Roslyn is my mum, so I really enjoyed this chance to talk with her about things that don’t necessarily come up in everyday conversation. If you’ve listened over the past thirty episodes you will have heard my mum and dad come up several times as they’ve been influential in other people’s lives. Megan (Ep 29) talks about Mum’s role in her conversion, and Matt Garvin back in episode 12 talks about their international reach, and there have been others. So I thought it was time for us to have a chat with Mum and Dad so you could meet them for yourselves. Dad’s interview will be coming soon.
Billy Graham visited Hobart on March 16th, 1959
Dad’s uncle and aunt are Tom and Anne Jewett, a couple that have had a healing ministry here in Tasmania, and beyond.
Youth With A Mission is a global movement of Christians from many cultures, age groups, and Christian traditions, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world.
The Christian Performing Artists’ Fellowship (CPAF) is a non-profit, trans-denominational Christian ministry, dedicated to the classical performing arts world, based in Indiana, USA.
[The CPAF website is currently down/under construction]
Spiritual Lives of the Great Composers by Patrick Kavanaugh was first published in 1992 and is available for purchase online.
ABC article on the Tasmanian red light clinical trials for Parkinson’s: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-02-24/clinical-trials-for-wearing-led-helmets-treatment-parkinsons/10836906
The blog I mentioned is:https://redlightsonthebrain.blog/