Wesley Impact! TV: Ethical fashion and impact investing
In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, you’ll be encouraged as the Rev Keith Garner opens God’s word to talk about the peace that comes through the Holy Spirit.
Rev Garner also speaks to Jai Sharma, who is a co-founder of Australia’s leading sustainable fashion marketplace, Thread Harvest. Jai is passionate about Christians using their money and their investments to help people in need, and his conversation with Rev Garner is fascinating.
Plus, we hear a special performance from Craig Gower and the Wesley Impact Band of ‘Hope Has a Name’.
Interview: Jai Sharma
Do you know where your clothes were made? Increasingly, people want to buy clothes and products that are produced ethically and sustainability. So this is the topic of discussion for Rev Keith Garner and Jai Sharma, founder of Thread Harvest.
“All of the items [on Thread Harvest] are made by people from disadvantaged backgrounds, people with disabilities, or fleeing domestic violence situations, and all the profits go back to fund social causes”, explained Jai.
As Rev Keith Garner interviews Jai, you’ll learn more about how the choices you make at clothing stores can impact others around the world.
Plus, you’ll discover how impact investing works, and how your superannuation and other investments can change the lives of others. As Jai said:
“Investing in the micro finance, renewable energy, social enterprise finance really changes lives and creates the positive that we want to see in the world.”
Guest performance: Craig Gower
Craig Gower is a professional musician who is passionate about using music to present the Gospel. He’s the Music Director for Wesley Impact! TV, and today he performs ‘Hope Has a Name’ with the Wesley Impact Band.
Keith's message: A Spirit of Peace
Rev Keith Garner opens God’s Word to John 14 and 16 to explain the purpose and power of the Holy Spirit—God’s gift to all Christians to fill us with his powerful presence.
This inspiring message will give you a new appreciation of the Spirit that lives in you, as you are guided by the peace of God.