Interview with Robyn Ober by Tanya Riches
Robyn Ober is a Mamu woman and an Indigenous educator and Research Fellow at the Batchelor
Institute, Darwin. She is also a service pastor at the Hillsong Darwin (Palmerston) campus. Here she discusses the
way she navigates cultural protocols when in community, in order to be respectful in her work. From her extensive
knowledge of the Top End she outlines some of the significant Christian ministries in the Darwin region, and
speaks about her own leadership from a uniquely Pentecostal perspective.
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