Greg Bondar

About Greg Bondar

Greg Bondar, MBA (UNE), BEc (USYD), serves as the NSW State Director of FamilyVoice Australia. Greg was formerly the Federal and NSW State Director for the Christian Democratic Party of Australia where he oversaw the 2016 federal elections and various by-elections. He was also a Senior Adviser to the Minister for Transport and Regional Development in the first term of the Howard Government.

Greg worships at St Mark's Anglican Church in the southern suburbs of Sydney. He is on the Steering Committee of Men Meeting the Challenge at Men for Christ Ministries. He is a lay preacher and has been a parish council member and a representative on the Sydney Anglican Diocese Synod. Greg is also involved in Million Christian Men Ministries, which focusses on resources for Christian Men. Greg is an accredited chaplain with Chaplaincy Australia and Sports Chaplaincy Australia.
18 12, 2020

NSW: Euthanasia puts lives at risk

By |2020-12-18T10:52:33+11:00December 18th, 2020|Australia, Life|0 Comments

Members of the ‘left-wing movement’ in the NSW parliament are again pushing ahead with a bill to legalise euthanasia. If this bill goes ahead, NSW will become known as the ‘Killing State’ having legalised Abortion and rejected Zoe’s Law. Alex Greenwich MP announced last week more

15 12, 2020

Celebrating the Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ

By |2020-12-13T12:41:27+11:00December 15th, 2020|Faith|1 Comment

On December 25, Christians around the world will gather to celebrate Jesus’ birth. Joyful carols, special liturgies, brightly wrapped gifts, festive foods. But just how did the Christmas festival originate? How did December 25 come to be associated with Jesus’ birthday? The Bible offers few more

29 10, 2020

Finding Our Strength in Jesus

By |2020-10-26T16:37:45+11:00October 29th, 2020|Faith|0 Comments

In the first year of my Economics degree at Sydney University, I was taught the Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility. This is an economic theory which predicts that at some point, the optimal level of capacity is reached, so that adding an additional unit will more

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