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Norman Miller is a pastor, businessman, and Aboriginal Artist. He and his wife Barbara founded The Centre for International Reconciliation & Peace as a para-church ministry, and have planted a church in Cairns, Australia. They are part of the team co-ordinating the National Day of Prayer in Canberra on July 24, 2011. www.reconciliationandpeace.org
Norman works with Open Doors Australia. This Ministry works in the most oppressive countries, strengthening persecuted Christians. Norman shares about his recent trip to Ethiopia, and the massive outreach towards Muslims worldwide. www.opendoors.org.au
Author and speaker Nicky Gumbel, is the pioneer of the Alpha Course, a short course on the basics of Christianity. He was an avowed atheist, and converted to Christianity in his first year at College, through reading the New Testament. He said, “I was enthralled. It was as if I had found what I had been looking for all my life”. Millions have now done the course worldwide. Nicky is interviewed by Leigh Hatcher from Open House. www.alpha.org.au
Warwick Marsh is the Founder of the Fatherhood Foundation. In 1998 he was awarded the FOL Fatherhood of the Year Award and in 2001 was awarded a centenary medal by the Governor General.
In this History Makers edition, Warwick shares his vision for the National Day of prayer for on July 24, 2011. nationaldayofprayer.org.au
John Anderson is the former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia. He recently spoke at the Lord Mayors prayer Breakfast in Brisbane. In this History making speech, John speaks about revival in China and Africa, and the need for Revival in Australia. Lose the Faith – Lose the Culture
Paul Morrison is the chaplain for the West Coast Eagles AFL football team. He took some of the players to Cambodia and was so moved, he wrote the song, “Picking up the pieces”, It was featured on Today Tonight and the clip has gone viral on YouTube. View the video on YouTube or watch it below.
Pete Malins is a missionary with New Hope Japan. 20 minutes after the 2011 Japan Earthquake, Pete was stuck in a bullet train, in a tunnel, with no power, just out of Sendai where the epicentre of the quake was. He spent 19 hours trapped, then was bussed to Tokyo. Pete shares the story in this episode of History makers, and his heart for sharing the Gospel in Japan.
Deborah Kline Iantorno is a messianic Jewish singer/songwriter. After starting her career on TV in Puerto Rico, and singing in night clubs and on radio jingles, Deborah became a Jewish believer and wanted to use her talent for her Saviour. She has a fresh musical approach of Latin rhythms, R&B and worship ballads. www.deborahklineiantorno.com
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