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Free Christian resources about re-released Chariots of Fire film
Culturewatch ministry Damaris has released free resources to use in conjunction with the re-release of the digitally-remastered Chariots of Fire and the Olympics. Download free from their Chariots of Fire page including the videos below in WMV or MOV format, plus free discussion materials and PowerPoints to use in meetings, youth groups or schools.
Free Christian graphics to illustrate Bible teaching, sermons, youth talks and more
A new Bible resource is unique in its scope, offering totally free photographs and drawings to illustrate Bible stories.
Spiritual questions in The Hunger Games movie
The Hunger Games movie has released across the world, with critical acclaim. It may not be a film that would appeal to your mother, or perhaps even you – if your demographic is not teens and twenties. But be assured, most of your church youthgroup and their peers will see this one. And it's definitely not a lightweight high school comedy. This is deep and serious.
How to Lose Something Spiritually and Keep it Off - #6570
I think as Christians we should be known for being too busy doing good things to miss the things we're not doing. Let's be known not for what we're against, but for the great things we're for.
Likewise books are meant to help you make those choices. The good news is that culture adapts and changes. So we can shape what it will be. We can make culture, faithfully. That's Likewise. Go and do. Likewise books, at their best, should work like parables. Books like The New Friars or Practical Justice are pictures of active faith meant to inspire you to get onto your donkey, or into your '92 Geo Metro, and go and do something similar. Something "likewise."
Arcade Fire video The Wilderness Downtown: pain, growing up, healing, which Jesus can answer
Remarkable video from Chris Milk (who has previously worked on the Johnny Cash Project) and friends at Google who have produced an experimental HTML5 multi-screen video called The Wilderness Downtown, based on Arcade Fire’s new song We Used To Wait. The concept is thought-provoking (read recent online comment) and the lyric deals with issues of pain, bewilderment and hope, which are therefore valuable conversation starters. There’s big potential to use in a youth group or discussion setting. Some leaders are already considering how to use it as a component of an outreach meeting. It’s also a concept that could be adapted to extend this ministry potential.
Lies Young Women Believe Companion Guide (Sample Chapter)
Download a sample chapter (and more!) from the Lies Young Women Believe Companion Guide.
Free From Lies: Truth for Young Women
Experience the great freedom and joy of walking in the Truth!
Revive Our Hearts: Girls Gone Wise, with Mary Kassian
The phrase "girls gone wild" has entered pop culture vocabulary over the last couple years. But it’s a very old concept. Proverbs 7 describes a girl gone wild, showing us how destructive her behavior is. Mary Kassian unpacks this chapter, inviting you to be a girl gone wise.
Revive Our Hearts: Graffiti with Erin Davis
Young women face so many pressures to fit the world’s definition of beauty. That definition is unattainable, and many women turn to destructive behaviors in the pursuit. Learn how to find your real value, as Nancy and Erin Davis explore true beauty.