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Best of 2013: Swimming in life-giving waters

9 March 2014 Wesley Impact! TV

This week on Wesley Impact! TV we meet sporting great, Duncan Armstrong, and the Rev Dr Keith Garner explores Jonah.

Duncan’s story
At just 20 years of age Duncan won an Olympic gold medal in the 200 metre freestyle at Seoul in 1988. Duncan shares about the power and pull of the competitive sports world and how he became disillusioned, finding his life had lots of gaps. He had a real encounter with Jesus Christ when he was invited to church and has committed his life to following Him ever since. Duncan talks about the release he has found since becoming a Christian from feeling the pressure to want to be the best and in control of everything in his life. He talks about how his life has become more colourful, deep and exciting than it ever was before. 

Wesley Mission story—Wesley Aunties & Uncles
Wesley Aunties & Uncles connects disadvantaged or needy children with older mentors who befriend the children, spending time with them and giving their parents a much needed break. Some of Wesley Mission’s ‘aunties’ and ‘uncles’ share the joys of participating in this enriching and rewarding mentoring program.

Keith's reflection
The Rev Dr Keith Garner leads this week’s sermon on Jonah in the second of a six week series looking at the prophets of the Old Testament. 

Guest performers
Our special guests this week include John Newsome and Greg Attwells. John is a captivating performer with honest, inspiring sounds and exceptional vocal talent. He combines pop, rock and folk styles to take people on journeys of faith and hope. Greg is a seasoned performer of indie, folk and worship and has a deep desire to lead others to the feet of Jesus with his music.