Marphine arrived in Australia as a refugee in 2007, having escaped civil war in Liberia and Ivory Coast. He completed a Bachelor of Ministry then begun a Graduate Diploma in Social Science, majoring in Human Services. He now works for Melbourne City Mission as a Youth Support Worker using his experience and training to assist youth at risk.
“CHC gave me the practical skills and knowledge to make a real difference to young people with complex issues. I can share my story with them, and give them hope and support in the midst of difficult situations.”
It’s lunchtime at @theremington_ in Muswellbrook! This pork cutlet was finished off pretty quickly and none of that plum and chilli sauce was left behind 😁 Paired well with a glass of Two Rivers Verdelho 👌🏼
These are photos of me training in the nature in Tasmania without equipment:
- Handstand endurance on sand
- Walking on uneven stone formations to challenge my balancing skills
- Learning how to walk up the stairs / strengthening my arms and shoulders by walking up the stairs with the help of the rails
It's important to ignore what others might think of you while performing these exercises, especially the last one. Otherwise you might fall on your face and break a tooth. Then you'll look even more funny. So just enjoy the challenge ☀
Phillip Island - Victoria, Australia .
This past weekend we had one hell of an experience with @phillipislandnp exploring this incredibly unique part of Victoria! From exploring the coastline by boat to watching the penguin parade! There is sooo much to do there!! Absolutely pumped wait to get back 😍🙌 #phillipislandnp