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Wesley Impact! TV: Walking through tough times

On this week’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner invites us to consider the Christian concept of suffering through an important lens. As followers of Christ know, suffering isn’t something done alone – it’s following in the footsteps of the Lord himself.

Also on the show, Rev Garner interviews author and mental health expert Nicki Jeffrey, who has written a number of books and produced a short documentary in memory of her sister, Michelle, who was lost to suicide. Nicki shares her wisdom about being close to someone struggling with mental health issues – an important message for everyone to hear.

Finally, Deb Ezzy-Walton joins us on the show to perform ‘In the Garden’, as recorded live in the Wesley Impact! studios. Feel free to join in from your own home!

Interview: Nicki Jeffrey

Today on Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner is joined by author, producer, and mental health expert Nicki Jeffrey. 

Nicki has experienced struggles with mental health, both personally and alongside her sister Michelle, who was tragically lost to suicide. In response, she’s written a book and directed a new documentary, Precious Michelle, now being used for education and awareness of mental health issues.

Michelle also warns Christians that mental health isn’t a topic that they are exempt from – it’s an issue that can strike anyone.

Guest performance: Deb Ezzy-Walton – In the Garden

Wesley Impact! TV regular Deb Ezzy-Walton joins us again in the studio to bring us a beautiful performance of the song ‘In the Garden’. The tune was recorded live in the Wesley Impact! studios.

Keith’s message: The Pattern of Suffering

This week on Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner talks through the nature and challenge of suffering, as read from the famous Old Testament passage in Isaiah 53. 

Far from something Christians do alone, Rev Garner reminds us that suffering is ultimately a pattern straight from Christ himself – and so often, a potential for healing, purpose, and true peace.