Q & A with Greg and Rose Hosking
Greg and Rose are involved with the labouring community in Canberra. Greg works part-time in university ministry, and will be adding military ministry during the year. We asked him a few questions to help us get to know him better.
How did you come into relationship with Jesus?
I grew up in a Christian home, which meant that – if you had asked my 5-year-old self – I would have said I knew who Jesus was. However, it wasn’t until my teenage years that I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Saviour. Further to that, it was only in my early twenties that I understood what it meant to follow Jesus.
How have Navigators helped you grow and develop your vision?
In my last 12 months as a student at the ANU campus, I was reacquainted with Luke Midena. Our parents were friends and I had known Luke when I was a child and he was studying at the ANU. Luke reintroduced me to the Navigators, and I began to train and strengthen my faith. Through this process, I understood what good discipleship looked like and it gave me the desire to do the same thing with others.
What is your role with the Navigators?
I am currently working with the ANU campus team, and I will be assisting the ADFA/RMC team moving into 2022. One-on-one discipleship training with young men is the majority of the work I do; I also lead a Bible study group and assist with the weekly student meetings.
What are you praying for God to do during your time as a staff-in-training and in the future?
I pray that God uses me to have a lasting impact on the lives of the students with whom I meet.