Laura Wardrop

Press Services International

Laura Wardrop has undertaken further study in the areas of Linguistics, Art, and Ministry. She currently works a graphic artist and painter, and takes a keen interest in exploring all areas of human creativity as a reflection of God’s character. She lives with her husband Stephen and two children in Brisbane. 

  • The Women and the Well

  • The white saviour and the value of mission

    As our nation prepares to opens its state and international borders, churches are keenly awaiting to send their best out into the mission fields once more.

  • The Spirit of Prophecy

  • We have a problem

    Once a week I head to a local primary school to teach Religious Instruction to a lively group of grade three students. I’m consistently stunned by the inquiry and insight of these investigative young minds; the depths of their understanding have proven profound. Week by week, it has become increasingly clear to me that we have a problem; I have been part of it.

  • The sound of seraphim

    There is a neurological trait known as “Synaesthesia”, which in a crossing of cognitive pathways causes a person to have two or more perceived sensory experiences to a singular actual sensory stimulus.

  • Jesus wept.

  • Truth in the pandemic age

    When post-modern theorist François Lyotard wrote in 1979 that knowledge would soon become primary commodity, he could not have conceived what the internet would become.

  • The letter and spirit of the law

    As a young teenager I discovered a true love for scripture and embarked on a cover-to-cover reading of my tattered New King James.

  • The dream of the Abbot of St. Denis

    In the years before our lives became eclipsed by the challenges of this pandemic era, we witnessed the rise of social media activism across platforms; a generation rose to fight for justice.