Stu Robinson - Illusionist



Stu Robinson is an Illusionist based in Sydney. Coupling innovative ideas and spectacular magic, he performs a show in which people have said will last in their memories for a long time.

Having been directly pushed and encouraged by some of the biggest names in magic, Stu is an innovator and inventor trying to push the boundaries of magic beyond what has been seen to date.

Becoming a christian when he was fourteen, Stu has always been passionate about telling people the message of Jesu and views magic not only a source of entertainment, but also a source of inspiration and an avenue for the gospel.

“I was blown away by the theatre of it. By the atmosphere. And how incredible the tricks were. I also loved how clearly he explained the message of Jesus.”


Stu Robinson delivers a highly engaging show featuring never before seen illusions. With a high energy performance and breathtaking illusions, he weaves the gospel throughout the performance giving his audience a unique opportunity to hear the message of Jesus like never before.



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“The team is amazing. The performance is amazing. And the gospel is
crystal clear.” 

 -Roger Hokin, Minister St Judes Anglican
“It’s brilliant. It’s absolutely BRILIANT!” 
- Trent McGrath, Minister St Faiths

“I don't want to even try and work out how it was done. I just want to hold
onto the sense of amazement.”  

- Cameron Hyslop, Youth Pastor Jannali

“I was blown away by the theatre of it. By the atmosphere. And how
incredible the tricks were. I also loved how clearly he explained the
message of Jesus.”

- Audience member
“10 out of 10. I want to see it again.”
- Audience member


Amber Lights

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Amber Lights is a four piece rock band based in Sydney that was formed in early 2017 with the heart to be a positive influence on the younger generation. The band brings a highly engaging performance that challenges young people to think more deeply about their purpose and direction in life.

Their show draws on thought provoking lyrical content as the band shares their personal stories of how Jesus has made a difference in their lives. 

"That was a truly amazing testimony that proves that God is for real."

Although Amber Lights was only recently formed, they have already already had numerous opportunities to perform in a variety of places ranging from SUFM Beach Mission, to local churches and schools. 

So what's next? Amber Lights has a number of upcoming shows and tours both locally and internationally, you can follow the band more closely to find out more details on both Instagram and Facebook


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Song List:

  • Happy Now - Zedd, Elley Duhé
  • What About Us - Pink 
  • Silence - Marshmello Ft. Khalid 
  • Symphony - Clean Bandit 
  • Chained To The Rhythm - Katy Perry 
  • You're Not Alone - Saosin 
  • Scars To Your Beautiful - Alessia Cara 
  • Hunger - Florence And The Machine
  • Come around - Papa Roach
  • Scared to be Lonely - Martin Garrix & Dua Lipa
  • In My Blood - Shawn Mendes
  • Change For Love - Little Sea
  • There For You - Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan
  • Something Just Like This - Chainsmokers & Coldplay
  • I'll Be There - Jess Glynne
  • Flashlight - Jessie J


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"...[Power to Changes’s artist groups] provide a very different way of reaching the students..than a traditional Scripture seminar. I believe that the use of creative arts reaches and challenges students in a unique and valuable way…" - youth worker
One of the aspects of the previous...performances that I think has been really effective with the students at [my school] has been giving them an opportunity to listen to music they are familiar with – music that has lyrics that can raise issues of faith when they are considered more. The students have told me that previous...concerts have caused them to really think about the lyrics ...they already listen to and how these lyrics have helped them think more deeply about spiritual issues." - Michelle, School Worker
"I learned something I will carry for the rest of my life." - Audience member
"It was an awesome scripture lesson." - Audience member
"[I] really enjoyed the way this was done. It was what I needed." - Audience member



About Youth

In 2015, Creative Arts Ministries and Youth Ministries Australia was established as Power to Change, with a focus on youth. But who are we? Where have CRAM and YMA come from? 


Youth Ministries Australia was founded by Bill and Faye Hodgson in 1979 with the vision of 'seeing the church equipped to intentionally go and make disciples of young people who will passionately follow Jesus and disciple their own generation to do the same'.  YMA had an active presence in partnering with churches and youth leadership in better equipping them to see this vision fulfilled. Throughout the 30 years of YMA’s ministry they have continued to be passionate about equipping leaders and students to influence a generation for Jesus. Propelled by its purpose to help fulfil the Great Commission in Australia and beyond through the process of CONNECTING, BUILDING and SENDING multiplying disciples into their various contexts, YMA has seen God work in the lives of thousands of students and many youth pastors throughout Australia and Thailand. 

Creative Arts Ministries was founded by Darren and Judy Hamilton in 2004 with the mission to 'mobilise and equip creative artists to impact the world for Christ'. By 2015, the organisation had fostered and encouraged more than 25 artists of all genres and investing in building, training, and equipping them to perform, share their story. Why? So that everyone knows someone who truly follows Jesus.

The greatest area of CRAM's activity was within NSW High Schools as they sent various artist groups to perform and share the difference that Jesus had made in the lives of the group's members. Over 30,000 students attended these performances, hearing the positive life changing message of Jesus. CRAM also sent teams to countries such as Papua New Guinea, Fiji, and New Zealand to lead worship at numerous conferences and leadership events. Other areas of activity included drama teams, artist mentoring and discipleship, artist support at events such as black stump and pub based music ministry.

2015 was the beginning of a new era for both of these ministries as they came together to form the new youth strategy arm of Power to Change (then called Campus Crusade for Christ Australia, CCCA). The uniting of these teams has been an extremely positive experience, with combined resources – people and material, combined influence and great range of experience, adding this to our combined existing involvement in over 180 Schools and approximately 18,000 students across NSW. The performance team continues to serve in schools, partnering with those working in the school environment and our youth workers have an ongoing presence in schools. Both of these teams working together will allow a focused approach in connecting with young people in creative and relevant ways, then moving to consistent follow up through mentoring programs and leadership development. 

Have you seen these logos before? These were the old logos of YMA and CRAM. 











Power to Change's Youth Workers and Chaplains serve the school by providing spiritual and emotional support to school communities. They work alongside other school staff in helping students discover better ways to articulate and deal with the many issues they face on a daily basis.

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Power to Change seeks to connect High School students to Jesus and to each other. This is done by working in schools and through various creative arts.

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