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About Warwick

Warwick Marsh has been married to Alison Marsh since 1975 and has five children and five grand children and they live in Wollongong in NSW. He is a family advocate, social reformer, musician, TV producer, writer and speaker. In 1989 Warwick and his wife Alison founded Australian Heart Music and before this they worked in the Building Construction Industry.

Beginning in 1990 they travelled extensively throughout Australia and around the world with their musical family performing and sharing the message of the importance of family and faith. Together with his family they recorded seven albums and produced many others and from 1995-98 Warwick worked with Indigenous Australians whilst coordinating the Praise Corroboree which was an annual event featuring prayer and reconciliation held in Parliament House in Canberra.

In 2002 Warwick & Alison Marsh established the Dads4Kids Fatherhood Foundation to encourage fathers and promote excellence in fathering through web, TV, radio, research and policy development, educational programs and training the trainer.

Warwick is a leader in the Mens Movement and he is well known in Australia for his advocacy for children, marriage, manhood, family, fatherhood and faith. Warwick is passionate to encourage men to be great fathers and to know the greatest Father of all.

Contact

Warwick Marsh
Warwick(AT)webshield.net.au
Wollongong, NSW Australia

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