Interview with Christie Jacobs
Christie Jacobs is a Yidinji woman, the granddaughter of well-known Aboriginal musical evangelists
Peter and Eva Morgan, and the daughter of Australia’s best known Aboriginal worship leader, Robyn Green. She
regularly leads worship at Hillsong Darwin and with her husband is a service pastor at the Palmerston campus.
Her passion for the local church is matched by her desire to see the local Aboriginal children that she pastors grow
in forgiveness and grace, as well as being proud about their heritage and past, after the atrocities of the Stolen
How to Cite
Jacobs, C., & Riches, T. (2019). Interview with Christie Jacobs. Australasian Pentecostal Studies, 20(-), 145–153. Retrieved from https://aps-journal.com/index.php/APS/article/view/9544
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