New in Media Library

12/10/2010

The Media Library, housed at the United Methodist Ministry Center in Oklahoma City, has acquired several new DVDs. To check-out these free resources, contact Amelia Ballew, 405-530-2075, aballew@okumc.org

You will find a complete online listing of titles in the library at www.okumc.org.  Select "Media Library" in the links on the left side of that Web page.

  • The Right Start: Beginning Ministry in a New Setting—Pastor’s Version. This resource is designed to assist any pastor preparing to move into a new ministry setting.

  • More Than One Right Answer‚ by Dewitt Jones, reminds us that it’s usually easy to find one right answer. The challenge is finding new answers and angles, to multiple ministry possibilities.

  • Seeing Red Cars

  • What’s So Amazing About Grace? Grace is the Church’s great distinctive. It’s the one thing the world cannot duplicate, the one thing people crave above all else, for only grace can bring hope and transformation to a jaded world. Award-winning author Philip Yancey explores grace at street level. If grace is God’s love for the undeserving, then what does it look like in action?

  • Celebrate What’s Right with the World asks: Do you have a vision for your organization? For yourself? A vision that excites you every morning? This resource teaches the powerful force created when you have a vision of possibilities.

  • Natural Church Development/A Guide to Eight Essential Qualities of Healthy Churches, by Christian Schwarz. This resouce presents practical conclusions drawn from comprehensive research on the causes of church growth—more than 45,000 churches in 70 countries participated in the study.

Adam Hamilton DVDs

  • 24 Hours That Changed the World. No single event in human history has received more attention than the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus. Adam Hamilton guides us through the last 24 hours of Jesus’ life.

  • Enough. Money has great power in our lives and, when used wisely, helps us meet our goals and provide for our needs. But some of us ignore this insight when managing and spending our money and, instead, spend tomorrow’s money today. The result is not greater happiness, but greater stress and anxiety. Enough is an invitation to rediscover the Bible’s wisdom on prudent financial practices.

 encourages viewers to focus on what they DO want—instead of what they don’t! Hosted by Laura Goodrich, this program motivates people to move in the right direction—to make better decisions, combat negativity, and create a positive environment.


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