pastor Community Life Ch Cherrybrook

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Steve Selke

Steve Selke is the Field Education Director for the Adelaide College of Ministries. He and his wife Kim, live on the southern suburbs of Adelaide, near the coast. Steve’s passions include preaching, and teaching, developing leaders and politics. Steve enjoys reading, running and watching DVDs.

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Steve Webster

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Steve Webster is from Victoria where he is Associate Minister at St.Hilary's Anglican Church in Melbourne. Steve is married to Penne and has 2 children Jared and Kyria. Steve's hobbies are music tennis movies and books.

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Steven Goleby

Steven Goleby is the Associate Pastor at SouthPine Community Church. He lives on the North-side of Brisbane with his wife Stephanie and their daughter Summer. Steven likes golf.

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Steven Smith

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Steven Smith with his wife Joanne is a Salvation Army Officer in the Australian Eastern Territory. They have three daughters Annaleise Isabel and Susannah. He currently works in the Salvo's mission resource department focusing on Ministry with Children as well as working on organisational projects. His passions include organisational development and seeing followers of Jesus grow in their capacity to follow Him both individually and corporately. Steven's hobbies are wide and varied but include photography, scuba diving, geocaching and Lego construction.

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Steven Venour

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Steve Venour is from Victoria and is Youth Pastor at Christian City Church in Melbourne. He is married to Sallianne and he enjoys Aussie Rules Football adventure sports computer games and reading.

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Steven Wakeford

Steve is married to Nonie and they have three boys – Ben (10), Nochi (Enoch, 8) and Daniel (5). He is the youth and young adults’ pastor at St Paul’ s Anglican Church at Menai. He loves U2, golf, his ute, his boys, wife and Jesus – in reverse order of importance!

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Stewart Perry

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Stewart Perry is married to his incredible wife Leanne and has two amazing children: Anika and Caleb. He is passionate about music and enjoys most sports playing cricket soccer and golf when he has the opportunity. Stewart feels privileged to serve the Anglican Parish of St John''s Newcastle as their priest and is excited about leading them towards the vision of drawing closer to God and each other while reaching further into the community in which they have been called.

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Stu Cameron

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Stu is the general secretary of the Uniting Church (SA Synod) a position he has held for three years. Stu loves to preach and to engage in conversation about the type of leadership required for the 21st century Church. He is married to Sue and they have 2 children Joel (9) and Emily (7). He reads plays golf (badly) and supports the Adelaide Crows (passionately).

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Stuart Glover

Stuart Glover is an officer (Senior Pastor) in The Salvation Army. He is passionate about seeing the local Body of Christ being released for ministry. Stuart follows politics and is one of those weird people who enjoy studying.

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Stuart Starr

[ Bio Updated: 01-Dec-11 ]: I'm starting a new church in Oran Park South West of Sydney. If you're interested to know more look up our page on facebook "NewLife Anglican : Oran Park" or follow our church twitter @NewLifeOranPark

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Stuart Tye

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Stuart Tye is the Preparatory School Chaplain at The King's School and Assistant Minister of a church plant in the school. He is married to Elizabeth and they recently became parents to William.

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Sue Bazzana

[ Bio Updated: 15-Apr-12 ]: Sue Bazzana is the Head of Church Partnerships for World Vision Australia. She has lived in Melbourne for about 16 years where she has worked for the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne and the Church Missionary Society. Sue previously lived in Canberra and Brisbane after growing up on the Far North Coast of NSW.

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Sue Peters

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Sue Peters is the National Director of Australian Baptist Women and the State Director of Queensland Baptist Women. Sue is the Creator and Executive Producer of the "SHE IS..." conferences and camps for women held throughout Queensland. Sue is married to Darryl a Baptist pastor and together they minister in rural southern Queensland with their two daughters.

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Susan Elsmore

Susan and her husband, Jason have four kids - Jessica, Caitlin, Bronte and Josiah. She is Women's Pastor at Gateway Baptist Church in Brisbane. Passionate about raising up and training teams of women to recognize and step in to their full potential using their God given gifts. Also passionate about creating authentic community amongst women where everyone feels like they belong and can grow in their relationship with God. Love reading and going on adventures with the family.

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Susan Hindle

Susan Hindle and her husband Sam work at Groves Christian College. Susan is the Head of Primary School, a department of almost 600 students and over 40 staff. She is passionate about the ministry of the College in the Logan community and quality Christian education. Her hobbies include travel, shopping, drawing and great coffee.

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Sven Ostring

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Sven string is married to Marilyn and they have a very cute baby girl called Samuela. Sven is leading a Seventh-day Adventist university church planting movement in Western Australia and he and his wife have planted the ACTS Church at Curtin University. Sven is also the Chairman of the Church Planting Advisory for the WA Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church the Multi-Faith Officer at Curtin University and the southern Perth co-ordinator for OIKOS. He loves playing the violin in the Fremantle Symphony Orchestra and spending time with Marilyn and his Saviour Jesus Christ.

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Tamara Pilgrim

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tamara Pilgrim loves God loves people loves life (usually) and loves seeing all three of those things collide in a beautiful picture of transformation. A few "interesting" encounters with God has led her to step away from forensic science into ministry where she now serves as Minister of Powerhouse Church and CEO of Kwinana Christian School (a ministry of Powerhouse). Tam is passionate about seeing her community "set free" and transformed through Christ and questioning anything and everything about life and the church. Tam enjoys learning dreaming creating building renovating hiking and a bucket load of other things "just because..."

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Tammy Tolman

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tammy Tolman is a Children's Pastor and travels throughout Australia and N.Z. teaching training and challenging children's workers. She is married to David and has two children.

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Tania Lyn Jennings

Tania Jennings is the Grade 1 teacher at Sunrise Christian school in Naracoorte. I also have a role in curriculum which I really enjoy. Naracoorte is in the Lower South East of South Australia. My husband and I have 2 children who are in their teenage years. My hobbies include reading, water sports and gardening.

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Tania Watson

[ Bio Updated: 29-Feb-12 ]: Executive Minister Churches of Christ in WA.

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Theresa Ong

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Theresa has been working part time at Burwood Five, a ministry to Australian born Chinese since last year and continues to work part time as a doctor in General Practice. She assists in the development and training of leaders and is passionate about 1-1 ministry. She enjoys a variety of sports from tennis skiing and more recently golf as well as catching up over a good cafe latte!

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Tiana Green

Tiana Green is married to Benjamin and is the Creative Director at CityReach Baptist Church in Adelaide. She is responsible for Sunday service, events, media and newcomers connection. She is passionate about seeing people from her community come to know Jesus and experience His love through corporate church gatherings. In her free time, Tiana loves doing graphic design, interior design, fishing, fire poi and traveling with her husband, Ben.

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Tim Baldwin

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tim Baldwin is married to Deb and has three children - Evie (8) Luca (4) and Levi (1). Raised in the Sutherland Shire Tim worked in youth ministry for 10 years before moving to the Central Coast to plant a new Saturday night church as part of EV Church. Now working more broadly across EV Church Tim can't believe how good it is to live in such a beautiful place with such insanely good beaches. He is most excited to be caught up in the incredible work that God is doing on the coast and is really excited about having his leadership skills developed.

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Tim Brown

Tim Brown is married to Jill and they have 4 young boys. He currently works as the Secondary Head of Welfare at Orange Anglican Grammar School. Tim is passionate to see that Secondary students are able to learn in a caring and supportive environment. Addressing the wellbeing of students will address the broader purpose of educating students to become successful learners. When Tim is away from work he enjoys spending time with his wife and boys in the outdoors, coaching soccer teams, and serving in Orange Evangelical Church.

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Tim Cameron

Tim Cameron works for CYC Ministries as their Leadership Development Co-ordinator, and is based at the Wantirna offices in Melbourne. He is married to the beautiful Caitlin, is a massive sports geek, loves movies, revels in random trivia, and checks his social media accounts way too often. Tim is passionate about the redemptive message of the Gospel, and making disciples of Jesus who make disciples. He gets particularly excited about developing, equipping and journeying with young leaders as they discover their potential, grow in experience and allow God to work through them in their leadership.

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Tim Clare

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tim Clare is the Director of Mustard an interdenominational secondary schools ministry based in Melbourne committed to connecting secondary students with Jesus. Tim's hope is for young people to be empowered to take ownership of theirs and their friend's discipleship. He is married to Eliza.

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Tim Fawssett

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tim Fawssett is a Director of Regional Development for SU Queensland overseeing Brisbane and the Gold Coast and an elder of Village Avenue Community Church. He is married to Merryn.

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Tim Hein

[ Bio Updated: 16-Dec-11 ]: Tim is Director of Christian Education & Discipleship at Uniting College in SA. He also consults through Capacity Builders; and speaks regularly around Australia. He recently concluded as Minister (and planter) of CitySoul after four years.

Twitter: @Tim_Hein

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Tim Littleford

Tim Littleford is married to Ashlee. He is the Pastor of the Uniting Church in Two Wells, a peri-urban township north of Adelaide. With a background in Youth Ministry and Chaplaincy, Tim is passionate about seeing the Gospel transform generations of people into life-long disciples of Jesus. Tim enjoys thinking innovatively; finding different ways to solve problems and make things work. Tim loves Sport (AFL and NBA tragic), reading and not having to water his garden of succulents.

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Tim Lucas

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tim Lucas is married to Lauren and currently works at Gateway Baptist Church as Youth Pastor. He has been working with teenagers for ten years and loves seeing Jesus change young people's lives. Tim is passionate about snowboarding and has travelled the world chasing fresh powder. He also enjoys Aussie Rules Football playing golf reading and going on dates with his wife.

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Tim Morris-Smith

Tim’s journey has been all about transformation and change, from an executive role leading migration of American Express finance into India to playing a significant role in the formation of GoodStart Early Learning. Now a father of two boys, an independent consultant and company director, Tim is an embodiment of a 21st century “gig economy” participant! Tim recently established a new charity that increases educational engagement through skateboarding, rebranded a leading Christian radio station, leads a film and media production company and has formed a unique Aboriginal social enterprise in the West MacDonnell ranges. Tim holds a Bachelor degree in Geography and Economics and a Graduate Diploma in Education, is a Chartered Accountant and a fellow of the Vincent Fairfax Centre for Ethical Leadership. He has held executive roles with Honeywell Inc. United Technologies Corporation, TNT Post Group, American Express and Mission Australia.

Twitter: @timboms

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Timon Bengtson

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Timon Bengtson is Associate Pastor at Subiaco Church of Christ. His responsibilities include preaching worship ministry and mentoring/leadership development. Timon is married to Tegan and they have four children Hannah (10) Abbey (8) Emma (5) and Ava (2). He has a passion to see Aussies come to know Jesus and find hope in Him. Timon studied overseas and enjoys golf reading and studying Theology and Greek but most of all spending time with his wife and children.

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Timothy Dyer

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tim is the senior pastor of Kilsyth South Baptist Church in Melbourne. He is committed to leading people to share the message of hope that is Christ showing the love and care of Jesus locally and globally and encouraging people to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Married to Sonya (he married up) and with 3 kids (Samuel Hayley and Amy) Tim loves being with his family playing tennis and golf seeing the Geelong Footy Club win premierships and watching a good movie.

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Timothy Eastman

Tim Eastman is an Ancient History teacher and Head of House at Barker College on Sydney's North Shore. He is married to Amanda and they have 2 children, Mitchell and Joshua. Tim's current role involves him teaching the Stage 6 Ancient History course and the Stage 6 Extension History course, working mainly with Year 12 students. In his Head of House role, Tim is responsible for the pastoral care of the 80 boys from Year 7 to 9 in his House, Holt House. He loves the opportunities he has working in an Anglican school to share and discuss the gospel with students and staff, especially when talking about the historicity of Jesus. In his spare time, he loves photography as well as playing touch football and baseball.

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Timothy Goh

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): TIM GOH from Victoria is Pastor for the Australia for Christ City Fellowship working with International students. Tim is single and his interests are hiking rock climbing literature and poetry and tennis.

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Timothy Johnson

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tim Johnson is married to Anna and the father of Abigail. He is the pastor to the 9am and 11am communities at St Hilarys Kew which focus on ministry to children and families. Tim holds a PhD in Psychology is a member of the board of Ridley Melbourne and teaches preaching around Australia.

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Timothy Kay

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tim Kay gave his heart to Jesus at 17 years of age after a rebellious adolescence. Immediately he began to sense the joy and purpose that comes from a personal relationship with the living God. Within weeks he met a beautiful girl named Jo and decided to marry her. Together they have three wonderful children Elijah Leila and Micah. Tim is currently serving as the pastor of Yass Community Baptist Church a vibrant growing congregation in rural NSW. Tim and Jo sense God's long-term calling to Novosibirsk Russia. They will move there in January 2014 and spend ten years serving with Operation Mobilisation in their Discipleship Centre which aims to raise up leaders for the Russian Baptist Church.

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Timothy Meyers

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tim Meyers is from Queensland where he is Senior Pastor at Helensville and District Baptist Church. Tim is married to Kathryn 'and has 3 children Christian Heidi and Robin. Tim?s hobbies are flying music and sport.

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Tobin Hanna

Tobin Hanna has worked with Scripture Union QLD for the past 14 years, most recently as the Field Director overseeing the School Chaplaincy program and the network of District Coordinators across the state. He is currently seeking Gods leading for the next steps in his ministry, and studying to build his leadership and management capacity. Tobin loves helping to build organisations that are all about community development - seeing young people and their families and communities achieve their potential in Christ. His wife, Kate, is an environmental engineer and an awesome mum to their four young kids, Chloe, Maya, Matt and Halle and they all live together in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. In all his spare time, Tobin is a bit of a home renovator, and also enjoys sports of any description (mostly 'kids' these days...).

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Toby Hall

Toby commenced as Group CEO of St Vincent's Health Australia in April 2014. Prior to joining SVHA, Toby was CEO of Mission Australia – Australia's largest national community welfare services organisation. Toby has an extensive background working as a senior executive in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. Toby's commitment to the poor and vulnerable, both in Australia and internationally, has seen him in leadership roles at World Vision and governance roles with two regional hospitals and health care services provider, Sterihealth.

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Todd Darvas

Todd Darvas is married to Eliza and is Youth and Young Adults Pastor at Thornleigh Community Baptist Church. He leads a passionate team of volunteer youth and young adult’s leaders who evangelise and disciple young people in their community. He also oversees and regularly preaches at TCBC’s evening service. Todd studied law before entering ministry, and still works for Juvenile Justice NSW running restorative justice conferences between young offenders and victims. He loves surfing, and is known to disappear when the surf is good.

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Tracey Davies

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Tracey Davies is the Divisional Youth Children's & Candidates Secretary for Eastern Victoria division & Leader of my local church "Church 4 Kids". She is married to Mal with two children Hannah 13 and Ben 10.

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Travis Johnson

Travis Johnson, and his wife Pixi, are full time workers with AccessTheStory. They have four sons: Thomas, Bradley, Jackson and Frederick. Travis is based in Adelaide as the Director for this start-up not-for-profit, and enjoys seeing a generation engage with God through His story. AccessTheStory's distinctive discovery-based approach to engaging with Scripture has seen youth and young adults in different parts of Australia experience deep transformation. Travis' passions include facilitating meaningful discipleship conversations, and equipping emerging leaders to do the same. His hobbies include reading, walking in his local park, and spending time with his family.

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Tri Nyugen

[ Bio Updated: 31-May-13 ]: Tri Nguyen is married to Cate and has two children. He is an Interim Pastor of Brunswick Baptist Church and is also involved in a community of faith in Melbourne''s West and in a Village on the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.

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Victor Shaw

Victor Shaw is the Rector of St George's Anglican Church, in historic Battery Point. He is husband to Claire and father of William, Tristan, and Imogen. St George's is a village church for the city. Victor's dream is that through St George's connections with the political and cultural life of Hobart, Tasmanian leaders might be captivated by Christ and released to bring the transforming power of the Gospel to bear in their spheres of influence. Victor’s ideal day off includes fun with family, reading a good book, and discussing big ideas with a friend over a tasty drop.

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Victoria McFarlane

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Warren Parkinson

Major Warren Parkinson is the Divisional Secretary and Second-in-Charge, Newcastle and Central NSW Division for The Salvation Army - Australia Eastern Territory. Warren has been married to Denise for nearly 35 years. They have three children and six grandchildren. Warren worked for the QLD State Government for fifteen years prior to entering the Ministry. Warren and Denise have been Salvation Army Officers for nearly 25 years and have served in a number of Officer roles in NSW, QLD and overseas in Northern Ireland. Warren’s interests include - watching sports and recycling old furniture.

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Wayne Forward

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Wayne Forward is married to his amazingly supportive wife Amy and they have two great kids Brianna & Wesley. Wayne is passionate about seeing Christ proclaimed through local church ministry and serves as the Senior Pastor of Nelson Bay Baptist Church. As well as enjoying sea kayaking and surfing Wayne is enjoying the diverse opportunities that Jesus is laying before him to present Jesus through the community of Port Stephens.

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Wendy Potts

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Wendy is from the little coastal town of Coledale near Wollongong and for the last 14 years has been married to Shaun. They have two energetic boys Ryan (6) and Jonah (4) and together they share in itinerant evangelistic ministry. Wendy has been working with Evangelism Ministries in 2002-03 speaking at events designed to reach women with the gospel. She is also involved in informal gospel work in their local community. Wendy enjoys the beach with her boys cycling gardening and planning creative projects over good coffee with friends. She loves seeing women come to know Jesus.

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Wendy White

Wendy White works for Sydney Anglican School Corporation as a Learning Technology Consultant. She is married to Derek and has three adult sons. She attends Hoxton Park Anglican Church and her hobbies include reading and walking.

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Wesley Jessop

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Wesley Jessop is from Queensland where he is senior minister at Logan City Baptist Church. He is married to Jennifer and they have two children Lachlan and Jaimee-Lee. His hobby is surfing.

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Will Briggs

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Will (with wife Gill and four young children) ministers in the Anglican Parish of Burnie Tasmania. Will's current role of Parish Missioner includes stirring existing congregations towards mission as well as helping lead a new congregation. Will enjoys a good laugh good food walking and linux computing.

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Will Small

Will Small lives on the Central Coast, with his wife Sam and two sons Noah and Leo. Will is the Teaching Pastor at Narara Valley Baptist Church, and the founder of 'Lead by Story', a communications service helping individuals and organisations to connect more authentically with their audience (leadbystory.com.au). Will is also a spoken word poet, with a heart for telling the stories that often go untold and creating spaces for building honest and vulnerable relationships (his writing can be viewed at willsmall.com.au). Will has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), a Grad Cert Divinity, and is currently undertaking a Master of Arts (Christian Leadership).

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William Hall

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Will Hall is married to Nikki cyclist actor life coach pastor and State Leader of the Uniting Church SA youth and young adult movement. Will loves seeing people reach their potential is passionate about preaching loves all things leadership and desires to plant a church in the future. Will''s core desire is to ''bring hope and justice to a world that desperately needs it'' through a passion to join with God in His restoration of all things. This mandate finds Will completely given over to an unconditional love revolution.

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Yvonne Lindner

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Yvonne is the Co-ordinator of Baptist Youth Ministry in Victoria and is married to David. They attend Rowville Baptist Church where David is Youth Pastor. Yvonne has just completed her B. Min at Ridley College and is into hiking camping and mountain bike riding.

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Yvonne Poon

Original Arrow Bio (at enrolment): Yvonne was born in Hong Kong and at the age of 17 she went to Canada on her own to study. After completing 2 degrees in Business Administration and Commerce in Toronto she enrolled at the Ontario Theology Seminary believing that God had called her to ministry. She obtained a Master of Divinity degree there and she has finished 2 units at Trinity College - Anglican Studies and Managing Your Ministry. At present she is serving God at St. Michael and All Angels' Anglican Church Burwood. In recognition of her calling to this particular ministry the Archbishop of Melbourne ordained her as a deacon in February 2001.

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Zosia Ericksson

Zosia lives in Sydney and is part of the Arrow Leadership team in the role of Community Director. She is committed to developing the capacity and potential of leaders in every sphere, and is passionate about gathering, connecting and equipping leaders and creating places for them to engage together. Zosia and her husband Will love living close to the beach, and are blessed with three exuberant sons, Samuel, Max and Isaac. Zosia loves the outdoors, spending time with quality friends, and is training to run a half marathon before too long.