The “Best of 2018” Press Service International (PSI) young writer articles kick-starts on Monday (31 December) for a two week period over the New Year period giving the young writers a well deserved break.
It has been a huge year for the PSI young writers from Australia and New Zealand along with their Christchurch conference on 1 September with the annual awards.
Each of the young writers have now put down their quills (as it were) for this two week respite time before they pick-up the program once again on the 14 January 2019.
Next year there are additional young writers in the program, some returning after a period of time, others are new to the project, but whatever the case, if anything like this year is to go, they will be as-keen-as once the new year program gets under way at the end of January.
The five week program of young writers of each Cycle will see an Over 31’s dedicated week with their own coordinator and editor. Each young writer has their own web presence CV site – they may be viewed by moving across the top of the page where they are listed under their separate nations, sport and internationals.
Over this next two weeks the 2018 young writers who attended the Christchurch conference have their ‘best article’ as determined by the Panellists republished in Christian Today.
Week 1 - 31 Dec – 4 Jan
Monday 31 Dec
Bridget Brenton – Brisbane
Laura Miles - Sunshine Coast
Peter Brookshaw - Melbourne
Tuesday 1 January
Melissa Ramoo - Sydney
Joseph Kolapudi - Brisbane
Cheryl McGrath - Melbourne
Wednesday 2 January
Catria Moore - Sunshine Coast
Sam Gillespie - Sydney
Roydon Ng - Sydney
Thursday 3 January
Jesse Moore - Sunshine Coast
Kirsten Dang - Adelaide
Hannah Edwards - Brisbane
Friday 4 January
Caitlyn Furler - Sunshine Coast
Fiona Mackenzie - Sydney
Conor Ryan - Adelaide
Week 2 - 7-11 January
Monday 7 January
Amy Manners - Adelaide
Esther Koh - Wellington NZ
Richard Kwon - Auckland NZ
Tuesday 8 January
Sunny Kang - Auckland
Ethan Miller - The lessons never stop
Jessica McPherson - Christchurch NZ
Wednesday 9 January
Matthew Thornton - Auckland NZ
Manuele Teofilo - Auckland NZ
Emma McGeorge - Auckland NZ
Thursday 10 January
Jason Lalone - International
Josh Robbie - Internmational
Kandima Awendila - International
Friday 11 January
Michael Dahlenburg - Adelaide
Stacy-Ann Smith - International
Ben Kruzins - Ocean Shores
Enjoy these Best of 2108 over the break ! The young writers 2018 program kick-starts on Monday 14 January.
Dr Mark Tronson is a Baptist minister (retired) who served as the Australian cricket team chaplain for 17 years (2000 ret) and established Life After Cricket in 2001. He was recognised by the Olympic Ministry Medal in 2009 presented by Carl Lewis Olympian of the Century. He has written 24 books, and enjoys writing. He is married to Delma, with four adult children and grand-children. Dr Tronson writes a daily article for Christian Today Australia (since 2008) and in November 2016 established Christian Today New Zealand.
Mark Tronson's archive of articles can be viewed at http://www.pressserviceinternational.org/mark-tronson.html
Dr Mark Tronson - a 4 min video
Chairman – Well-Being Australia
Baptist Minister 44 years
- 1984 - Australian cricket team chaplain 17 years (Ret)
- 2001 - Life After Cricket (18 years Ret)
- 2009 - Olympic Ministry Medal – presented by Carl Lewis
- 2019 - The Gutenberg - (ARPA Christian Media premier award)
Gutenberg video - 2min 14sec
Married to Delma for 44 years with 4 children and 5 grand children