Culture is blurring the lines between different faiths. It is increasingly difficult for people to grasp how their faith in Jesus Christ is unique. In these four powerful sessions, David Nasser addresses the tough questions that people have about Jesus and points them back to the scriptural truths about our Savior.
Filmed on location all throughout Israel and includes teaching from Jerusalem, Bethlehem, the Sea of Galilee, the Garden of Gethsemane, the Mount of Olives and the Mount of the Beatitudes.
Four video-driven sessions:
Session 1- What's the Big Deal about Jesus? (22 min.) Session 2- Was Jesus God or Just a Good Man? (14 min.) Session 3- Were Jesus' Miracles Just an Illusion? (17 min.) Session 4- Is Jesus the Only Way to Heaven? (21 min.)
Includes a Leader's Guide (53 pages) and Workbook (43 pages each), in addition to three video-driven sermon illustrations:
Who was Jesus? - Filmed as a "man on the street" style interview, we asked young men and women to answer the question, "Who do you say that Jesus is?" These eye-opening opinions, comments and beliefs help us understand culture's perspective so that we can better reach our world for Christ.
From Islam to Jesus: David Nasser Story- David Nasser shares his powerful story of growing up in Iran and watching "religion" destroy his country. After moving to America to escape the horrors of the Iranian revolution, David shares about forsaking Islam and finding God's love, grace, and forgiveness for the first time in his life.
The Word: Read It- Christian musicians including Nicole C. Mullen, Anthony Evans, Stephanie Smith, and Aaron Boyd recite powerful verses in Scripture that deal with the power, perfection, and relevancy of God's word. This inspiring video illustration encourages us to really know God's word and treasure it above everything in life.
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Format: DVD Vendor: Bluefish TV Publication Date: 2010