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.

Articles by Greg Bondar.

  • 25 July 2022

    3.2 MINS

    Neil Johnson's media career spans four decades in broadcast/journalism running parallel to his vocation as a Christian minister of the Gospel. He's been the host of the long-running morning talk-radio program 20Twenty on Vision Christian Radio since 2010. Vision is heard in more than 770 [...]

  • 7 June 2022

    3.1 MINS

    It is vital that Australians work together to help preserve what Aboriginal heritage we can. The Rev Hon Fred Nile has presented an important bill to this end. When I was CEO of the Tharawal Local Aboriginal Land Council (TLALC), I was privileged to have [...]

  • 28 March 2022

    3.3 MINS

    This Easter as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, we are reminded of the need for Freedom of Religion more than ever. Freedom of religion is a universal human right to be protected for the benefit of all -- but particularly those of the [...]

  • 7 February 2022

    3.3 MINS

    Considering the probable timing of our upcoming federal election, it looks like the Religious Discrimination Bill has scant chance of being passed before that. The 2022 Australian federal election must be held on or before 21 May 2022 to elect members of the 47th Parliament [...]

  • 12 January 2022

    3.9 MINS

    Banning sex-selection is a good start for reducing prenatal discrimination, but can more be done? Pressure to ban prenatal sex-selection has grown with rising sex ratios at birth in some countries. Governments feel pressured to act, and bans seem an immediate step they can take. [...]

  • 11 January 2022

    5.1 MINS

    In today's post-Christian Australian society which is increasingly hostile toward faith, the Religious Discrimination Bill merely aims to bring religious freedom protections into line with protections for other attributes. The Australian Parliamentary Joint Human Rights Committee on the Inquiry into the Religious Discrimination Bill is [...]

  • 17 December 2021

    3.6 MINS

    The coronavirus pandemic has seriously altered our lives. We ponder how it has affected our religious practice, and how the faithful can adjust to restrictions that have sundered physical communities. A crisis on the scale of COVID-19 permeates all aspects of society, for better or [...]

  • 11 November 2021

    4.1 MINS

    The recent rise of Dominic Perrottet as NSW Premier prompts us to ask: what role should Christians play in politics? To answer this, we must distinguish between 'political Christians' and 'Christians in politics'. The attacks on the recently elected NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet have once [...]

  • 29 September 2021

    5.2 MINS

    Reflections on the Man and his Book [Tony McLellan was an ex-pat businessman who returned to Australia from the US and became an influential chair of the Australian Christian Lobby. He has served on the boards of public companies, including several in the resources sector, [...]

  • 24 August 2021

    3.8 MINS

    Journalism is meant to be objective and neutral, but modern reporting is consistently anti-Christian in its values and presentation. I have a lot to be thankful for when I read Mark Twain, American author and humourist, as he has captured the issues we as Christians [...]