History Channel series added to Media Library
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, email@example.com.
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.
"Why Jesus?"—Filmed on location in Israel, featuring David Nasser. Culture is blurring the lines between faiths. It is increasingly difficult for people to grasp how their faith in Jesus Christ is unique. In four sessions, Nasser addresses the tough questions people have about Jesus and points them back to scriptural truths. Topics are: What’s the Big Deal about Jesus?, Was Jesus God or Just a Good Man?, Were Jesus’ Miracles Just an Illusion?, and Is Jesus the Only Way to Heaven?
"Keep Climbing"—Shot on the highest summit in Europe, featuring Todd Phillips leading a team to Russia to climb Mount Elbrus. Phillips uses their trek as a backdrop to explore, in four sessions, how God works with us through the challenges in our lives.
"Prodigal Perspectives"—Featuring Chris Seay. In three sessions, viewers experience the Prodigal Son story from the Bible through the perspectives of the younger son, the elder son, and the father. Seay walks viewers through the Scripture, helping them to understand how jealousy, selfishness, and forgiveness affect personal relationships.