We chat to David Armstrong of St Marys.
Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Willy Dumas (an Aboriginal pastor), Jack Hanes (pastor, Imaginations Church) and John Maxwell (leadership guru).
The best advice I ever received was: From my pastor, saying to keep looking for people who carry the presence of God.
The most amazing thing I've done: Ran in three countries — China, Serbia and Latvia — in three weeks.
If I was down to my last $10 I would spent it on: Chips from St Marys takeaway.
My greatest fear is: Not doing God's will.
If I could have a super power it would be: To help cut Aboriginal unemployment and incarceration to zero.
My favourite phrase: Going the second, third and fourth mile.
My hidden talent: Loving seeing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders really empowered in leadership.
If I could travel back in time, I would love to meet: Nelson Mandela.
The one thing I will never throw out: My Bible.
True love is . . . Sharing.
My last meal would be: A freshly cooked Chiko roll.
I'm always being asked: "What do you do?"
My most embarrassing moment: Welcoming the Sri Lankan High Commissioner to a meeting with a standing ovation when he wasn't there.
My first car was: Mazda 1300 buz box.
Wierdest thing in my glovebox: Chewing gum.
My biggest fashion faux pas was: Wearing a shirt to church back-to-front and inside out.
I wish I hadn’t: Crashed my computer.
My earliest memory is: Getting nappies for mum’s hand when she cut it with the reefing hook.
On my bedside table is: A stapler, my utmost for his highest devotional Oswald Chambers and a latch for my guitar case.
People say I look like: Moses, when I grow a beard!
A movie I think everyone should see: Passion of the Christ, Rabbit Proof Fence.
In the future… The choir will grow to 150, reviving the Darug language and gain a few more friends for heaven.
Favourite book as a child: The Bible.