Cameron and Tracey
1. Share something unique about yourself
Cameron - I start nearly everyday with Crunchy Peanut Butter on hot toast.
Tracey - It's about 30 years later than I dreamed of doing it, but I am studying part time for a Bachelor of Communications majoring in Screen Studies and Creative Writing. God is into restoring broken dreams. I love it.
2. Favourite childhood memory?
Cameron - Riding my BMX bike through the Royal National Park.
Tracey - Anything involving my Grandma or sausage dogs.
3. Why did you choose your current occupation?
Cameron - I work for a Christian Ministry, so when God called I said, yes! There is nothing better than partnering with Jesus to help restore broken lives.
Tracey - It chose me (see above).
4. Sum up Lifehouse in one sentence
Cameron - We are the hands and feet of Jesus.
Tracey - Family.
5. When I first came to a Lifehouse church service I thought/felt….
Cameron - Welcomed, I could see the people cared about each other.
Tracey - The food was yum! It was also good that there was encouragement to go for a meal afterwards, a chance to get to know people better. You don't actually socialise much during a church service as you're busy listening!
6. Where do you volunteer your time at church?
We lead an amazing Oasis group, and serve in the areas of Worship and Leadership.
7. What motivates you?
Cameron - Knowing there is more to do in the Kingdom of God and the anticipation that when Jesus returns I will hear Him say "Well done good and faithful servant .... come and share your master's happiness".
Tracey - That's a big question ... I'll let you know when I've got it sorted. Creativity would be part of the equation.
8. One word to describe your mid week Fuel/Oasis group
Cameron - Honest
Tracey - Real
9. Who would you most like to be stuck in a lift with and why?
Cameron - Besides Jesus? probably Smith Wigglesworth, and just let some of that faith rub off on me.
Tracey - Someone who could tell me how to convince my husband that another cat in our house would be a good move. Given that I don't think such a person exists, then probably Gareth Malone - I'd love to do what he does. Or all four members of Abba. Crowded lift, but it would be worth it.
The last person I'd want to be stuck in a lift with would be Carl Barron as I would have to wet myself ... and isn't that just the biggest no-no in a stuck lift?
10. If you could travel anywhere in the world where would it be and why?
Cameron - Israel draws me but i just want to see our beautiful Australia
Tracey - Where there are people special to me - currently UK, USA, South Africa, NZ, Germany, Canada (you get the picture) and all points of our own beautiful country. Apart from that - a river cruise in Europe or anywhere in Australia where there's a river, a campfire and access for a caravan.