Keeping active in retirement
In this week’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV Rev Keith Garner visits Jeannie Mathews to discuss the vibrant activities Wesley School for Seniors offers to the ageing members of our community. We also meet Wesley Taylor Village resident, Phil Mulray, who ticked a major goal off his bucket list when he entered his painting of former prime minister, Tony Abbott, in the 2016 Archibald Prize.
Erica Crocker returns to the Wesley Impact! TV studio to sing Simple Living and Mr Garner shares about one of history’s greatest evangelists.
Interview: Jeannie Mathews
Rev Keith Garner interviews, Jeannie Mathews about Wesley School for Seniors, a program that offers people aged 55 and over the opportunity to learn new skills and socialise. Coordinator of the program for the last six years, Jeannie shares about her passion for helping older citizens to feel relevant in such a fast-paced world.
“Over the past four decades, we have seen thousands of people over the age of 55 learn new skills and stay active through wide range of leisure, lifestyle and educational courses, such as computers, ballroom dancing, painting, creative writing and the list goes on.”
Guest performer: Erica Crocker
Erica Crocker, vocalist of an 80s tribute band, performs Simple Living, a modern hymn written by Keith and Kristyn Getty.
Keith's message: A natural witness
Rev Keith Garner shares about the disciple Andrew, who is thought to possibly be the first Christian evangelist. He explains how witnessing came naturally to Andrew and was someone who excelled at bringing people to Christ. Mr Garner encourages us be like Andrew and to be ready to share the gospel message at a moment's notice.