Pastor Zoran has served in a variety of churches over many years and is more widely known for his prophetic ministry and passion for leadership development. He has travelled extensively nationally and internationally speaking, training and conducting seminars and conferences.
As an author, his book ‘In Your Dreams’ has equipped thousands of people with prophetic keys to understanding and interpreting their dreams and visions.
Pastor Zoran is certified internationally to coach & train individuals, teams and organizations in the 26 distinct competencies of Social and Emotional Intelligence.
He is an accredited trainer with ISEI (Institute for Social + Emotional Intelligence Asia Pacific), which is recognized by ICF (International Coaches Federation).
Prior to taking up the senior pastor’s position at NLC, Pastor Zoran served on the team at Planetshakers for ten years as Campus Pastor and Vice President with Planetshakers College where he continues to lecture.
Pastor Zoran is also a board member for the Australian Branch of ICEJ (International Christian Embassy Jerusalem).
Pastor Zoran’s interests comprise of his love for fishing, cycling, table tennis, soccer (Melbourne Victory and Liverpool F.C.) and AFL football (Go Cats).
He loves his family and desires his adult children and grandchildren to achieve above and beyond what their parents could ever accomplish.
Kate is passionate about people discovering their value, uniqueness and God-given potential. She has fourteen years of experience on staff as a high school chaplain along with many years of pastoral ministry in a church setting.
Kate holds a ‘Diploma of Counselling’ with the Australian Institute of Professional Counselors and a ‘Certificate IV in Youth Ministry’ as well as training with ASIST in suicide prevention and Seasons Grief & Loss.
Kate has run life skill courses and presented workshops that promote self-worth, values, communication and friendship, conflict resolution, anti-bullying, etc. She was formerly involved in a government-run pilot program called Connect-Ed, an alternate education program for teenagers at risk presenting workshops in personal development and goal setting.
Kate raised up a team of facilitators delivering the ‘Choices, Decisions & Outcomes’ program which was introduced to five high schools in the Western Victorian Wimmera region. Kate also served as a board member and helped established Lazarus Community Centre for the homeless and socially isolated.
Kate thrives on meeting new people, she is a keen gardener and lover of all things nature. She adores her family comprising of three adult children and four grandchildren.