Discerning & living into my call to mission – Marcaus Muller

Session

Getting comfortable with the C word – Defence Force chaplains bring Christ to those who are called to preserve our way of life by potentially taking the lives of others. Serving the pastoral care needs of this select and largely secular cross-section of society is never routine. Comfort zones of both the caregiver and receiver can be understandably stretched, but surprisingly similar. After a 25 year career in the Australian Army Marcaus retrained as a Baptist pastor in order to serve in his present role as a uniformed chaplain. From the everyday barracks environment in Brisbane to national and international deployments for training, natural disasters, and potential conflict, the role and responsibilities of the military Chaplain are privileged and profound. Come gain anecdotal insight into sharing Christ through care and connection wherever you may find your heart for mission deployed.

Day

God With Us - Wednesday 7th July

Time

WA 2.30-3.10pm NT and SA 4.00-4.40pm East Coast 4.30-5.10pm

Delivery Method

Live from the Brisbane hub and streamed to hubs and homes around the country

Host

Bob Rogers is Global Interaction's State Director.

Marcaus Muller

Storyteller

Marcaus Muller is an ordained Qld Baptist minister currently serving as an Army chaplain who also volunteers for street chaplaincy in the Brisbane entertainment district. Marcaus was featured by the ABC during the bushfires for his ministry in the town of Batlow. Marcaus will share stories from the frontline to illustrate the opportunities that chaplaincy gives for evangelism in an increasingly post-God nation.

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