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The call and ministry of the Old Testament

4 September 2016 Wesley Impact! TV

Over several episodes, starting this week, the Rev Keith Garner shares a closer look at how Wesley Mission supports people who have lost a loved one to suicide.

In September and October, we will hold our annual Wesley LifeForce Suicide Memorial Services in Sydney and Newcastle, and in this week’s episode we speak to Geoff Batkin from Wesley Mission Brisbane about the service we held in Brisbane earlier this year. 

Jo Peacock sings ‘Be one’ and the Rev Keith Garner continues his exploration of the book of Jeremiah in the Old Testament.

Wesley LifeForce Memorial Service Brisbane

Wesley LifeForce began 18 years ago, and today has grown to be a national program that supports thousands of people who have been touched by suicide.

We recently expanded our LifeForce Memorial Services to reach those in Brisbane, Newcastle, Adelaide and Sydney. This week, we look at our most recent service in Brisbane.

If at any point during this week’s program you would like to speak with someone, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14, or email [email protected] and someone will contact with you as soon as possible.

Special guest: Geoff Batkin

The Rev Keith Garner speaks to Geoff Batkin from Wesley Mission Brisbane.

Guest performer: Jo Peacock

Wesley Impact! TV regular, Jo Peacock, sings ‘Be one’.

Keith’s message: The pen of Jeremiah

Through the pen of Jeremiah, God is lamenting the sins of both the past and the present.

The Rev Keith Garner explores the key word found in verse five—‘worthless’.