Wesley Impact! TV: A Creative Faith
In today’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner explores the wisdom and practical advice Jesus has for his followers in Matthew 18. Reconciliation is at the heart of the Gospel – and yet it can be so hard for Christian brothers and sisters to find it together.
Also on the show we’re delighted to welcome a familiar face, Wesley Mission musical director Craig Gower. Craig shares some highlights of his 15 years on the show, and remembers some special guests and moments along the way. He also shares some personal wisdom about the connection between creativity, faith, and the inner workings of our hearts.
Finally, Craig brings us the music himself to round out a one-guest show! He sings ‘Christ Whose Glory Fills the Skies’ live in the studio with the Wesley Impact band.
Interview: Craig Gower
Music, as a creative expression of our hearts, has existed for as long as we have. It’s only natural, therefore, that Christ’s followers seek to use their creative gifts for good.
Today on Wesley Impact! TV we welcome the familiar face of Craig Gower, our musical director, to share the highlights of his time with us at Wesley Mission and some particular insights about the nature of music and its ability to reach all people.
Craig points out the different ways that Christians can present themselves as artists, and the nuances of how different points of view can help to build a rich tapestry and help reach the generation of today.
Guest performance: Craig Gower – Christ Whose Glory Fills the Skies
Joining the Wesley Impact Band today is the familiar face of Musical Director Craig Gower, who sings the beautiful song ‘Christ Whose Glory Fills the Skies’.
Keith's message: How to Eliminate Division
Even though reconciliation is a key theme of the Gospel story, Christ’s followers can so often be bound up in division.
On today’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner calls us to take Jesus’ advice seriously in Matthew 18, where the Lord tells his followers to quickly address problems in love.
Rev Garner also reveals the meaning behind the often-misquoted phrase, ‘…where two or three are gathered’, and helps us see how a true understanding can bring Christians to a position of forgiveness.