Trevor Knuckey OAM was born in Northam, West Australia in 1941. He is married to Alva (2nd marriage) and has thus secured a large extended family. He has two married children (by his first wife) and four grand-children. Alva has brought to the family her four children, two sons in law, a daughter in law and ten grandchildren.

Trevor’s stimulus to write this (196 page paperback) story came from him experiencing goosebumps on several occasions when hearing other people talk about writing their life stories. This made Trevor believe the spirit world wanted him to write his story.

That world had him devote several decades to serious charity work, culminating in him founding a charity and receiving the prestigious Order of Australia Medal. Trevor believes his story might lead readers to investigate possibilities for themselves, should they allow the spiritual world to enter into their lives.


This is Trevor’s unique story of a man who had dealings with God in his childhood and became angry when his serious prayers for a healing of hïs mother’s mental illness went unanswered. Although he believed God was real and had been given a miracle to prove it, he totally rejected God when He would not work a miracle for his mum.

He lived for several decades, always subduing thoughts of God, making many mistakes and accumulating some real regrets, before Our Lady, Mary, the mother of Jesus, influenced Trevor to visit a little village in Bosnia named Medjugorje. When Trevor arrived there God inserted Himself back into Trevor’s life with some awesome, powerful spiritual experiences which set him on the path of helping others.

What God wanted Trevor to do was shown to him by God and Our Lady, using hints and clues which took the forms of special dreams, goosebumps and periods of exquisite pleasure or ecstasies. This is a fascinating read about God working with a very fallible man.

BOOK PRICE $29.00, plus postage in Australia $6, (World postage, NZ $20, US Canada Asia Pacific $25, UK $30 and Africa $35, all monies in Australian Dollars).
NOTE: Proceeds from sale of this book go to the Trevor Knuckey family enabling them to work for the Medjugorje Centre free of any cost. This allows the charity to be administered without any paid staff for as long as is possible.


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2 reviews for JOURNEY WITH GOD

  1. John Ryan (verified owner)

    I should start off by disclosing that Trevor is my step father. I am the son of Alva (the one who “walked her down the isle” when Trevor married her). I found the book mostly very interesting and I enjoyed discovering more about Trevor’s childhood and upbringing. I enjoyed reading about Trevor’s life events leading up to when I met him around 2003. I think readers will appreciate his honest and frank recount of some of his life events and misdemeanors which all helped shape him into the valued community giver we see today. I must say that I had no idea of the amount of work that Trev puts into his charity and community work and I can say now that I know this I can see that he was a very deserving winner of his recent prestigious Order of Australia Medal, and I am proud to have him as my step father.

  2. James Strider

    Before we get going I have an admission to make: the author of this very personal testament is my Father in Law. Despite this fact, I will attempt to give as neutral and honest a review as possible, focusing on the clarity and effectiveness of Trevor Knuckey’s (OAM) story and how he communicates it to us, the readers.

    Over it’s 196 pages and 12 chapters, we are taken on an initially heartbreaking journey starting with Trevor’s poverty stricken childhood, with what would now be considered parental abuse and neglect, through to his peak spiritual experiences at Medjugorje, followed on by coming to terms with mental illness and finally onto his later years where he discovers his true purpose, namely that of service to the Indigenous community via The Medjugorje Centre charity he runs with other family members to this day.

    Whatever your beliefs or persuasion, one cannot but be deeply touched by Trevor’s story and testament, delivered in a down to earth and starkly honest way, showing us all what can be accomplished when we truly believe in a higher power and are motivated to do good. I for one feel humbled and privileged to have read it and urge that others do so as well, if only to help fund what will be Trevor’s greatest legacy: the establishment of a charity which is giving back to the Indigenous community, those whom have been treated so disgracefully and whom deserve our help and respect so much going forwards. Trevor truly is an example of an ordinary man achieving extraordinary feats.

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