In this show, we talk to Justin about his early years, the influences on his life, and how he ended up in Australia. Listen to podcast.
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About our Guest
Justin Geange, 49, from Logan Queensland, a husband of 27 years and a father of two beautiful IVF daughters, Geange works as a Field Officer for Suicide Prevention Charity Mates in Construction and is an R U OK? Community Ambassador. As a Christian who has a lived experience of suicide and mental health diagnosis of bipolar type two spanning 35 years, he is a passionate about starting conversations within these challenging topics. You may have seen him over the years as Buck the Brisbane Bronco Mascot who appeared on Australia’s Got Talent in 2012 or perhaps this year as the singing plumber on channel 7’s Holey Moley.
A Christian-based ministry to all men, to help them grow and be the men God created them to be; to find faith in Christ, and also find community in an atmosphere of fellowship, camaraderie, openness, honesty, and support around other men in small, and potentially Momentum small groups.