Mon 20 Apr 2015 @ 7:05
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Author(s): Phil Greig, Sarah Brush, Phil Grieg
Film is one area of popular culture that isn't afraid of exploring life's big ideas and big questions. Even comedy or animated films often have powerful and thought provoking undercurrents.
This resource offers an entirely fresh approach to an introductory course on the Christian faith based on popular films available on DVD. Ideal for those exploring faith for the first time and as a confirmation course, its eleven sessions focus on:
Everything is provided for the busy youth leader: equipment lists, ice-breaking activities, questions for reflection, prayers, and links to online film clips.
Phil Greig is the former Diocesan Youth Officer for Rochester. He is currently training for ordained ministry at Ridley Hall, Cambridge. He is the co-author of Moving Images, Changing Lives: Exploring the Christian life and Confirmation with young people through film.
Visit Phil's blog.
PHIL GRIEG is training for the ministry at Ridley Hall Cambridge. Very much a part of the pioneer ministry network, he was previously a Diocesan Youth and Children's Officer and runs the blog www.holyphil.wordpress.com SARAH BRUSH is Diocesan Youth Officer for Worcester and is on the board of AMAZE, the professional association of Christian Youth Workers. She runs a blog, Deep Thought, at www.easyasfallingoffablog.blogspot.com
Sarah Brush was a parish youth minister in High Wycombe before becoming Diocesan Youth Officer for Worcester in 2008. She is on the boards of both the Worcester Council for Voluntary Youth Services and the YMCA in Redditch. On a national level Sarah is on the board for AMAZE (the professional association of Christian youth workers) and represents the Midlands region on the National Executive of the Diocesan Youth Officers' Network. She is a member of the International Association for the Study of Youth Ministry and regularly reviews books for the Journal of Youth and Theology.