Gospel wagon back in town

Colin Trevaskis and Yackandandah’s Ian Maddock on the gospel wagon in Wodonga. Picture: KYLIE ESLER

Colin Trevaskis and Yackandandah’s Ian Maddock on the gospel wagon in Wodonga. Picture: KYLIE ESLER

THE Albury-based gospel wagon distributing religious literature across the country is back on the road after a year-long break.

Colin Trevaskis and his horses, Aaron and Nellie, are again the centre of attention with road users.

“People see us in the street and stop what they are doing to come and have a look,” Mr Trevaskis said.

The remedial therapist has been talking to people about their spiritual needs for seven years.

“A lot of the trouble in the world happens because people have got away from the principles laid down in the scriptures,” he said.

“More people seem to be turning away from godly principles to other things.”

He preached in towns and villages in Victoria and South Australia — he took nine months off work to tour Queensland.

The wagon and horses travel on a trailer between towns.

They will travel to Shepparton and Wangaratta early next month.

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