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Wesley Impact! TV: Wesley School for Seniors

5 December 2019 Wesley Impact! TV

In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner opens our eyes to the significance of the ministry of John the Baptist, the man who pointed the first followers of Jesus to Him.

You’ll also hear from Jeannie Matthews, the manager of School for Seniors, as she shares how the School positively impacts seniors’ wellbeing, mental health and physical health.

Plus, Craig Gower performs the beautiful song ‘How Deep the Father’s Love’, an encouraging reflection on the incredible depth of God’s love for us.

Interview: Jeannie Mathews

Are you 55 or over? If so, you may be interested in the Wesley School for Seniors: a fantastic continuing education centre with a wide range of programs and activities for seniors to choose from.

Jeannie Matthews, the manager of School for Seniors, is the guest of Rev Keith Garner in this week’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV as they discuss how the School impacts seniors’ wellbeing, mental health and physical health.

Jeannie shares how the passionate volunteers teaching at the School for Seniors bring their special knowledge and skills to class, resulting in over 100 engaging courses that meet the interests and needs of a wide variety of people.

Guest Performance: Craig Gower – How Deep the Father’s Love

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 ‘How Deep the Father’s Love’ with the Wesley Impact Band.

Keith's Message: Is Jesus worth it?

Rev Keith Garner opens our eyes to the significance of the ministry of John the Baptist, as he turns to Matthew 11.

Rev Garner explains that even after John was arrested, he still was able to point people – including us – to Jesus, by asking the important questions about whether following Jesus is worthwhile.

Now we can know that to follow Jesus is the greatest choice we can ever make, as John the Baptist points out, no matter the cost.