This is the story of the woman who touched the cloak in her own words, describing her transforming encounter with Jesus, who healed her and restored her to her community. This film has been used to envision church members to work alongside their communities to respond to the needs of the vulnerable and marginalised.
In the heat of the midday sun, a Samaritan woman of ill repute, despised by her own community encounters Jesus at a well. She is expecting condemnation but she is confronted with sincerity. This film is her account of that conversation at Jacob’s well which led to her own transformation and subsequently the transformation of her community.
In his own words, Peter describes his short walk towards Jesus on the water as the storm raged around him, Peter’s walk is an invitation to all those who want to step out in faith and experience more of the power and presence of God. This film has been used to help church members reflect on taking a risk in faith and how failure can be a means of growth.
This film tells the story found in 2 Kings 4: 1- 7 from the point of view of the widow. It tells of her desperate situation and her encounter with Elisha who helped her put the little she had into God’s hands to create an abundance of oil which would save her sons from slavery and help her to live an independent life. This film has been used to help churches identify and reflect on their own resources which can be used for the good of their churches and communities.
The story of Nehemiah’s passion for the broken walls of Jerusalem and his efforts to rebuild them and give the city back its dignity is told from the point of view of Hanun, one of the builders who was galvanised into action by Nehemiah, and as a result saw his own family and his community come to life. This film has been used to reflect on what can be learned from Nehemiah’s example of leadership as we think of the issues that need addressing on our own churches and communities.
The wonderful words of Isaiah 65. Vs 17-25 are illustrated and set to music in this film presenting Isaiah’s vision of the new Jerusalem. This film has been used to help church members reflect on their own vision for their churches and communities.