Much of the work of OAC in Queensland focusses on street evangelism – going out into the public space and seeking to engage complete strangers in the gospel. Through this approach, thousands of people each year have heard the Christian message and been challenged to consider where they will spend eternity. It can initially be a scary way to do evangelism, but it allows us to reach multitudes of people who might otherwise have no Christian witness in their life. While we do not see many people that we talk to again, we do know of some people that God has saved and who have gone on to a strong walk with Jesus.

If you would like to learn more about street evangelism and how you and your church might get involved, please contact us at the Queensland branch and we would be happy to help you get started. If you would like to become a volunteer to serve with OAC in street evangelism, you can apply here.


OAC Queensland conducts training in basic evangelistic techniques that can be used in a wide range of scenarios. It is not just training people to do street work, but rather equipping every believer to do what God has called us to do.

OAC will come to your church to run a course or we can also offer online training for groups who are too far away to do training in person.

Learn more about the training course we run.


OAC in Queensland can provide a trained presenter for a variety of formats including Sunday services, Christian camps, school chapel services or even special events. The message can be evangelistic/ apologetic or on the topic of evangelism and our mission to reach the lost. We speak to small groups and large events.

To enquire about how OAC might serve your church, school or event, please contact us.


Andrew Walkington

Andrew has been on staff with OAC in Queensland since April 2018. Having been saved out of an atheistic upbringing, he has a deep passion for evangelism and for training others to share their faith effectively.

He has served in vocational ministry since 2007 in both missions and pastoral work and holds a MDiv from Melbourne School of Theology. He is married to Catherine and together they have 4 children.

You can read Andrew’s testimony