A chaplain's journey
In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner interviews the first female chaplain for the NSW Police Force, Rev Sarah Plummer. Craig Gower and the Wesley Impact! band sing 'Do It Again' by Elevation Worship and Mr Garner shares about the importance of sharing the gospel message with the world.
Interview: Rev Sarah Plummer
As the NSW Police Force Chaplain, Rev Sarah Plummer is the first female in such an honoured position. She is an important part of the support network for police officers, both on the job and off duty. Sarah believes her life's purpose is to expand God’s kingdom on earth through chaplaincy and be a support to people on their life's journey.
"My goal is to help people pray through the mission. This means praying for someone in your area to be saved. If you individually pray for the mission, you own it," she says.
"For me it really varies sometimes I could be out with the marine team, and the specials team out there, another day I could be at a management meeting planning and strategically thinking things through. Other times someone walks into my office just for a chat. It's a privilege to listen and journey with them. They're ordinary mums and dads and uncles and aunts—ordinary people with ordinary issues but then they also have this extraordinary job where they do face a lot of challenges."
Guest performers: Craig Gower and Deb Ezzy-Walton
Wesley Impact TV regulars, Craig Gower and Deb Ezzy-Walton perform 'Do it again' by Elevation Worship.
Keith's message: Spreading the good news
Rev Keith Garner reads from Luke 24:36-49 and shares how Jesus Christ opened the minds of the disciples and armed them with strength, power and the Word of God to go forth and spread the gospel message throughout the world.