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Activity: Film
Author: EthosEducation
Published: 17/05/2016


Take-One.TV provides short discussion-starter videos, based on the latest films, together with a downloadable Leaders' Guide to help develop the conversation about spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues. Created initially for school Sixth Form Tutor Time discussions, Take-One.TV is also ideal for a variety of outreach situations because it stimulates discussion about the big questions of life. The Right Reverend Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham, says: 'Take-One.TV is an exciting and hugely valuable new resource to help people engage in discussions about issues that matter. It superbly uses movies that raise life questions with which everyone needs to engage. A great resource for churches as well as schools and colleges.'


Effective outreach conversations usually begin because we are having conversations about big questions in life. Take-One.TV is designed to stimulate discussion about spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues. Andy Frost, Director, Share Jesus International, says: 'Take-One.TV is a simple-to-use resource that helps the church spark conversations that go much deeper than the superficial, by tapping into movie themes. Take-One.TV will help us all reflect on what's important and what it really means to be human.'


Take-One.TV is the latest initiative of Nick Pollard who has a 35 year track record of stimulating conversations that help people to explore spiritual questions. This resource enables us all to initiate and develop such conversations. Steve Legg, Editor, Sorted Magazine, says: 'These fast-paced videos, based on the latest popular films, are quick to watch but certain to spark lots of discussion about the big questions of life.'

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