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Knock-out faith

11 December 2016 Wesley Impact! TV

This week on Wesley Impact! TV we talk with Mitch Bath, an up and coming sportsman who has overcome his battle with drugs. We also hear Ryan Day sing an original Christmas song, ‘In Bethlehem’.

We also look at the first part of our story on Phil Mulray. A resident at Wesley Taylor Village, Phil rekindled a dream to paint and within a short period of time found himself painting a portrait of former Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott.

Special guest: Mitch Bath

Amateur boxer, Mitch Bath, from Sydney’s south, talks about the struggles he faced growing up and how he found himself battling a drug addiction at a young age. We hear how Mitch has now turned his life around having found new purpose and meaning, not only through faith but through his new found love and dedication to boxing.

Now preparing for his first professional fight along with starting a course as personal trainer, Mitch finally likes what he sees in the mirror and looks forward to the future ahead.

Guest performer: Ryan Day

A regular to Wesley Impact! TV, Ryan Day performs a Christmas original, ‘In Bethlehem’.

Keith’s message: John the Baptist

Rev Keith Garner reads from Matthew 11:1-10, John the Baptist is having second thoughts about Jesus’ Ministry. John was expecting more from Jesus, but Jesus has bigger plans for John. He says he is more than a prophet and distinguishes him as one of the greatest.