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Wesley Impact! TV: A Life in Radio

27 September 2020 Wesley Impact with Stu Cameron

This week on Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner talks about simplicity as a vital part of a Christian life, reading from Jesus’ beautiful explanation in Matthew 6:25-34. According to Rev Garner, simplicity isn’t just option for the Christian person, but a key part of following Jesus’ commands, and a lifestyle that brings joy and balance.

Rev Garner is also joined by beloved Christian radio personality Aaron Wright, known best for his 10-year stint as one half of Aaron and Dan on Hope 103.2. Aaron shares his story rising through the ranks of radio work, and the centrality of his faith when it comes to programming, hosting, and the risk of over-confidence.

Finally, we’re joined by Darlene Zschech, who came into the Wesley Impact! Studios to share her beautiful original song, ‘The Table’.

Interview: Aaron Wright

Aaron Wright is a name familiar to many Christian households around Sydney, as host of Hope 103.2’s hit breakfast show Aaron and Dan.

On today’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner speaks with Aaron about his journey from junior producer at 2UE through to directing content and programming at Hope radio. For Aaron, the radio world offers an incredible pipeline into people’s hearts and faiths, and he’s delighted to share his story doing so for over 15 years.

Aaron also explains some of the risks of being a Christian in the media – an important and encouraging warning for each of us in our daily lives.

Guest performance: Darlene Zschech – The Table (Original) 

Today, Darlene Zschech joins us in the studio to perform an original song – ‘The Table’. We’re fortunate to welcome such talented and encouraging artists in the Wesley Impact! studios!

Keith's message: The Power of Simplicity

On this week’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner explains why simplicity is one of Jesus’ most important teachings, reading from the beautiful message of Matthew 6:25-34.

Not a concept that many Christians are immediately familiar with, simplicity is actually a lifestyle change that brings joy and balance into life, as we relate to God and others more richly.