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Pastor Ada brings power and relevance to the message of reconciliation, restoration and hope. Not only does she minister powerfully, but she also provides real-world solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing the heart of our Nation.
Ada first radically encountered God at the age of 15 and committed her life to knowing Him and growing others in the spirit and truth of encountering Jesus, Father God and walking by Holy Spirit. Her heart is to raise a new generation into an encounter lifestyle and to champion indigenous voices to rise up. Both of these heart cries form the foundation of her ministry, Indigenous Apostolic Prophetic Voice – a ministry to the Church and a practical hand to the community. The anointing on her life delivers and champions others, breaks generational strongholds, and is radically enacted in her fiery love, apostolic teaching, prophetic gifts and ability to release true lovers and disciples of Christ.
In 2015 Indigenous Apostolic Prophetic Voice was birthed after Ada received a vision of Jesus weeping over the map of Australia. He shared the heart of why He wept as He said, “Your voice and the voices of your people have been shut down for too long.”
These voices are being raised up to be heard, valued, and to bring unity; unity that commands a blessing; unity that brings reconciliation and restoration to the land. In 2021 Pastor Ada was honoured to be invited to represent Indigenous voices on the Australian Prophetic Council and Queensland Prophetic Council. Her word at The Australian Prophetic Summit was greeted with a standing ovation as she ministered to God’s heart for this nation.
Ordained over 20 years ago, Ada’s heart for her people, Nation (and her home State Queensland) guided her through an extensive career in Health, Education, and Community Development. Born in St George, South-West Queensland, the 6th child of the late Lindsay and Betty Boland (nee Hall), Ada’s mother’s clan are the Yuwaaliyaay people (from Dirranbandi into NSW), and her father’s clan are the Bigumbul people (Toobeah, Boggabilla & Toomelah). Ada’s journey in God has taken her to many nations like the US, Africa, Asia and the Pacific as she mentored, encouraged and trained local Pastors and Leaders and in 2004, Ada pioneered Townsville Community Church, pastoring there for 11 years as an Ordained Australian Christian Churches Minister.
Journeying together with partners to create positive impact and deliver social, emotional, and spiritual resilience, Ada enables, empowers and activates leadership in family and community.