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Information about SNSW Big Camp 2018 coming soon…
May 26 – 28, 2016
Adventist Alpine Village
Day Visitor – $20 per day
Lunch – $15 per person
Early Bird – $150
Regular Price – $170
Early Bird – $160
Regular Price – $180
Early Bird Applications Close April 14, 2017
ALL APPLICATIONS CLOSE MAY 5, 2017
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Grey Nomads Camp
A Teachable Spirit
October 2nd – 7th, 2017
Adventist Alpine Village
All Registrations Close September 15th, 2017. Be sure to register before you miss out!
Married to Rae with three adult kids; two girls and a boy, and one delightful granddaughter. Pursued his passion for horses professionally breaking-in and training horses of all types for Olympic representatives, campdrafters, dressage horses, and then trained polo horses for Australian representatives and international riders, including some of the wealthiest Australians.
After a call to ministry continued to train horses as a hobby and loves to share how the gospel can be communicated through these magnificent animals.
Jeremy lives in Wagga Wagga where he works as a ministerial intern, assisting the senior pastor in overseeing three churches and two groups. He married Sarina Williams in 2012 (not to be confused with the tennis player). They welcomed their baby girl Eva-May to this world last December. Jeremy
has also been involved in the fitness industry as a personal trainer for 6 years, and is passionate about bringing both faith and fitness together. The devotions will be on the application of the 8 health laws in our lives.
Steve is a musician, teacher, administrator and pastor. He was born in Rabaul, on the Island of New Britain and spent all of his childhood living in Papua New Guinea. He is a licensed plumber and spent 12 years in the building trade. During this time he developed a lasting interest in vegetable gardening, stone masonry and renovating 19th century cottages.
Steve responded to the call to ministry and attended Avondale College as a mature age student. He subsequently completed postgraduate qualifications in education followed by a Master’s degree with Honours specialising in Australian Indigenous history and the impact of Adventist missions in WA.
After working a number of years as administrator of Karalundi Aboriginal Education Centre, Steve returned to his childhood home of Lae, Papua New Guinea, where he was employed as the national director of Seventh-day Adventist Schools. Since 2007 he has worked as the national director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries.
Steve enjoys teaching from the Bible. He is also an accomplished guitarist who has travelled extensively and has supported local and international artists such as Don Burrows, Reg Lindsay, Silverchair and Status Quo. He currently lives in Melbourne with his wife Kym, and has two daughters and two sons.