Making a difference in leadership
This week on Wesley Impact! TV, Director of Wesley Strategic Growth Services, Coralee Rough, shares her experience as a corporate executive and the Rev Dr Keith Garner explores Psalm 27.
Wesley Brighter Futures—help for families affected by mental illness
Today we hear Candice's story of perseverance through post-natal depression, alcohol addiction and suicidal thoughts. Candice realised she needed help and contacted Wesley Brighter Futures, and through this program she has received assistance with parenting skills and behaviour management. Now, Candice has a job she enjoys, is managing her household well, and achieved a goal she never dreamed of: receiving her driver's licence.
Coralee Rough on being a Christian corporate executive
Today we meet Wesley Strategic Growth Services Director Coralee Rough, and hear how her background in law and property has led her to her current vital role at Wesley Mission. She shares that as a Christian in the corporate executive world, spreading God's love and staying true to Christian values were her biggest challenges. In her later work, Coralee has been dedicated to preventing homelessness and helping people to rebuild their lives. As owning a home becomes more difficult with rising property prices, Coralee says the wraparound services Wesley Mission provides to care for the whole person are important in helping people to move forward towards independence. She also talks about her journey of Christian faith, in which she has trusted God's guidance, and her desire to acknowledge Him in all areas of her life.
Today we hear from Jordan Worner, a young Australian singer/songwriter. He is passionate about leading people into God's presence through music, and has had opportunity to do so all over the world.
Today, as the Rev Dr Keith Garner explores Psalm 27, we learn that it speaks of the spectrum of human experience, from the rapture of a mountaintop to the shadows of a valley. Even when he was being pursued by enemies, David was able to have confidence because of the stability he had as he abided in Christ. David's testimony helps us to know that when we cry out to God, we can be strong as we wait for his certain help and presence.