Wesley Impact! TV: What makes a great teacher?
In this week's episode of Wesley Impact! TV, Rev Keith Garner continues his series on the book of John, and shares encouragement about the prayer that Jesus prays for all believers. Jesus prayed for you!
You’ll also hear from Dr Briony Scott, the principal of Wenona School for girls in Sydney. Briony has a Doctorate in Education from the University of Sydney, and she loves to speak about how teachers can play a part in impacting the lives of young students.
Plus, we’re joined by Deb Ezzy-Walton, Craig Gower and the Wesley Impact Band as they sing a beautiful rendition of MercyMe’s ‘I Can Only Imagine’, the best-selling Christian single of all time!
Interview: Dr Briony Scott
Many people say the biggest influence from their youth was their favourite teacher. But what makes a teacher a positive influence in the life of a child?
That’s the question Rev Keith Garner and Dr Briony Scott will be exploring in this week’s episode of Wesley Impact! TV as they discuss Briony’s experiences as the headmistress of Wenona School for girls in Sydney.
Briony has a Doctorate in Education from the University of Sydney, and she loves to speak about how teachers can play a part in impacting the lives of young students.
“I'm playing a long game. I love what I do. Every woman who comes across my path, I want them to grow up to know who they are and I want them to be strong in themselves,” said Briony
Guest performance: Deb Ezzy-Walton and Craig Gower
‘I Can Only Imagine’, by MercyMe, is the most commercially successful Christian song of all time. And it’s no wonder, with such an inspiring and heartfelt message! On today’s episode, Deb Ezzy-Walton, Craig Gower and the Wesley Impact Band as they perform a beautiful rendition of this hit.
Keith's message: Jesus prays for you
Rev Keith Garner opens our eyes to the amazing moment in John chapter 17 when Jesus prays for all disciples.
Rev Garner explains that when Jesus prays, he shares his glory with us and emphasises the intimate relationship we can have with God the Father through him.
It’s a wonderful thought that Jesus is concerned for every one of us—and we can all respond to his invitation.