Wesley Impact! TV: The importance of chaplaincy
In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, we begin looking at Advent in a different way, as Rev Keith Garner turns to the crucifixion account in Luke 23.
Rev Garner also speaks to musician-turned-academic Tanya Riches about how her experiences learning and teaching around the world have helped her celebrate the different strengths of different Christian denominations.
Plus, we’re joined by Deb Ezzy-Walton for a beautiful rendition of Faith and Wonder –a beautiful song describing how we can react to Jesus.
Interview: Tanya Riches
Tanya Riches is probably best known for writing popular worship music for Hillsong. But in recent years she has become a well-respected academic, teaching at many different seminaries and theological colleges around the world.
Tanya is the guest of Rev Keith Garner on this week’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV, where she talks especially about how her experiences learning and teaching around the world have helped her celebrate the different strengths of different Christian denominations.
It’s an interview that will inspire and encourage you, so tune in!
Guest Performance: Deb Ezzy-Walton — Faith and Wonder
Hear Deb Ezzy-Walton’s uplifting performance in her version of Faith and Wonder, a beautiful song describing how we can react to Jesus.
Keith's Message: An Unexpected Advent
Rev Keith Garner opens God’s Word to Luke 23 for an unusual beginning to Advent – looking not at Jesus’ birth, but at his death!
It might seem a strange place to begin, but as Rev Garner explains, Christmas is all about remembering the gift of Jesus, sent for this very purpose: to die.
Tune in to Wesley Impact! TV, and start preparing yourself this Advent season for the beautiful gift of Jesus.