Fighting McKenzie, the Anzac Spirit, and Australian Values

By Warwick Marsh Australia has produced some amazing war heroes but none so remarkable, or popular, as Fighting McKenzie from World War 1. Daniel Reynaud, author of the book ‘The Man the Anzacs Revered’ asked, “How did a wowser become an Anzac legend? And how did this legend become totally unknown today?” William McKenzie served in both Gallipoli and France … Continue reading

Love Well: Live Given

They don’t tell you this – that Love is only known by the fools. You just feel it sometimes, the ache of love, of all the things, right there underneath your breastbone. The end of March, I stop everything, just before April shows up on the 1st with all her foolishness, and I watch a 92-year-old man lean over a … Continue reading

Corrie Ten Boon: Prepare for Persecution.

Dear Christian Friends, I have been sensing an urgency in my spirit that few in the Body of Christ are prepared for what is coming upon us, and part of that is because we have been seduced to believing in a pre-trib Rapture, believing that we will escape the troubles coming upon the earth. I have been concerned that when … Continue reading

A Christmas Story from Oliver (age 8)

We’re just wanting to let you know how Oliver has been getting on since we last spoke. His teacher wanted all the class to write a letter to Santa writing a list of good things they’d done and presents they wanted.  Oliver objected and wanted to write his letter to God.  The teacher pulled him aside to ask why and … Continue reading

Rosy’s Pool Hall: A Story of Intercession and Neighbourhood Transformation

This story begins in 1999 when Rosy Soh started a pool hall as a street ministry in the heart of one of Melbourne’s worst drug scenes, at 122 Springvale Rd, Springvale – near the Springvale rail station in Melbourne, Australia. Photo: Rosy Soh and Rick Macdonald at Rosy’s Pool Hall. This story updates and adapts a 2004 article by Peter Kentley in the Australian Market … Continue reading

Divine Appointments with Taxi Drivers

Molly Joshi from Toowoomba came to Sydney for the Aus-NZ-Pacific 24/7 Prayer leaders’ Summit in Sydney 2 Junea 2014.    I had divine appointments of God with Cab drivers coming  in and leaving Sydney.  The driver who brought me form the airport asked me what I was coming from and I said, a prayer meeting. Without knowing we had come to … Continue reading


Houses of Prayer Take Responsibility for their Spiritual Territories with Demonstrable Outcome! A record breaking typhoon struck the shores of the Philippine Islands 9th November 2013 shattering records of the past with destructive forces that have devastated lives and left its mark on human history.  On top of that, a 7.1 earthquake struck the same region on the 11th November.   Rescue teams … Continue reading

Evan Roberts and the Welsh Revival

Published August 4, 2012 by MyQuest in Diaries of Revival Evan Roberts (1878-1951) Though only 26 years old, Evan Roberts had no time for youthful entertainment and pleasure. More than anything else, Evan Roberts was a man of prayer. The extent of his public influence was a direct result of his personal commitment to prayer. More than 100,000 Welsh people came … Continue reading

An encounter with the living God is available to you…too.

Others have been encouraged me to share an encounter I experienced in the early moments of 4th August, 2013 in Pembrokeshire, Wales.  I was woken at midnight from a deep, exhausted sleep by the sound of knocking on the motel door, and recognised the Lord was calling me. My spirit responded, “Speak Lord, your servant hears you” but my body was struggling to wake. … Continue reading

Positioned to Bless

Positioned to Bless by Faisal Malick Book Review by Richard R Blake   Finding and Fulfilling Your God Given Assignment “Positioned to Bless” is a prophetic message addressed to both the corporate body of the church and the individual believer. Faisal Malick draws lessons from the lives of Abraham and David, and from the writings of Isaiah, Ezekiel, and Amos … Continue reading