About this blog and a bit about Mark Brown
God has challenged me to journey even deeper into His Word and most days I will post my reflection on this blog and on the Facebook page.
And you are welcome to join me on the journey!!
God bless, Mark Brown
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‘Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.’ Psalm 119:105
Bit about me
I am an Aussie living in Australia. Up until March, 2010 I was CEO of Bible Society New Zealand. Soon after finishing as CEO I started my own company, Global Scope Media, which provides support and advice for organisations wanting to effectively engage with the internet. (If you would like some help email me at markbrown[at]globalscopemedia.com ) In 2007 I founded a church in the virtual world of Second Life (see: Anglican Cathedral of Second Life ) which though I am no longer actively involved, continues to offer services each week.
In June I started Global Scope Ministries which exists to encourage people into a deeper relationship with Jesus, through being changed by the Word of God, committed to prayer, sacrificial service and the honest confession of sin.
It achieves this through a range of Facebook pages and websites and involves an awesome team of 18 volunteers who work hard to keep the pages going.
Praying People http://www.facebook.com/PrayingPeople
Oversight of The Bible page
Sisters in Christ (Woman’s Fellowship)
Journey Deeper into God’s Word
Journey Through The Bible
God will Act!!! http://www.facebook.com/Godwillact
The Holy Bible
Journey Deeper into God’s Word.
I am also (sometimes, not often enough) completing a doctorate in business looking at developing a new organisational theory for the emerging digital age. I am an Anglican Priest and assist with a church where I live.
I absolutely love my Bible, want to pray way more often and am addicted to working out (weights, running, swimming). My ideal day involves hanging out with my family and brief moments of stillness by myself in the aussie bush.