So, I have started a new blog, with the imaginative title Support Gordo at Cumbo. You can find it at
and the first post tells you about a couple of support events on March 5 and March 12.
Oh what the hey, why don't I just give you the first post in full. Save your mouse click for when you really need it!
If you have come across this blog, you probably know that I am just starting work as the Campus Director with the Cumberland Campus of Sydney University, employed by AFES, the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students.
So what I'm planning to do here is use this blog to keep you informed. Especially, I want you to know about how you can pray for and support the work that I am doing with the team at Cumbo.
On campus, I'll be working closely with Tracey Gowing and a whole team of keen ministry staff and students as part of the ECU, the Evangelical Christian Union.
There's a lot more to say, but right now here's something especially designed for Sydney-based friends and supporters. There are 2, yes TWO support suppers planned for early March.
Supper 1: March 5, 7.30 for 7.45 at St Paul's Anglican Church, Moseley St, Carlingford. If you know me from somewhere other than Carlingford (Gladesville, Pymble, Matthias Media, Wahroonga, somewhere else in Sydney or Melbourne??), then this is the one for you—although if you can't make it, you're welcome to the other one.
Supper 2: March 12, 7.30 for 7.45, also at St Paul's Anglican Church, Moseley St, Carlingford. If you know me from Carlingford, then this is the one for you—although if you can't make it, you're welcome to the other one.
At both suppers, you will get to hear about the AFES work at Cumberland, and the work that I'm doing. You'll get to meet a Cumbo student, and hear about the work from their perspective.
Pretty soon I will post again with a bit more detail, including how you can RSVP, but I thought it would be good to let you get the relevant date—March 5 or March 12—into your diary as soon as you can.
If you can't make it to either supper, the best and easiest way to begin supporting the work is to contact AFES direct.