Invited by Reverend Dr Margaret Court to make use of their Victory Life Centre studio and technical personnel for videoing and editing, the first ministry tasks were the five interviews.
Delma Tronson kicked off the interviewing with Australian and Western Australian netballer Susan Fuhrmann. As Susan is very tall, and Delma very short, they sat down to do this interview.
Mark interviewed Margaret Court, who still holds more Grand Slam titles than any other tennis player in history. This was followed by Mark interviewing Nathanael Yates a young award winning scientist who is researching auditory channels to the brain stem (Neurology).
Then Mark Tronson turned his attention to Jarrod McKenna who Tim Costello named as one of Australia's "Young Emerging Christian Leaders". Jarrod McKenna is the youngest receiptent of the Donald Groom Peace Fellowship Award (an Australian award).
The last of the five interviews was with Richard Pengelley who captained the Australian water polo team in the 80s, a double Olympian who after his top sport years gave considerable time to helping young Christian elite athletes with their Christian faith. Richard Pengelley is with the Western Australian University developing and lecturing on Sport and Spirituality, a first across Australia.
Before heading to Albany, as the Footplate Padre M V Tronson visited the Western Australian Railways Museum at Bassendean where he was made very welcome and took numerous photographs.
In Albany, Mark and Delma Tronson had a luncheon, a prison ministry visit and a men's fellowship meeting at the Troode Street Christian Family Church.
Troode Street Christian Family Church pastor Norm Baty has a passion for the pastoral care of the men in the church. 54 men attended the fellowship evening where Norm Baty has requested Mark speak of his 28 years of sports ministry experience in relation to the uniqueness of one's intuition as a gift from the Lord.
Interestingly, this was a subject Mr Basil Sellers AM addressed in his Australian Missionary News IPTV interview in January this year where he spoke of the intuitive process in business decisions.
Albany has a significant Christian community with two very large Reformed Churches (500 congregation each), a Baptist Church (500 congregation), quite a number of Pentecostal Churches (each with 400-500 congregation members).
The Christian community links with 75% of the Albany population with ministry in one form or another, which includes missionary and social services.