Eight new DVDs have been donated by Mission u 2015 to the collection housed at the United Methodist Ministry Center.
They were shown at the annual mission education event in mid-July. They complement the three new Mission u study topics, but also are a valuable resource for use by other small groups and individual viewers.
The items are available for loan, at no charge, by contacting Chris Schutz, firstname.lastname@example.org, 405-530-2075.
"Celebrate What’s Right With the World," a 22-minute National Geographic video featuring photographer DeWitt Jones.
"History, Culture and Faith in Latin America," a 26-minute video.
"No Sanctuary: Big Business and Family Detention," a 30-minute video in English and Spanish featuring UM deaconess Cindy Johnson.
"A Place for All: Faith and Community for Persons with Disabilities," a 57-minute video about people with disabilities who are succeeding in making their faith communities truly inclusive.
"Mission Giving: United Methodist Women Changing Lives," an 8-minute video.
"United Methodist Women: Faith, Hope, Love in Action," a 5-minute video.
"I Believe You: Faiths’ Response to Intimate Partner Violence," a 57-minute documentary with insight from survivors, clergy, and program leaders from Jewish, United Methodist, Presbyterian, Evangelical Lutheran, and Muslim faith groups.
"Who I Am Called to Be," a DVD for laity who feel called by God to make a lifetime commitment to ministries of love, justice, and service. (9:31 minutes)
View the complete list of DVDs for free loan at: www.okumc.org/dvd_library
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