Archive for November, 2014

Footsteps in the Outback

Footsteps in the Outback

Footsteps in the Outback is a new book by former Broken Hill Patrol Minister Rev Jorge Rebolledo featuring a series of stories inspired by his time working with Frontier Services. As the Broken Hill Patrol Minister from 2011-2013, Jorge provided both practical and spiritual care to people across a vast area, travelling both by vehicle …

Farm Rescue volunteers roll in, ready to help

Farm Rescue volunteers roll in, ready to help

Frontier Services national volunteering program in remote Australia, Outback Links, has partnered with drought-relief campaigner Buy a Bale to undertake a massive Farm Rescue. This week almost 30 properties in the drought stricken Goodooga region in north-west NSW will receive a helping hand from our volunteer workforce. There were over 40 skilled volunteers on the …

Don’t miss November Frontier News

Don’t miss November Frontier News

November Frontier News is out now. This edition, we focus on growing up in remote Australia and the challenges and blessings for children in the bush.  In the magazine, we take a look inside the RAFS kit boxes provided to isolated families in Queensland so parents can help their children learn through play. We hear …