Colin Pinkney, is the Executive Director at The Harvest Center of Charlotte. As team chaplain for the NBA Charlotte Hornets Basketball team, he serves as a spiritual mentor to some of the NBA’s most talented athletes and was recognized in 2011 by sports legend and philanthropist, Michael Jordan, as a hometown hero. Pinkney’s first book, Blueprints: Mentoring Designs for Young Black Males, has garnered local acclaim, and his second book, Forgiving Our Fathers, Healing our Homes, brings solutions to the generational decay in underserved communities. Listen in to his story!Read More
Namila Davui (aka Myshon Kyd) was born in Lautoka, Fiji. He’s played Rugby League for the Parramatta Eels, the Canterbury Bulldogs and Fiji, playing a handful of test matches and was chosen in the squad for the Fiji Bati in the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. He’s also hip hop artist, and is training to be a minister in the Uniting Church. He is the Director of Davui Productions, who specialise in youth development programs and consultation in the Brisbane region. Listen in to his story!Read More
Patrick Gibney is well-known as the “Dancing delivery driver.” A video of Patrick busting some moves went viral in 2020, and he was featured on Breakfast TV and numerous media outlets. He has endured two serious brain tumour operations but can still perform dance moves like a teenager. He’s also done some acting alongside his sister, Rebecca Gibney. His life changed forever at age 22 when he became a Christian. Listen in to his story!Read More
Shaun Hart is a former AFL player who reached the pinnacle of success when he played for the Brisbane Lions and they won the premiership from 2001 through 2003. However, he says that even though he and his team were having success on the field, he was often battling with depression off the field. In this interview Shaun shares about his testimony of how his life has been transformed through Christ and about his current efforts to help prevent suicide.Read More
Duncan Armstrong is an Australian Olympic Swimming champion, and former world record-holder. He is best remembered for winning a gold and silver medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics. He is sought after as a motivational speaker and has a powerful testimony of transformation. In this interview Duncan shares about highlights of his swimming success and about his faith journey.Read More
Eloise Wellings is an Aussie Long distance runner and Olympic Athlete. She founded the Love Mercy Foundation in 2009 and has since impacted over 100,000 local Ugandans through health and agriculture programs. She is a strong Christian and has stated that she missed out on the Sydney 2000 Olympics due to an injury and thought God was punishing her. She went to church with a school friend and began to understand God’s love for her. She stated, “Once I found Jesus I was free to use the gifts He had given me and it didn’t matter if I succeeded or not.” Wellings also missed out on the Athens and Beijing Olympics due to injury. However, she states, “All of my disappointing results and disappointing injuries and heartbreak missing 3 Olympics, there was always this belief and faith that my identity is in Jesus and that’s my foundation. When you’ve got that, you can’t be shaken. Every time I get up to train, I just ask that he be glorified, that he give me the strength to do it, that he help give me the right thoughts to think – and not necessarily that I win but that he would be made known to people as I run.
Julius Achon has an inspiring story of hope which continues to unfold. He grew up in the remote village of Awake in Northern Uganda in severe poverty.Read More
Metric Ikitoelagi is the Rubgy coach for Niue, one of the smallest island nations in the world. I met Metric in a hotel lobby in PNG. He shared with me how he’d challenged his team to get their hearts right with God, and that he’d seen a massive change in them, many of them had come back to a relationship with God! Listen in to his story!Read More