Dear friends & family in Christ,

1) He will be also be speaking at a RUAP Campaign Meeting in Bendigo at 7pm Saturday 27th July at Long Gully Community Centre at 27 Havilah Road.

You may click the following link to download the brochure for printing and distribution amongst your family & friends.

At Oasis Christian Church at 10am & 7pm Sunday 28th July (same address as above),  Pr Daniel will be ministering God’s prophetic Word and sharing the vision for national revival and reformation in Australia by 2020.

Please contact John or June on 0402 087 083 for more info regarding any of the meetings.

2) RUAP Vic State President Yvonne Gentle, Vic #2 Candidate Rosalie Crestani & National Campaign Managers Rajeev @ Yasmin will be speaking at RUAP Campaign Meetings in Corryong at 7.30pm Sat 20th July at Memorial Hall, in Shepparton on Mon 22nd 7:30pm at Terminus Hotel at 212 High St and in Moama, Victoria on Tues 23rd July at the Border Inn at 23 Meninya St.

Also they will be attending the AOG church in Corryong on Sun 21st July and maybe sharing about RUAP.

Please contact Yvonne on 0414 870 453 for more details regarding any of these meetings.



2 Responses to “Pr Daniel & RUAP Campaign in Bendigo on Sat 27 & Sun 28 July / RUAP Vic Campaign in Corryong, Shepparton & Moama from 20-23 July”

  1. 1 Forde

    Thank you my prayers and thoughts/blessings with you all..Forde

  2. 2 John

    I am believing that the earnest prayer of the righteous will get Gods ear on the election of “enough” RUAP candidates to ‘make a difference’ in Australia’s politics, and ‘turn heads’ in the public arena.

    I am believing that God has now allowed Rudd’s stance on the ‘boat people’, to make Abbott now become more definite in how the Liberals will approach this policy. Praise God that the Liberals will now need to rethink on the carbon tax as well, and come out with some real details on how to serve ‘small Business better, having regard to (a) compliance, (b) taxation, freedom to employ whom they want, not necessarily Union members in any situation. We could do well to embrace these topics if we have the resources to get into the detail ?

    In view of the very small number of Statistically Gay sympathisers, It can only be the media that is encouraging the belief that a majority of Australians want changes to the Marriage act . I have a gut feeling that internationally and in Australia, there is not a lot of support for gays, and our persistent prayers will get us the victory on this important issue.

    “Saltshakers” have been consistent in condemning the very issues RUAP is against and I can only recommend that RUAP encourage members to check out their website ( ) to further investigate ways to encourage their politicians to vote against any changes to the status quo of the contentious bills before the various parliaments.

    Kind Regards,


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