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SparkLit Leadership Tag

David Painter joins the SparkLit Council

While on study leave in Australia, David Painter will serve on the SparkLit Council. In 2019 he will resume his pioneering work in Christian publishing and theological education in Cambodia.   David and Leoni together with their two children, Joshua and Grace, have served with the Church...

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Simon Woodley joins the SparkLit Council

Simon has worked in the book industry for over twenty years and is currently the Managing Director of ALS Library Services, an Australian business supplying public libraries.   “Twenty years in the trade has taught me that people still read. While technology and devices compete for our...

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SparkLit Council member Paul Barker made bishop

              On Saturday 12 November SparkLit Council member the Revd Dr Paul Barker was ordained and consecrated as a Bishop in the Diocese of Melbourne.   Paul recently returned from South-East Asia after six years as a visiting lecturer in Biblical Theology, Old Testament and Homiletics, and as...

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Dr Paul Barker joins SparkLit Council

Paul Barker brings to SparkLit comprehensive experience in the region where most of our projects are located. He loves books and reading. He is committed to God and His mission.   “The majority world does not have access to quality, relevant or vernacular books. Yet pastors rely...

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Putting the pow! into empowerment

SparkLit advances God’s kingdom by empowering Christian writers and publishers in difficult places. SparkLit does not publish books. We are a publisher’s companion.   We do not do for our publishing partners what they can and must do themselves. We invest in emerging indigenous publishers where life-changing...

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A lifestyle choice

Has there ever been a culture as addicted to pleasure as our own? Comfort is king.   We are risk averse and avoid pain at all costs. We complain bitterly when we are disappointed. When things don’t go our way, we are shattered.   Qaiser Julius tells me that...

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