The Executive Team

The Executive Team2019-12-06T17:00:42+11:00

The National Day of Prayer & Fasting Team meet regularly in teleconferences because they live in 5 different locations throughout Australia and are involved in separate ministries or jobs.  All serve as volunteers on the team.



Warwick & Alison

Warwick and Alison have been married since 1975. They live in Wollongong, an hour’s drive south of Sydney, Australia and have five children and a growing number of grandchildren. Warwick and Alison are founders of the Dads4Kids Fatherhood Foundation and also Australian Heart Ministries.

Warwick was the national coordinator and a founding board member for the Praise Corroboree 1996-98, an Aboriginal reconciliation prayer movement. He has had a long-time supportive role in the Australian prayer movement for almost 3 decades. Their current ministry endeavors are mainly with the Dads4Kids Fatherhood Foundation, the Australian Christian Values Institute, the National Day of Prayer and Fasting and the Canberra Declaration.

Warwick and Alison’s passion is to love God and their family and to follow the words of St Francis of Assisi who said, “Preach the gospel and, if necessary, use words”.


32627794 004Wesley Leake is the founder of Business Blessings. Professionally, he is an accountant and business trainer/coach/spiritual leader based in Brisbane, Australia. He has held positions with:

  • Guide Dogs Queensland
  • Scripture Union Queensland and Australia
  • Founding Australian Director for Crown Financial Ministries
  • Willow Creek Association
  • New Hope Brisbane
  • Serves on the board of Transformation Connections as President

Wesley’s passion is to see Kingdom businesses raised up, established and supported in Australia and worldwide.  He is very conscious that a new day has dawned in terms of God’s people being equipped to serve him in the marketplace.

He is married to Pam and they have four children; Johanna, Bethany, Samuel & Elijah.  He attends Bayside Christian Family Church where he serves in an eldership capacity.


Peter WalkerPeter is from the Bunjulung tribe from the Northern Rivers district of NSW and now resides in Rooty Hill, NSW.

Peter is head of the Australian Indigenous Christian Ministries. He and his wife Maria have ministered throughout Australia and around the world.

Peter was the President of the Praise Corroboree, a major prayer and reconciliation event that took place in Parliament House and the Canberra surrounds from 1996 to 2001.

He has successfully organised and led a ‘Joel 2 Solemn Assembly’ in Alice Springs in October 2016 and is working towards a successive one for 2017.



Commissioner James  and Jan Condon have been Officers of The Salvation Army for more than 45 years, retiring from active service on 31st May 2016.  They have served in a variety of leadership roles in three countries:  Australia, Papua New Guinea and the United Kingdom.

James has served as an Officer (ordained minister) of The Salvation Army at Corps (local churches) and at the Headquarters of The Salvation Army in various responsibilities including Public Relations, Fundraising and administrative and spiritual leadership.

He held the position of Church Growth Consultant for The Salvation Army and  also served on the staff of The Salvation Army College for Officer Training.

He had been Divisional Commander of the Newcastle and Central NSW Division followed by the same responsibility for the South Queensland Division of The Salvation Army.

At the International Headquarters of The Salvation Army based in London, he held the position of International Secretary for the South Pacific and East Asia Zone.

On 2nd April, 2011, James was appointed Commissioner and Jan as the Territorial President of Women’s Ministries for the Australia Eastern Territory which covers the States of New South Wales and Queensland as well as the ACT.  This involved some 400 centres of The Salvation Army, with 1,000 Officers of The Salvation Army (ministers of religion) and 4,000 employees.

James is an active member of Rotary International, having joined in 1972.   They have two daughters and have four grandchildren and love spending time with their family.


Rebekah is the Victorian Coordinator for the National Day of Prayer & Fasting and an assistant to Melissa Haigh who is the events coordinator for the National Day of Prayer & Fasting. She is  passionate for prayer both in her region and all across the nation. Rebekah is a pastor and family therapist and founding member of Red Cliffs Christian Fellowship. She has 8 children with her husband Glenn who is the Mayor of Mildura. Her father Ps Cliff Beard was a pioneer Christian leader in Australia and third world missions.