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Board of DirectorsAustralia

Alex Thomas


B.A. in Political Science & History, G.Dip.Theology – Vice-Chairman Uniting Church Minister, Regional Police Chaplain for Bankstown (Sydney) Local Area Command, Graduate of University of Madras, India and Union Biblical Seminary in Pune, India. Served as Teacher and Pastor in Malaysia and Borneo, and currently in Sydney.

Greg Bondar

Executive Director

Authorised Lay Minister, Accredited Chaplain,  PTC Moore Theological College, MBA (UNE), Masters of Education – M.Ed. (UNSW), Bachelor of Economics – BEc (USYD) and Men’s Ministry Leader, Sydney Anglican SYNOD Representative, Board Member Mission to Seafarers Sydney, National Director Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group), CEO and Board Member for various Christian organisations in Australia and overseas. Former Prime Ministerial Adviser.

Davidson James


B(Hons), LL M(Tas), Dip.Tax(Monash), Notary Public – Secretary Graduate of the Singapore University, Masters Degree University of Tasmania, Post Graduate Diploma in Taxation Monash University Melbourne lecturing at the University of Tasmania and Charles Stuart University Wagga Wagga. Commenced Law Firm 1989 Parramatta Sydney

John Ealand


Licensed Real Estate Sales Executive for Summit Real Estate Blenheim. As a volunteer over 23 years, John organised events and concerts to raise funds and increase the donor base for Every Home for Christ/Global Concern. Vice-Chairman of New Zealand Board of Directors.

Setatow Befekadu


B.A.Mathematics, M . A . A p p l i e d Statistics, Dip.Ed.
With 30 years experience as a teacher, Set is employed as a mathematics  teacher at a High School in Sydney. Coordinator of Eloi Prison Ministry, Ethiopia.

Darcy Watson


MEd in Education for Special Needs. After Theological studies overseas in the United Kingdom and the USA, D’Arcy pastored churches in Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia and Northern Territory and is now attending Victoria Point Baptist Church in Queensland. D’Arcy is recently retired from teaching children with mild intellectual disabilities at Kogarah High School, Sydney. 

Richard Snellenburg


Richard worked 40 years in the banking  industry especially in mannagement roles. Currently he is a self – funded retiree.


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