Outback Generosity

                                            Pictured: Dave and Sue from the town of Quilpie donated a tank of fuel for the Crossing Australia Harley.

                                            Pictured: Dave and Sue from the town of Quilpie donated a tank of fuel for the Crossing Australia Harley.

The Crossing Australia expedition brought about many little miracles and many opportunities to share the good news with perfect strangers and pray with people along the way. It was also an adventure in receiving. Not a day went by on the month long journey that our team were not spontaneously blessed with financial gifts and acts of kindness. As soon as people heard about the work we were doing in remote communities to prevent suicide they would immediately want to give towards the cause. I met Dave and Sue as I was about to pay for a tank full of fuel at a truck stop in Quilpie, they had heard about our mission and immediately demanded they pay the bill.

It says so much about the heart of people out in the bush. They don’t have much but what they have they share generously. Thank you to everyone who supported the mission. It was a huge step of faith for the entire team who volunteered to serve and travel thousands of kilometres to complete Crossing Australia.

Our vision for evangelism in country towns and remote communities is stronger than ever and as we look towards 2017 pray with us for wisdom as we begin making plans.