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Episode 37: Amanda Stoker

Amanda Stoker didn’t start out her career as a lawyer with the view to become a Member of the Australian Parliament. Yet, it was with a growing concern for her country that brought Amanda to make the decision that sees her representing Queensland in the Australian Senate today. Prior to her role in the Senate, Amanda spent many years serving as a lawyer in varying capacities, including serving as a Commonwealth prosecutor and as a judge’s associate in the Supreme Court of Queensland. Amanda is married to Adam and together they have three daughters. Sound-bites from this episode: Freedom of...

Episode 36: Kristie Anyabwile

Kristie Anyabwile remembers saying evening prayers every night by her bedside with her grandma. Her grandma was her first Christian influence, but it was only years later, as a newly-married woman suffering the trauma of a recent miscarriage, that Kristie came to truly understand who Jesus was. From the time she and her husband were first rocked by the gospel message they heard on television until this day, Kristie continues to live in the light of that same gospel. Three kids and a few moves later, Kristie’s ministry in the Lord revolves around her family; Anacostia River Church in southeast...

Episode 35: Jen Logan

Jen Logan came to Christ in her early 20s. She trained and worked in the area of social work in Australia before moving to England. There she studied at the London School of Theology and King’s College London. One of Jen’s main focuses this year is as director and conceptual and visual lead for Fer, an initiative that produces creative, theologically inspired projects that communicate explicitly or implicitly the Christian narrative and worldview through art and apply it deeply to the whole of life today. Jen lives in a hyper-local Christian community in the heart of London with her husband,...

Episode 34: Kerry Newill

Kerry was born in Cape Town, South Africa to her parents, Rog and Les Palmer. They served in uni ministry at the University of Cape Town during her formative years. Kerry studied at George Whitefield Theological College in Cape Town during her first few years of marriage. After completing her studies, she worked in uni ministry while also serving alongside her husband, Craig, in his role as a pastor at St James, Kenilworth. Their focus was on youth and young adult ministry, with a particular emphasis on training others in Bible reading and teaching skills. Today, Kerry, Craig and their three children...

Episode 33: Taryn Hayes

Taryn has recently moved from Cape Town in South Africa to Brisbane with her husband and four kids. Taryn loves connecting with people. If she could have any superpower it would be to be fluent in every language and culture in way that allows her to connect more deeply with those she meets. Links from this episode: Taryn’s novel, Seekers of the Lost Boy – http://amzn.to/1aIbAYT

Episode 32: Kylie Butler

ABOUT KYLIE: Kylie has served as pastor, leader and coach with many organisations. Kylie’s passion is to help Christian leaders take the next step.  She is a Professional Certified Coach and has a Cert IV in Business Coaching, a Diploma in Christian Leadership Coaching and she has studied Business at Monash University, Theology at ACOM and her Masters (in Church Practice) through Eastern College Australia. Kylie is married to Adam and has 2 children (Toby and Lily). They live in Melbourne, Australia. LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Christian Coaching Institute: www.christiancoachinginstitute.com.au