Robert Lake
  • 64, Male
  • Bendigo
  • Australia

Robert Lake's Friends

  • Michelle Heather
  • John Dierckx
  • Michael
  • James O'Brien
  • Ed Rotheram
  • Mike Albin
  • Ron Millward
  • Brandon Taylor Smith
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Worship Leader Music

  • 1.
    Brand New Day
  • 2.
  • 3.
    Jesus, we worship You
  • 4.
    Jesus comforts His disciples
  • 5.
    You are my God
  • 6.
    Creator, Redeemer, Conqueror and King
  • 7.
    Sing Hallelujah

Billabong (The Lakes)

Profile Information

Home Church:
Victory Church
Musical Gift(s):
Guitar, vocal, song writing
About Me:
Singer, guitar player, song writer, music leader, ex taxi driver (2 daughters - what more need I say), and my wife Kerri, who has a music degree in Contemporary Christian Music.
Favorite Music:
Paul Baloche, Chris Tomlin, Brian Doerksen (Today is a great journey), Tim Hughes, Brenton Brown, Paul Colman (and PC3), Planet Shakers ....
Favorite Bible Verses / Passages:
Proverbs 3:6:
"in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight."

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At 12:51pm on July 6, 2015, Michelle Heather said…
I can't find your songs :(
At 4:34pm on October 4, 2013, Joe Aiken said…
Hi Robert, here's a free song download for you...
At 7:00am on August 2, 2010, Ruth Njuguna said…
Hi Rob,
How are you doing, hope still worshipping God. am still standing strong for Christ. Thanks and just wanted to say hi. God bless you.
At 1:35am on June 1, 2010, Wanda Brljevich said…
Hi Robert,
Nice to have another Kiwi friend on board. How's Wellington? It's nasty weather wise here in Coro today but every day's a good day with the Lord aye. At least better than a day without Him - for sure :)
At 8:08am on May 9, 2010, Simon Wright said…
Hey Robert, are you with CPAC? I used to go to Western Suburbs Christian Fellowship (still do from time to time), who had a camp with a few of your guys this weekend up at sunny El Rancho.

Our band is at, I'm on Facebook too, as is the band.

Nice to see some Kiwis on here!
At 1:04pm on May 4, 2010, Joachima Kim Speer said…
Hi Robert,
Thank you for adding me as a friend - here and on facebook. It's great to meet you.
At 5:57am on February 11, 2010, Teresa Thomas said…
Hi, Robert - Well, they said we would get more today and truthfully I really didn't really think it would be as much as they were predicting. Boy, was I wrong. It is really quite serious -- there are thousands without power, and many people assumed it would be our typical "1-2 days" without being able to get out. There are still people who are stuck in their homes from last weekend's storm, let alone today's. Many stores yesterday were completely or almost out of bread, eggs, meats...I've never seen them so unstocked. We are doing okay, but I'm very fearful for the elderly, and for people like my dad who has to have dialysis treatments 3xs a week and couldn't get to his treatment today. So, all your prayers in sunny Sydney are very much appreciated! You going to catch a Hillsongs worship service while you're out there?! We just spoke w/our dear friends outside of Oamaru tonight. The kids were swimming in the river...and the weather there is warm and sunny! Hard for me to imagine right now.. :-)
At 7:32am on February 7, 2010, Teresa Thomas said…
Robert -- oh my! It's been something! They've yet to plow our street...praying no one in the neighborhood needs an ambulance for any reason, because there isn't a chance any vehicle can make it down our roads. Even cars with chains are getting stuck! The cities are just not prepared for this kind of snowfall....roads and highways are still shut down, and *everything* was closed today. Tomorrow, *all* the local churches are closed. I've never seen it quite like this before, and I've lived here all my life. The kids are absolutely having a BALL....building igloos and tunnels, etc. We are *extremely* fortunate that my father purchased us a snow blower a few years ago, so my husband didn't have to shovel the driveway today at all. He was also able to help some neighbors, which was good. All in all, it's been amazing. My biggest fear (your prayers appreciated) is that our roof, and the roofs of our friends and families will stay stable with the weight of all the snow. We don't get light, powdery snow at all -- it's *very* heavy, wet snow. And 30 + inches is more than they are used to. I am trusting all will be well! For the most part, we're loving it...and it's a beautiful thing to see. It will probably not ever happen again in my lifetime, as the last time we had this much snow was in 1922! Thanks so much for checking in on's so nice to know there are people on the other side of the world thinking of us!

Here are a couple of photos. One is taken yesterday, and the other was taken this morning around 8am.

At 2:32am on January 14, 2010, Teresa Thomas said…
Oh, Rob! I'm so sorry I didn't know you were in town and so close!! Yes, we're just about 30-45 mins outside of Washington, DC. Well, please let me know next time you're here, and IF we're still here, you will have to come over for tea!! Have a lovely trip home, and enjoy that warm weather!

At 7:01am on January 13, 2010, Teresa Thomas said…
Hi, Robert -
Well, I'm sitting here FREEZING....and was thinking you're probably all toasty warm enjoying summer. Enjoy it!!!!!! LOL!! :-)


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