Wesley Impact! TV: Celebrating Good Friday
In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner speaks about the importance of Good Friday: the day when Jesus Christ died on the cross to ensure that there is a place for all of us in heaven.
You’ll also hear from Jeane Finnegan, who is the associate pastor of the Wesley International Congregation. Her ministry involves preaching, teaching, pastoral care and helping others to use their gifts to serve God.
Plus, we’re joined by singer Leah Brett who will join the Wesley Impact Band to sing ‘Soul’s Anthem’, a version of classic hymn ‘It Is Well’ by Tori Kelly.
Interview: Jeane Finnegan
When Jesus was crucified over 2000 years ago, the day went down in history. And it’s something we still mark today, with a public holiday, religious services and special food.
Rev Keith Garner and Jeane Finnegan will be exploring the meaning of Good Friday in this week’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV, and the power of God’s grace and mercy displayed through Jesus.
Jeane is the associate pastor of the Wesley International Congregation. Her ministry involves preaching, teaching, pastoral care and helping others to use their gifts to serve God.
“When Jesus Christ went to the cross and he took my sin upon him, and paid the price and the penalty for my sins so that as I put my faith in what he's done that I'm brought into a deep and intimate relationship with God both now and into eternity”, said Jeane.
Guest performer: Leah Brett
Leah Brett grew up in a musical home, joined her church music team at 9, and started performing professionally from 14. In today’s episode, she sings a modern version of “It Is Well”, arranged and aptly named “Soul’s Anthem” by Tori Kelly.
Keith's Message: Good Friday Forgiveness
Rev Keith Garner opens our eyes to the importance of the cross this Good Friday, as he shares an Easter message.
Rev Garner explains that though Jesus died many thousands of years ago, a shameful death in a country far from here, this death is the most meaningful moment in history.
When Jesus died upon the cross, we see God’s forgiveness in action—forgiveness that is on offer to all of us through the gracious gift of Jesus.