Reader of the Week: James Condon

This week we chat to Salvation Army Commisioner, James Condon.

Reader of the Week: James Condon.

Reader of the Week: James Condon.

Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Bill Gates, Pope Benedict XVI and William Booth.

The best advice I ever received: Proverbs 3: verse 6. "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not on thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths."

The most amazing thing I've ever done: Visit Victoria Falls.

If I was down to my last $10 I would spend it on: My grandchildren.

My greatest fear: Failure.

If I could have a super power it would be: The power to eradicate poverty.

My last meal would be: A good steak.

My first car was: A Morris Minor.

My fantasy job is: Prime Minister.

I'm always being asked: When can I see you?

The one thing I will never throw out: My Bible.

My favourite phrase is . . . “The best is yet to be”.

 My hidden talent is: Cooking.

 If I could travel back in time, I would love to see / meet: David Livingstone. 

True love is . . .  Knowing God loves me unconditionally, giving, and forgiving.

My most embarrassing moment was . . . Going into a female toilet in Zimbabwe.

What people may not know about me is:  I am shy and reserved.

 Weirdest thing in my glove-box: A screwdriver.

My biggest fashion faux pas was: Checked shorts and shirts.

 I wish I hadn’t:  I have no real regrets.

My earliest memory is: Going to the milk factory with my Dad where he worked.

On my bedside table is: A lamp.

People say I look like: My father.

A movie I think everyone should see: The Railway Man.

In the future . . . Enjoy retirement with my wife.

Favourite book as a child: Anything by Enid Blyton.