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Think of the love the father has lavished on us by letting us be called the Children of God, for that is what we are. John 3:1
The sessions have video clips that go with them, you can access these for each session by clicking on the session name and number below. The links in the file are no longer working since the change in site, apologies for this, it’s something that’s on our to-do list further down the line. If you think of anything that would really benefit the sessions, please do get in touch!
The young Einstein has an interesting exchange with one of his teachers about the existence of God.
This is a good video for answering one particular objection to the existence of God (the problem of evil)
A selection of teenagers give their answers to the question ‘Who is Jesus?’
This is a fascinating video. It is just basically a speech from an American preacher about who Jesus is, set to animation, subtitles and clips form the Passion of the Christ cut in.
The way in which the preacher talks might be a little unfamiliar – and maybe a little odd – to your group, and that might need a little explaining in advance. But this video is a brilliant, superb testimony to who Jesus is and it could probably be used in many different sessions.
Rob Bell is a very gifted speaker who makes a lot of engaging videos. Here, he talks about what Jesus’ resurrection means for us. It’s a very powerful video, well worth watching and using.
UK Rating: 15
Description: This is a good verion of the Passion. It gives more background to Jesus’ life and ministry before Holy Week, and it also shows far more of the resurrected Christ.
Which Part to Use: For the purposes of this session, the stuff after the resurrection is really good.
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A great reflection on sin, forgiveness and the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Words, pictures and music.
A good run through of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, looking at why we need it and particularly a the Examination of Conscience.
This is a brilliant skit about how God changes us and about how we try to resist God and keep control of things too often.
It’s a really beautiful sketch.
This is a short video which just hads words on screen set to music, but nonetheless it’s very powerful.
The video has quotes from various people and ends with some of the words of Pope Benedict, challenging us to think about and to recognise who we are.
An intriguing representation of Jesus’s ministry, the passion & resurrection as a social media stream, from Igniter Media.