Jason International

Christian Ex-Gay Ministry

Australia

Australia

To contact the Jason ministry that is in charge of Australia, please contact Bishop Paul:

Pastor Paul (New Zealand)

Email: Jason.ministry@xtra.co.nz

Landline: DD (0064) 3 327 7999

Mobile: DD (0064) 27 327 6000

The Joshua Circle

The Joshua Circle

Located in Melbourne, Australia, the Joshua Circle provides pastoral counseling, pastoral care, spiritual accompaniment and healing prayer to those who face sexual and relational issues.  It also provides training and information programs for churches and pastoral workers on the issue pertaining to sexuality, spirituality and relationships.
 
Joshua has a particular focus on working with men and young people.  Joshua also has an extensive referral system to trusted local ministries. A support group for men struggling with sexual issues (eg. pornography, sexual addiction and/or unwanted same sex attraction) is in the works, if enough interest is garnered.
 
All inquiries are confidentially held.

For more information, email Noel at  crewjoshua@gmail.com
 
 

Grace and Peace,

Noel

Australia - Links

Barnabas House (New South Wales)

Jane Dawson; 18 The Avenue, Hurstville NSW 2220

SM: licensed counsellor


Freedom! Ministries (New South Wales)

Director: Rev. Andrew Beel; Phone: 61 8 94471849, Fax: 61 8 9243 1017; 68 Justin Drive, Sorrento, WA, 6020, Australia.

E-Mail: revbeel@bigpond.com

 

Liberty Christian Ministries Inc. (New South Wales)

Directors: Simon Riches PO Box 67, Summer Hill, NSW 2130. Telephone: 011-61-02-9798-4685.

 

Liberty, Inc. (Queensland)

Director: Paul Wegner;  Phone: 61 7 3390 4250, Fax: 61 7 3371 4705; P.O Box 2083, Tingalpa, Queensland, 4173, Australia.

E-Mail: info@libertyinc.org.au

 

More Links & Infos

Courage

Brisbane, QLD: St. Lucia, contact Fr. Gregory Jordan, S.J.,                
Phone 07 3878 0638, Email, gfjordan@mailbox.uq.edu.au

Brisbane, QLD: Nundah, contact: Brendan Scarce:
brisbanecourage@bigpond.com                                                          
phone number: 07 3865 2464                                                    

Melbourne, VIC: Hawthorne,                                                      
contact Fr. Denis Ward, OFM Cap.                                                     
Email: MELBOURNE@hotmail.com

 

Perth:

Natalie 
L J Goody Bioethics Centre
39 Jugan St, Glendalough
WESTERN AUSTRALIA  6016

Tel: (+618) 9242 4066
Fax: (+618) 9242 4067

Sydney, NSW: Broadway,  
contact Josef at sydneycourage@yahoo.com






Living Waters

Australia
Ron Brookman
Living Waters Ministries Australia
P.O. Box 440
Sans Souci
N.S.W. 2219
Phone: (61) 29 529 0022
Fax: (61) 29 5295436
E-mail: brookman@livingwaters.org.au




Other useful addresses:

Gender Menders

www.gendermenders.org

Contact

Contact Details

Gender Identity Awareness Association (GIAA)

PO Box 499

Diamond Creek

Victoria 3089

Australia

website-www.gendermenders.org

Email-GIAA at gendermender@gmail.com

Email-Gender Menders at gendermender@gmail.com

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Links:

www.christianity-and-homosexuality.com
Australian Federation for the Family

Australia
Steve Hill
614-1422-3278
PO Box2271 Coffs Harbour
NSW 2450
E-Mail: australia@mkp.org
Web: www.mkpau.org









Links:

The Australian Federation of Men's Health & Wellbeing Associations Inc.

Our associations are dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of men and boys and to create a better world for all.







Pathways Foundation - runs the "Pathways to Manhood" nationwide rites of passage program for adolescent boys with their fathers (or significant male). A week long bush camp experience that acknowledges and honours this major transition of a boy entering into the world of men in a healthy way. It also supports and acknowledges the profound changes that the young man's mother and father need to adjust to. Many of the MKP Australia warriors are actively involved in this important community project, both as participants and facilitators. Two of the founders are intitiated warrriors.
The aim of the Pathways to Manhood programme is twofold. The first is to assist in the transition from boy to young man which is a critical period in the life of any teenage boy. The second is to inspire our boys to have a vision and reach their potential.

The Pathways programme has desired outcomes that include:

Increased self esteem
Improved communication and leadership skills
Decreased harmful behaviour such as drug and alcohol abuse
Decreased youth suicide
Better results at school
Healthier and more stable families

The Pathways to Manhood programme was developed by men interested and concerned about the health and wellbeing of boys and young men in Australia. These men believe that boys need a range of adult men as role models, confidants, mentors, heroes and friends who will journey with them as they develop their male identity and thus grow into balanced integrated men themselves.




Fatherhood Related Sites

The Uncle Project
Byron Child
Manhood Online
Steve Biddulph
Pathways Foundation
Men's Line
Men's Health & Wellbeing
Australian Camp
Connect Association
Families NOW


Uncle is an mentoring and activities program for local boys without active fathers, a community-based organisation committed to guiding and supporting young boys in their personal development during a challenging period of their lives.


Update


Jason Ministries Update

(Oceania, Africa, Asia, Middle East)

COUNTRY                                                                            June 2018                                +                              -

1) Afghanistan                                                                        09                                            02

2) American Samoa                                                                 15                                                                            01           

3) Australia                                                                             16                                            03           

4) DC Congo                                                                          20                                            07

5) Fiji                                                                                      05                                            03                           

6) Ghana                                                                                 15                                            08

7) Iran                                                                                     23                                            04

8)Kenya                                                                                   03                                            01                                                           

9) NewCaledonia                                                                    10                                            01

 10) New Zealand                                                                    07                                                                           02

 11) Nigeria                                                                             02                                            -                               -

12) Papua New Guinea                                                           36                                            01                           

13) Philippines                                                                        74                                            03

14) Republic of the Congo                                                      19                                            08

15) Samoa                                                                               23                                            -                               -

 16) Singapore                                                                         37                                            02

17) Sri Lanka                                                                          12                                                                            01

18) South Africa                                                                     12                                            02

19) Sudan                                                                                04                                                                            01

20) Thailand                                                                            53                                            04

 21United Kingdom                                                                 06                                            02

 22) United States of America                                                 17                                            04           

Totals                                                                                     405                                          55                            05


Of interest is the following:


Increase:  All countries with the exception of the following.

 No change: Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Sudan.


Loss:  American Samoa, Fiji, Kenya, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea.

This represents an increase of 55  Online Group members.


Sadly we lost 05 online members Internationally. We will pray that they return and try again to overcome SSA.


A few countries are bucking the trend in their respective countries and this is represented in their figures.


Philippines, Singapore  and Thailand are continuing to grow regardless of their openness to "selling sex" now seen as a tourist commodity and unacceptable in the sight of almighty God. Please pray that more people will see the light and desire freedom.


Iran  sadly displays an open rejection to SSA. which is punishable by execution. However, almighty God is opening a door for that country to share their concerns and frustrations with SSA. Covert underground church related activity has increased the number of anonymous members to 23 members God is good.

The online anonymity seems to be helping members by holding firm to their confidences and yet at the same time, opening up to much needed sharing with others who are experiencing the same or similar concerns in the lives as far as SSA goes. I am likewise seeing a deepening of Christian understandings by a number within the Group. This is a very difficult thing to achieve given the backgrounds that some have come from given the countries that they live in and the pressures that they live under such as Islamic and other beliefs that have ruled their lives. It is a blessing to see these men opening their hearts to receive the Gospel and indeed starting to talk freely about almighty God. One of the joys is that so many have returned to church commitment and are growing even stronger in the daily and spiritual walks.


The Lord is continuing to do a mighty work of grace in the above mentioned countries. Oftentimes I have no knowledge as to how these dear souls happen to come across JASON, but I am pleased they do. There is so much hurt, suffering and pain being experienced by these members that they are crying for help and turning to Jesus Christ to turn them from SSA to that which is beautiful in His sight.


I  now have assistance that is making this task somewhat lighter on myself. Thank you Jesus.


 Let us together uphold these dear people and their countries before the throne of grace and seek blessings on them all from almighty God.

God bless.


Kia tau te aroha noa ki a koe. Amine.

(Grace be with you. Amen)

 + Bishop Paul

 Email: jason.ministry2017@gmail.com