Ken Duncan has been described as “definitely one of Australia’s most iconic image makers” and “the photographer who is now undoubtedly Australia’s (and possibly the world’s) leading exponent of panoramic landscape photography”. But in his own view, Ken is simply “an average photographer with a great God”. Ken became a Christian in 1986 and lives on the NSW Central Coast with his wife and daughter. He is an elder and Director of Hope Central Limited, CEO of the Ken Duncan Group Pty Ltd and Founder-Chairman of Walk a While Foundation Limited.
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Pamela Duncan, Managing Director of the Ken Duncan Group of Companies, has worked alongside her husband, Ken, for the past 27 years. In pursuing their vision “To show the beauty of God’s creation”, they built a successful business employing over 50 people at times. Since becoming a Christian in 1986, Pam’s life and achievements are a testimony to the goodness and healing power of God. She is an elder and Director of Hope Central Limited, the church she has attended with Ken since 1988. Pam is a Director of Walk a While Foundation Limited.
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Barry Follett was born in New Zealand, of Maori descent, and age 26 received Jesus as his Saviour in a small, but dynamic AOG church in Manurewa, Auckland. In 1980 he and his family moved to Australia to help pioneer Christian Life Centre (CLC) with Pastor Brian Houston on the Central Coast of NSW. After eight years Barry and his wife Lyn then stepped out to establish Hope Central in Terrigal, where he is still the Senior Pastor. Barry was invited to join the Walk a While Board of Directors in 2013.
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Graeme Thitchener is married to Jenny, has three children and lives at Forresters beach on the NSW Central Coast, where he and Jenny have attended Central Coast Evangelical Church for the past 13 years. As a Structural Engineer, Graeme has worked in construction of heavy rail transport, bridges and civil works, and now runs his own design practice. Graeme holds a deep commitment to the Walk a While project that the Western Desert people have initiated. This is based in his deep and personal belief in Jesus Christ, and in the power of the cross.
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Dennis Woodward has been involved in the engineering, fabrication and construction industry for most of his business life. His business designed and produced a range of rural and industrial buildings which were supplied and assembled across much of Australia and abroad.
Dennis lives on the South Coast of NSW with his wife Virginia, where they worked and raised their three children. Dennis accepted Christ as a pre-teen and has always been involved in church life, with commitments in many areas. He loves sharing his faith and is always excited by what God has in store when people open their lives to Him.
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