A documentary film on God’s revival fire among Indigenous Australians in North Australia and its impact on the nations.
God’s Firestorm: Elcho Island Fireball
An 87 minute documentary film on God’s transforming firestorm of revival that started among Yolnu Aborigines at Galiwin ‘ku, Elcho Island in 1979 and spread around Arnhem Land and then across most of Australia.
God’s Firestorm: Elcho Extra Stories
From Dan and Sue Armstrong, Djiniyini Gondarra, Wendell Flentje, Anna Edwards, Jovilisi Ragata, and includes worship dances and Buthiman’s prayer map.
Australia’s Jubilee and Days of Prayer
Download the entire article with pictures and historical documents.
Revival on board a convict ship
From the book The Convict Ship and England's Exiles by Dr Colin Browning MD who was Naval Surgeon and a Christian
You can read the whole story from pages 231 to 237 here:
As a matter of fact the whole book is worth reading! Dr Browning did an amazing work amongst the convicts on eight convict voyages between 1831 and 1849. By reading the preface you will understand why 156 of the 220 convicts gave their lives to Christ. By the end of each voyage most could read. The guards had little to do on C. S. Theresa because of the convicts changed behaviour. No floggings, no use of the 220 irons on board.
Re-Visioning Australian Colonial Christianity:
New Essays in the Australian Christian Experience 1788-1900
by Stuart Piggin
An Outline History of Evangelical Revivals in the Pacific Islands and in Papua - New Guinea Addresses on the 1972 Revival in Papua - New Guinea by Margaret Reeson, Joan Rule, and Keith Everingham.Compiled and Edited
by Robert Evans
A collection of books on revival by Robert Evans
Revival Interview with Kurt Mahlburg and Graham McLennan
Notes of Interview with Kurt Mahlburg and Graham McLennan
Evangelical Revivals in New Zealand
by Robert Evans and Roy McKenzie (1999)
This book seeks to outline the main evangelical revivals and evangelistic efforts in New Zealand history, and some of the characters who were involved in this.
Essays on the History and Experience of Revival and Revivalism in Australian Christianity
Chapter 15: Rainbow or the Serpent?
Observing the Arnhem Land Aboriginal Revival, 1979 and now.
by John Blacket
Fire in the Outback by John Blacket (Free eBook)
God took the outcasts - rejected and despised Australian Aborigines - and transformed whole communities in a few days, first on an island in north Australia and later across the north, centre and west of Australia. This fire of revival transformed health, hygiene, attitude to work and education, and brought true reconciliation and love between families, clans and tribes that had been fighting for many generations.