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OUR WCTU STATES

WCTU offices are located in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Here you will find the

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NEW SOUTH WALES

VICTORIA

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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THE MEETING WITH PASTOR SAU WAS INSPIRING ON SEPTEMBER 11.

We met at Sunnyside, Cooranbong and he told us about his lifestyle which was very sad and bad for many years.  He smoked, drank and wasted his life but his mother never stopped praying.  Through God's miraculous intervention in his life, he was completely changed and with his wife, they turned to God and have become ministers serving God and their church.  His mother never saw this change while alive but praise God, one day she will know.  The prayers of a mother are never in vain.

 

The final meeting for the year of the Newcastle Circle Union group will be at the Baptist church at Warnervale on November 6.  A retired police officer, Deb Rowe, will speak and encourage us in our work. She has seen the ravages of the SAD (Smoking, Alcohol, Drugs) poisons and what they do to young lives. She has a message to share.  Please bring small items for the Care Bags.

 

NSW has a large supply of the book written by Doctor John Ashton - 'Uncorked - the Hidden Hazards of Alcohol'.  This has everything you want and need to know about alcohol.  It can be shared with your family, with the school near you or in your church library.  Just write to us for a copy - $10 only.

We are excited to be welcoming new members to our circle in the Newcastle district.  Sue Hoges, from Kairos Prison Ministries is one of those persons.  She is passionate to join us - she comes from a background of alcohol but has given her life to God and is a key manager in Kairos Prison Ministries in NSW.

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SHARING THE DANGERS OF VAPING

WCTU Drug-Free Lifestyles in Victoria has been busy. Last year, members and friends knitted about 450 beanies for premature babies and these have all been given to various hospitals. More caps are needed so knitting continues. Dawn Stark, our Drug Ed Presenter continues her work in primary schools. As usual, the response from teachers was most encouraging. One wrote “Very appropriate. Detailed enough without being gruesome. Perfect. Interesting voice and movement. I would recommend it to anyone.“ Dawn has been emphasising the dangers of vaping and we have recently produced a new information leaflet printed. All students receive this. Copies of the Vaping leaflet are available from our Victorian office. 

SHARING OUR NEW PREMISES WITH YOUNG PEOPLE

The newly purchased property that we now own i s proving to be a blessing and we expect God to do great things as we share literature and love with the young people who stay here. We believe God led us to this project. Our tea rooms continue to be an excellent avenue for outreach in the community of Adelaide. There will be more news as we proceed.

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