Geoff Bullock

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Bullock at the piano, September 2009

Geoff Bullock (born 6 November 1955) is an Australian Christian singer-songwriter and pianist best known for his song "The Power of Your Love". He became a committed Christian in 1977, when he was in his early twenties.

Bullock was born in Sydney, Australia. He went to Knox Grammar School from 1964 to 1972.

Bullock has recorded over 20 albums and written two books, Hands of Grace and The power of your love... Jesus the unexpected God.

Bullock has spoken openly about issues of mental health for a some years. In 2003 he was diagnosed as having bipolar II, a diagnosis that has now been independently challenged, questioned and finally dismissed.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Bullock worked as a television cameraman at ABC Television from 1975 to 1984, including work on The Marcia Hines Show, Farnham and Byrne, Mastermind, Parkinson, The Norman Gunston Show, Play School and news and current affairs programs before taking up music ministry full-time.

Bullock was part of the team that pioneered the Hills Christian Life Centre in 1983. He was appointed the worship pastor for Hillsong Church in Sydney and was the convenor of the annual Hillsongs Conference from 1987 to 1995. During that time Hillsong recorded six albums, in which he wrote many notable songs including "The Power Of Your Love", "Have Faith In God", "I Will Never Be The Same Again", "Refresh My Heart", "This Kingdom", and "You Rescued Me". He experienced a marriage breakdown in 1996.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Craving choruses don't strike the right chord, Mardi Lumsden, Journey Online, 2008-10-27, accessed

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