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Documentary produced in conjunction with the Acts of Repentance Toward Healing Relationships With Indigenous Peoples conducted at General Conference in 2012 and at the Oklahoma Annual Conference in 2016. It tells the history of the complex relationship between Native Americans and the United Methodist Church.
The Christmas Story in Word and Art. With discussion guide.
“Invitation to the New Testament,” by David A. deSilva, professor of New Testament and Greek at Ashland Theological Seminary in Ashland, Ohio, and Emerson B. Powery, chairman of the Department of Theology and Christian Origins at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn. The kit consists of eight segments on DVD and comes with guides for leaders and participants.
Imagine Jesus from Mary's point of view -- proud of her son, in awe of his gifts and mission, guided by love for him as a person and so much more. This DVD is meant for group use along with Adam Hamilton's book of the same name. DVD contains five videos of about 10 minutes each.
Dynamic pastor Jorge Acevedo leads a five-week journey to discover how, where, and why we are sent. Joining him on the journey are four young clergy who challenge us through story, art, and Bible study. DVD contains five video sessions for small group use, less than 10 minutes each. Comes with leader guide, youth study book and children's leader guide.
A six-session Bible study led by Melissa Spoelstra explores what God has to say to us about grace and forgiveness through Joseph's story of trial and triumph found in Genesis 37-50. Includes DVD, leader guide, participant book, and preview book. The study covers questions such as "How do I stop dwelling on the hurt?" "Is forgiving someone excusing what happened?" "When will I stop having to re-forgive?" and "Is there a difference between forgiveness and reconciliation?"
A captivating celebration of the liturgical year, this DVD comprises six beautiful reflections presented against a back of evocative graphics and stirring melodies, each designed to empower and ignite the imagination. These reflections can be used in a variety of pastoral settings, as well as with post-primary students of all levels in a school setting. Each reflection is thoughtfully linked to a specific time such as Harvest, Advent, Lent and the Angelus; in addition there is one entitled ...