Aleisha Reader-White is the founder of “Equipped For Grace.” She provides training and consultancy for Churches and faith based organisations in the areas of Child Protection, DV support, Suicide and self-harm, Acute Mental Health, Drugs and Alcohol, Homelessness, Sexual assault/trauma. She’s worked in the criminal justice system with some of the most dangerous and trauma impacted people including murderers, rapists, bikies, child sex offenders and some of Australia’s most dangerous prisoners. In this interview she shares about her journey of faith and how she was transformed on a mission trip to South Africa. On that trip she decided, “this is what I want my life to be.” Everything changed from that moment. Listen in to her story!Read More
Bobby Mearns is the founder of Fishers of Men, a rehab with a ministry to the homeless in Brisbane. Bobby was a heroin addict, dealer and Triad member for over 20 years in Hong Kong. After a dramatic encounter with God, he was set free from addiction and launched into ministry. Bobby says he has a degree in criminology, “done every crime in the book!” He shares how encounter with Jackie Pullinger taught him about true love from God. Listen in to his redemption story!Read More
Bob Field is a Church of Christ minister based in Victoria. He has ministered in rural Victoria and among the homeless in Melbourne. Bob was raised in Coffs Harbour, as a Pastors kid, and was active in his local Church. Bob walked away from the Lord while he was at University, and after coming back to the Lord, felt a strong call to ministry. Listen in to his story!Read More
Rev. Bill Crews is the founder of the Exodus Foundation, a charity that assists homeless and abandoned youth. They also run a free kitchen (restaurant) in Ashfield which feeds 400 people each day, they provide both dental and medical and welfare services for the homeless and needy, and an outreach program for homeless youth. There is also a night food van providing meals to the homeless. In this conversation Bill shares about his faith journey, his heart for the underprivileged and his radio ministry.Read More
Rachel “NinjaMum” Kayrooz has survived the unthinkable. Once a gifted classical singer, actor and songwriter, with a promising career in the arts, this sales and marketing professional went from working in the top end of town and performing in theatre and film, to living in her car, pregnant, beaten, broke and homeless.
Her story of survival will shock you. Yet her bravery, courage, resilience and fight to live has motivated and empowered thousands of people. Listen in to her faith journey and be inspired!Read More
Tom Murphy is a 6 foot 2 security specialist with a shaved head, a handlebar moustache and a heart of gold. He has done security at some of the darkest clubs in Brisbane, yet his heart is to care for the homeless and the broken. You’ll often find him at a Soup kitchen or at a street outreach, just chatting, listening, and praying for those in need. Listen in to Tom’s story, and how his life has been radically transformed by the Love of God.Read More