Are you a thermometer or a thermostat?
Martin Luther King Jr. once asked, “Will we be either a thermometer conforming to the temperature of our society, or a thermostat transforming the temperature of our society?”
In this episode, Wesley Mission CEO and Superintendent Rev Stu Cameron calls us to the bold mission of being thermostats – servants of God whose responsibility is to change society, rather than only be changed by it.
As we witness injustices every day, how do we act?
We are to have sharp minds focused on justice and keep our eyes fixed on Jesus’ example.
And like a furnace in a home, we need resources to turn up the temperature. We need each other. If we can turn up the heat together and follow Jesus, we can extend God’s grace to our neighbours and give hope to those who need it most.
Hear from the CEO and Pastor of Wayside Chapel, Jon Owen, about how this organisation has been a thermostat in Kings Cross, one of Sydney’s most diverse suburbs.
Relationships are at the centre of Wayside Chapel, which has been a place for anyone — no matter their faith or walk in life.
Discover their great legacy and how it’s impacted the lives of so many people in our community.
Be encouraged and challenged in this episode of Wesley Impact with Stu Cameron.