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Wesley Impact! TV: Wesley David Morgan Centre

In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner opens our eyes to the metaphor of darkness and light in Ephesians 5.

You’ll also hear from Ashwani Mangla, the training and placement coordinator at the David Morgan Centre, as he explains how people with disabilities can find empowerment through supported employment.

Plus, Leah Brett performs the beautiful song ‘Hour of Love’, an encouraging reflection on the power of taking time out with God.

Interview: Ashwani Mangla

Do you or someone you know have a disability? If so, you may be interested in the Wesley David Morgan Centre: a centre offering employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

Ashwani Mangla is the training and placement coordinator at the David Morgan Centre, responsible for helping find employment and develop their skills. Ashwani and other team members support employees in the long term, helping them achieve their goals.

Ashwani says that working at the David Morgan Centre is a real pleasure, as “it’s such a positive energy… I get so empowered myself.” 

Guest Performance: Leah Brett

Leah Brett is a singer/songwriter whose love for music has lead her to be involved in a diverse range of musical styles. Today on Wesley Impact! TV she performs ‘Hour of Love’ by India.Arie.

Keith's Message: True freedom

Rev Keith Garner opens our eyes to the metaphor of darkness and light in Ephesians 5.

Rev Garner explains that through Christ, we can become children of the light who enjoy true freedom and eternity with God forever.

This freedom is not just freedom from our chains, but freedom to serve God and bless others with the love of Christ.