Steadfast Endeavour: A Chronicle of Church Interaction with Pilbara Aboriginal Society, 1945-1995
Account of the influence that missionaries from the Apostolic Church of Australia had on Aboriginal people of the Pilbara; formation of Pilbara Aboriginal Church in 1971 to counter effects of introduction of drinking rights at Roebourne; revival of Aboriginal culture associated with growth of Christianity; biographical details of church leaders.
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Vision and Adversity
Crusades and Crises
The Legacy of Katjatu
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Aboriginal Church accepted activity already Apostolic assist Australia became become Bible Board Bob Williams called camp Carnarvon Centre changed Christian Churches of Christ Citizenship commitment concern culture David Department early east Elders encouraged established European evangelism example experience felt Fisher further George Gospel Government groups Hedland held Hostel important influence initiation interaction interest involved Jigalong Katjatu Lance language later leaders living Lord Margaret means meetings ministry Mission missionaries moved Native North Nullagine Officer opportunity outreach pastoral Pilbara Pilbara Aboriginal Port position practical present region relationship Reserve residents respect responsibility Roebourne role says School significant situation social Society spiritual staff Station Stevens Sunday took town traditional travelled tribal visits Welfare West Western workers young