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Wesley Impact! TV: How to Tell the Future

12 September 2020 Wesley Impact with Stu Cameron

 ImpactToday on Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner opens up to us the nature, and the power, of God’s grace to us. In unpacking the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard, from Matthew 20, Rev Garner helps us to see what God’s grace means, and how it applies in every context for followers of Christ – including here at Wesley Mission.

We’re also humbled to welcome Dr Keith Suter onto the show, acclaimed strategic planning consultant who helps organisations and churches to plan for the future. Dr Suter walks us through three models for understanding the future, and the impact that adopting each one over the other has.

Jhoanna Aguila returns once again to the studio to sing ‘The Blessing’, along with the Wesley Impact Band.

Interview: Dr Keith Suter

Dr Keith Suter has worked all around the world, in business and ministry contexts, and we’re delighted to welcome him to the show on today’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV.

Dr Suter chats with Rev Keith Garner about three models for seeing and understanding the future, and the specific ways that he is applying his insight to help the Uniting Church move into the future in the healthiest possible state.

Rev Garner and Dr Suter discuss different possibilities, as well as the unique position Wesley Mission has within the Uniting church as a key provider of welfare and community outreach.

Guest performance: Jhoanna Aguila – The Blessing

On today’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV, we welcome back Jhoanna Aguila, who joins the Wesley Impact Band live in the studio to perform ‘The Blessing’.

Keith's message: Grace Alone

God’s grace is a fundamental reality – as one writer described it, ‘there’s no more cherished word in the Christian vocabulary.’

Today on Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner reopens the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard, from Matthew 20, and helps us to ponder the significance of God’s grace to us in Jesus’ death and resurrection.

Rev Garner also explains how grace influences the entire philosophy of the work done here at Wesley Mission, from on-the-ground care right up to the strategic level.