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Wesley Impact! TV: Paul and Ian’s story

In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner opens God’s word to Colossians 1, and explains why the supremacy of Christ is crucially important to our understanding of God.

You’ll also hear the story of Ian and Paul, co-workers at the David Morgan Centre. The David Morgan Centre provides employment opportunities for people with disabilities who are unable to gain employment elsewhere. The centre offers sustainable and competitive business services in gardening, property maintenance, landscaping, packaging and cleaning.

Plus, we’re joined by Deb Ezzy-Walton for a beautiful rendition of Goodness of God – a wonderful reminder of just how great our Lord is!

Paul and Ian's story

Many people say that their jobs give them purpose in life. But what happens when you can’t find a job anywhere?

That’s the issue that the David Morgan Centre seeks to address, by providing employment to people with disabilities who haven’t been able to find a job elsewhere. And today, we hear the wonderful stories of Paul and Ian, who have worked at the centre long-term.

“David Morgan Centre is important because of people like us who can go and do a day’s work and feel accepted doing something in humanity,” says Ian.

Check out this beautiful video, and see Paul talk about the proudest moment of his life.

Guest performance: Deb Ezzy-Walton — Goodness of God

On today’s episode, Deb Ezzy-Walton and the Wesley Impact perform a beautiful rendition of Goodness of God, a remarkable reminder of the powerful perfection of our Lord.

Keith's Message: The supremacy of Christ

Rev Keith Garner opens our eyes to why the word supremacy – often misused – actually perfectly describes the power and authority of the Lord Jesus.

Rev Garner explains that when Paul writes in Colossians one that Christ has the supremacy, this shows us that he is the head of the church and of all God’s people.

But at the same time, we know that Jesus gave up his supremacy on the cross for us, so that we might have life. It’s supremely wonderful!