This video, suitable for young children, features three African fables: 'Banana Thieves', 'The Spider and the Antelope', and 'The Boastful Crocodile'. Each is introduced by a young man from South Africa, who explains how animal tales are used to pass on cultural traditions and important lessons in African society. Study guide included.
Author: Webber, Robert
Revitalize your worship, uniting the best from all traditions Our world is entering an era where the primary form of communication is no longer print and verbal explanation, but immersed participation in an audio-visual event. In 6 challenging sessions (designed for group study and discussion) using a model of actual worship, Robert Webber shows how to plan and do visual, intergenerational worship. 2 videos (10-22 min per video segment) with study guide and discussion guide.
Author: Daudet, Alphonse
Claymation version of French talk over 100 years old. Addresses the clash between progress and tradition, attitude, making up for past wrongs and human solidarity.
Author: Bullard, Sara
Shows that no one is truly exempt from the habit of judging others. Shows parents how, once hey are aware of the attitudes they were raised with, it is easier for them to teach their children true tolerance toward others. A thoughtful guide to fostering open-minded attitudes necessary in today's world.
Author: Gilbert, Carr and Spellman
Good introductory overview of the Bible and bible history. Four segments include: The Bible is Written (traces development of written Bible), The Canons are Formed (explains how the Bible books are collected and arranged), The Bible is Translated (Explains how Bible translators put it in the language of the people), and Studying the Bible (Introduces Bible study using aids like bible dictionaries, atlases, concordances and other resources). Adapted from a film strip. Cover has discussion...
Author: Hickman, Hoyt L.
Offers simple and astonishingly practical techniques for helping the people celebrate the vital presence of God in gathered worship. Learn how to analyze bulletins, mark a hymnal, enhance local traditions, and grow into new forms and expressions of song or praise.