Vision Logo Circle
Vision Logo Circle
The Mystery of Mr Eternity

The Mystery of Mr Eternity

Arthur Stace was one of Australia’s earliest graffiti artists. He wrote the word Eternity in beautiful copperplate script over the streets of Sydney more than half a million times over a span of 35 years. Before that, he was a homeless Aussie battler, a drunk and a criminal.

read more

Empowering Resilience: Natalie’s Journey from Homelessness to Hope

Within the corners of Australian society lies an unseen crisis—hidden homelessness. Mission Australia shares Natalie’s journey. Her life seemed ordinary. She had a thriving career and two little children. Then, Natalie’s world was turned upside down after a painful marriage breakup, leading to unexpected mental health struggles and, ultimately, homelessness.

read more

A Journey of Resilience: John’s Triumph Over Hidden Homelessness

In the heart of Australia’s cities, a silent crisis of hidden homelessness unfolds that remains largely unnoticed. Mission Australia shares the touching journey of John, who led a comfortable and stable life until unforeseen circumstances left him vulnerable to homelessness. John’s story unveils the struggles faced by pensioners and the challenges of finding affordable housing.

read more

The Challenges of Being a Christian Missionary

For many Christian missionaries, spreading the word of God to the corners of the earth is a calling that demands dedication and resilience. Missionaries face many challenges as they seek to share their faith, ranging from cultural and language barriers to the risk of persecution and hostility. 

read more
For Christ and the Continent – John Flynn’s Legacy

For Christ and the Continent – John Flynn’s Legacy

One man who left an enduring heritage is John Flynn, featured on our $20 banknote. From small beginnings, the Australian Inland Mission under this visionary pioneer changed the face of the Outback. The Royal Flying Doctor Service was the culmination of his dream for a ‘Brighter Bush’.

read more