James Condon has been an Officer of The Salvation Army for more than 45 years, retiring from active service in 2016. He has served in a variety of leadership roles in 3 countries: Australia, PNG and the UK. At the International Headquarters of The Salvation Army based in London, he held the position of International Secretary for the South Pacific and East Asia Zone. In 2011, James was appointed Commissioner for the Australia Eastern Territory which covers the States of NSW and QLD as well as the ACT. This involved some 400 centres of The Salvation Army, with 1,000 Officers of The Salvation Army and 4,000 employees. In this interview, James shares his testimony & about his involvement as Chairman of the National Day of Prayer & Fasting. www.nationaldayofprayer.org.au
Luke Howarth is the Federal member for Petrie, QLD. He shares about his transition from running a small-business to becoming a politician. In his maiden speech to parliament he said, ‘Life is about relationships.’ I truly believe this. The most important relationships in my life are:
- my relationship with God, as a man of strong faith, and
- my relationship with those people around me – my friends, my family, my neighbours and my work colleagues in this place.
At the end of the day, when everything else is gone, relationships are what count. lukehowarth.com.au
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