• SOPHIE BURT
    SOPHIE BURT " My hope is to grow so close to God, that it will no longer be my mark left, but one that points to Jesus.” Gapper 2013

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  • ARNICA BRON
    ARNICA BRON
    “Arnica learnt to discover her own faith, not through others beliefs but through knowing God personally.” Gapper 2012



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  • EMMA HOEKSTRA
    EMMA HOEKSTRA “To get through the hard times Emma learnt to draw all her strength, energy and motivation from God.” Gapper 2012

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  • BRADY KEREWARO
    BRADY KEREWARO “I learnt to see God’s love through many situations and learnt that I could show God’s Glory in the smallest of ways.” Gapper 2012

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  • Hanna McLeay
    Hanna McLeay "It was as if God stripped me bare of all the rubbish I held on to and gently built me up again." Gapper in 2011.

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121028AIG-9341 Brady cropped-176x130Learning to Share
By Susan Dietz

Fun loving and open Brady learned to see God's love through many situations and learnt that he could show God's Glory in the smallest of ways. He learnt sharing can be just as important as a grand speech, and some simple food can mean more then silver.

At first Brady was unsure about joining Headspace. He thought it would be "just a bunch of rubbish". But one morning he woke up and God had spoken to him and he knew he needed to go. So go he did, along the way learning that God can love everyone even when we can't. "Leave all your prejudices behind," Brady said. "Because if God can love all of us when we do horrible things we should be able to love each other as well. God shows grace and mercy to all, we need to learn to be kind and forgiving." Brady also learnt that he, along with everyone everywhere, is scared of something, whether it's standing up for God or leaving your home for God. But we must learn to put our trust in Him and know He will always protect us. If we pray and seek His will, God will answer. God is all we truly have in this life.

Brady also learnt the impact of sharing in all forms. While in Thailand many people who had little to nothing would make a feast for Brady and all the Headspace students. "There was so much food to eat, they just kept feeding us," Brady said. Why do we not give when we have so much? This really made Brady think about his life back home and what he could do better. He learnt that sharing can be in other forms as well, such as sharing with his group about struggles. By sharing and listening to others he realised that we all have issues, that we all have baggage and hurt. That by being aware of this, and working with each other, we can make a change in our own life and the life of others.

Going to Headspace was a life changing experience for Brady, "be excited for change," because it will change your life, how you interact with family, friends and God. We do not have to go overseas to serve God, we can do it in our community and home. God's Glory can be shown in the smallest of actions and simplest of words.

If you want to ask Brady about his Headspace experience contact him here.

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