This five-session, small group bible study DVD, Walked As Jesus Walked, by noted teacher and historian, Ray Vander Laan, is volume seven of the 12-part Faith Lessons series. In this volume, Vander Laan helps you experience how the disciples translated Jesus’ call to passionate discipleship into language and imagery the Roman culture already understood.
Filmed on location in Israel, Faith Lessons is a unique video series that brings God's Word to life with astounding relevance. By weaving together the Bible's fascinating historical, cultural, religious, and geographical contexts, teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan reveals unique insights into the Scriptures' significance for modern believers.
The Walk As Jesus Walked DVD was filmed on location in Aphrodisias, Antioch Pisidia, Lystra, and Cappadocia.
These illuminating "faith lessons" afford a new understanding of the Bible that will ground your convictions and transform your life. The Faith Lessons video series is ideal for use in small groups, personal and family Bible studies, and adult Sunday school. Individual believers and families will gain vital insights from long-ago times and cultures through this innovative approach to Bible study.
This DVD is designed for use with the Walk As Jesus Walked Discovery Guide (sold separately).
1. Run! The Passion of Elijah – Filmed in Aphrodisias
2. Learning to Walk Like Jesus – Filmed in Antioch Pisidia
3. An Unlikely Disciple – Filmed in Lystra
4. Why Christians Suffer: The Weight of Gesthemane – Filmed in Cappadocia
5. Don’t Forget Us – Filmed in Cappadocia
|Contributor(s)||Ray Vander Laan|
|About the Contributor(s)||Ray Vander Laan
Ray Vander Laan is the founder of That the World May Know Ministries and creator of the Faith Lessons video series with Focus on the Family. An ordained minister, he holds the chair of biblical cultural studies as a religion instructor at Holland Christian Schools in Holland, Michigan. He and his wife, Esther, have four children and fifteen grandchildren.
|Publish Date||Aug 10, 2006|
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