Ron Ross

Press Service International

  • Person of Faith – Arthur Stace

    Eternity! The word exploded in spectacular illumination contrasting the natural beauty of Sydney harbor.  It was a profound statement to the world. That was New Year 2000, and it ushered in a new millennia.

  • Persons of Faith  -  Jesma O'Hara

    Jesma O’Hara is eloquent, informed and an expert communicator, preaching, teaching or writing.

  • Persons of Faith  -  Ian Worby

    Ian Worby was 10 when he accepted Jesus as his Lord. His work commenced at 2TM

  • Persons of Faith  -  Col Stringer

  • Persons of Faith – Rev Richard Johnson

    Rev Richard Johnson and his wife Mary arrived in Botany Bay with the First fleet in 1788. They faced precarious challenges. In letters to London Johnson often shared his heartfelt concerns. Two years after arrival the confronting circumstances remained.

  • Persons of Faith – Graham McLennan

    “Be doers of the word, not hearers only’ came to mind as I researched the life and times of Dr Graham McLennan and his wife Pam. “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” (Ephesians chapter 2, verse 10) a verse inspirational for the McLennans.

  • Persons of Faith – Ken Duncan

    In 2007 A Current Affair called him ‘an iconic image maker.’ His panoramic art has won world-wide acclaim. His range of panographs are stunning. Ken Duncan is a leader in photographic expression.

  • Person of Faith – Mal Garvin

    As a teenager Mal Garvan was a dedicated ‘non-churchie.’ His life-changing encounter came at a Sydney City Mission Camp. He called it his awakening ‘dramatic’ and ‘profound.’ Enthused and energized by his new found faith Mal founded Teen Crusaders.

  • Person of Faith – Margaret Court

    In the tennis world Margaret Court was described as ‘dominating.’ She had great athleticism combined with a fierce fitness regime. She won 64 Grand Slam titles (24 singles, 19 doubles, 21 mixed doubles), a record for any male or female player.

  • Person of faith: Pedro Ferdinand De Quiros

    Who would have thought controversy surrounds the 'Great Southland of the Holy Spirit'? Four hundred years ago sailors and explorers were the heroic adventurers of their day. Religion, rewards and reputation drove many to sail beyond the horizon into the unknown.