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Wesley Impact! TV: Helping Aussie Farmers

11 August 2019 Wesley Impact! TV

In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner opens the Bible to Luke chapter 12 and shares what Jesus has to say about worry – a constant concern in our modern world.

You’ll also hear from Jannine Jackson, who works for Frontier Services. She shares how the current drought is affecting farmers in remote Australia, and how chaplains are doing all they can to bring hope to hopeless situations.

Plus, we’re joined by singer Nikki Fletcher who will join the Wesley Impact Band to sing ‘All Glory’.

Interview: Jannine Jackson

Sadly, much of Australia is current struck by drought. This is deeply affecting many people, especially farmers who rely on the land for their livelihood.

Rev Keith Garner and Jannine Jackson from Frontier Services will be exploring what can be done to help drought-stricken farmers in this week’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV.

Jannine provides an important update on what’s actually happening out in the remote parts of Australia, and helps us to understand why the work of Bush chaplains is so important – particularly at this difficult time.

“These are real people, real people struggling, not just to make a living but they are socially isolated,” shares Jannine. “And it’s amazing the difference turning up on the doorstep at the right time makes.”

Guest performance: Nikki Fletcher

Nikki Fletcher has been a worship leader and songwriter for fifteen years. In today’s episode, she sings a beautiful version of “All Glory”.

Keith's message: Nothing to Worry About

Rev Keith Garner opens our eyes to the damage that worry can wreak in our lives by examining the words of Christ in Luke 12.

Rev Garner explains that when Jesus advises us not to worry, he’s not simply telling us to “get over it”. Instead, we are invited to cast our concerns onto him, and rest in his grace.

It’s much better to rest than to worry, so tune into this message and see how you can escape the power of worry in your life!