Wesley Impact! TV: The gift of trials
In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner shows us just how we can respond with joy to trials by opening God’s word to 1 Peter 1:3-9.
You’ll also hear from Diane Flack, gambling counsellor with the Wesley Mission Team, who will share what gambling counselling involves and how it’s never too late to change.
Plus, we’re joined by singer Jordan Worner who will perform ‘Nobody Loves Me Like You’.
Interview: Diane Flack
Sadly, gambling is a problem for many Australians. But thankfully, there are gambling counsellors who are equipped to help lift people out of their addiction and rebuild their lives.
Rev Keith Garner and Diane Flack, gambling counsellor within the Wesley Mission Team, will be exploring what gambling counselling involves and how it’s never too late to change in this episode of Wesley Impact! TV.
“I help people have a full and happy life because that's my goal. That's what I want. And gambling is not part of that. It sucks the life out of people. And it breaks my heart when they come in and it affects their families, it affects their jobs. I mean, I've had clients who've gone to jail for their gambling. That's not okay,” Diane says.
Guest Performance: Jordan Worner
Jordan Worner is an Australian singer songwriter. He is passionate about leading people into God's presence through music, and today he performs the stirring song ‘Nobody Loves Me Life You’.
Keith's Message: The gift of trials
Rev Keith Garner shows us just how we can respond with joy to trials by opening God’s word to 1 Peter 1:3-9.
Rev Garner explains that though the trials of life we face may challenge and hurt us, they are also beneficial because they can help to prove the genuineness of our faith and lead us to greater confidence and joy.
It’s a tricky idea to understand, so tune into this message and see why the hard times of life might actually be a gift!