Best of 2014: Father's Day
This week on Wesley Impact! TV we meet Dr Tim Hawkes and the Rev Dr Keith Garner explores Romans.
Dr Tim Hawkes is the Principal of The King's School, Sydney, and a renowned educator in Australia today. He is passionate about raising, educating and caring for children and strongly believes that young men and women must grow up knowing they are loved and adored. He encourages parents to spend time with their children and have robust conversations with them. His recent book, Ten conversations you must have with your son, explores different ways parents can build relationships with their sons.
Wesley Mission story—Wesley Operation Hope
We take a look at Wesley Operation Hope and what it is doing to offer help and guidance to youth in need. Wesley Operation Hope is a sponsorship program designed to support children from 10 to 16 who have faced hard times. For Sinead, family breakdown led to years of bullying at school. We hear Sinead’s story and how Wesley Operation Hope offered her hope when she needed it most. Sinead has learnt to believe in herself again and gain the confidence she needs to develop a positive outlook on life.
The Rev Dr Keith Garner begins a new series based in the Apostle Paul's epistles. Today we explore Romans 13:8-14, looking at how love fulfills the law. This passage shows a close relationship between the gospel and the law, outlining how all laws may be summed up in the command to love our neighbour as ourselves.
Today on the show we welcome Australian band, Sapphire. Sapphire are passionate about writing songs inspired by Jesus Christ that reach a generation. Through their music they inspire people to live a life more abundant and free. Sapphire have performed at Easterfest and toured Australia and the Pacific Islands. We also hear from Sancha Prowse. Sancha is a vocal instructor and singer who has delighted Christian and secular audiences in Australia and overseas.