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Best of 2012: Healing and the Cochlear implant

13 January 2013 Wesley Impact! TV

This week on Wesley Impact! TV we meet Professor Graeme Clarke and the Rev Dr Keith Garner looks at Luke's Gospel.

Graeme’s story
Professor Graeme Clarke is Australia’s cochlear implant inventor and pioneer. Graeme knew from the age of ten that he wanted to be an ear doctor, inspired by his father who was hearing impaired. He shares how he felt God steered him into the profession of surgery and the astounding journey that led him to create the first bionic implant. As Australia celebrates 30 years of this remarkable invention, Graeme shares the joy of witnessing the profound effect this invention has had on transforming the lives of so many people. 

Guest performer
Shauntai Batzke joins us this week singing I Surrender All.

Wesley Mission story—Wesley Counselling Services
Peter was 43 years old when he decided he needed help after struggling with an alcohol addiction for 20 years. His experience with Wesley Mission has taken him from strength to strength. Peter shares his story of personal growth and the freedom he has found in his journey of recovery.  

Keith's reflection
The Rev Dr Keith Garner leads this week’s sermon on the healing ministry of Jesus Christ that brought wholeness to so many people’s lives. 

Guest performers
This week we are joined by special guest performer Shauntai Batzke. Shauntai is a Wiradjuri woman from New South Wales and an inspirational gospel and opera singer, songwriter and developing artist with Short Black Opera Company. We also hear from talented Australian group, Solid Rock.