Compassion

Compassion International

What motivates a Christian to fight against poverty?

  • Organisations
  • Video

Wess Stafford a President and CEO of Compassion International and an advocate for children. Stafford is the author of two books, Too Small to Ignore and Just a Minute as well as the host of the daily national radio feature, Speak Up With Compassion®. Compassion […]

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Poverty – facing the issues

How can we tackle the injustice of poverty at the very root?

  • Issues
  • Video

Is there a Christian response to poverty? Why is poverty such an important issue to tackle? What can we do to help combat the injustice of poverty? Wess Stafford is the former President and CEO of Compassion International and the author of two books, ‘Too […]

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Beatbox and the Gospel

How do beatboxing and Christianity mix?

  • Worship
  • Video gallery

Rev Gavin Tyte loves God and he loves beatboxing. In these two short films you can discover how Gavin combines his two loves in a way that helps him communicate the gospel message in a fun and accessible way. Click here to discover more about […]

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Sex, relationships, the media and self-image

What does it mean to be made in God's image?

  • Issues
  • Video gallery

What does it mean to a Christian to be made in God’s image? What did God create us for? How should we see ourselves? How do we get a positive self-image? Rachel from Romance Academy discusses what it means to be us! Find out more […]

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Miraculous catch of fish

What happened when Jesus went out in Peter's fishing boat?

  • Bible
  • Video

Filmed at the beautiful fishing harbour at Lyme Regis, this short film tells the story of the miraculous catch of fish found in Luke 5:1-11. How would you have felt if you were Peter and the other fishermen? Would you have done what Jesus had asked? […]

Prodigal Lost Son

Parables: The Lost Son

  • Jesus
  • Video

‘The Lost (or Prodigal) Son’ is a very famous parable. It is the last of three parables Jesus tells about ‘lost’ things – first a sheep, then a coin, then finally a child. In the parable, the father represents God. The son represents the people […]

Spring Harvest

What happens at one of the world's largest Christian celebrations?

  • People
  • Video
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Spring Harvest

What happens at one of the world's largest Christian celebrations?

  • People
  • Video

Spring Harvest began life at Easter 1979 North Wales. Around 2700 Christians attended from varying church backgrounds. It was a week of “modern-style worship”, Bible teaching and workshops about the relevance of Christian faith to everyday life. The event has taken place every year since […]

Advent Adventure 15

Gabriel's Story continues

  • Festivals
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Advent Adventure 15

Gabriel's Story continues

  • Festivals
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There’s a special place where I like to sit and watch the world go by. It’s a cloud on the far side of heaven where I can get a good view of planet earth. I like to watch the people go about their business. My […]

Advent Adventure 14

Mary's story continues

  • Festivals
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Advent Adventure 14

Mary's story continues

  • Festivals
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Phew! I’m glad that’s over! I don’t think I can cope with any more visits from the aunties for – well, probably a year. It begins before they’re even through the door. Oh Mary, they say. You look dreadful. And then the whirlwind starts in […]

Advent Adventure 13

The Wise Man's Story

  • Festivals
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Advent Adventure 13

The Wise Man's Story

  • Festivals
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My poor camels. I’m really not very good at packing light. I knew we should’ve trusted the star. The camels looked like they needed a rest too. But we were nearly at Jerusalem and it made sense that our new-born king would be found there. […]

Advent Adventure 12

The Servant's Story

  • Festivals
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Advent Adventure 12

The Servant's Story

  • Festivals
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People often ask me, what’s the most important thing you’ve learnt since you came to work in the palace? And I always tell them: to duck. King Herod – well, he likes to throw things. And he’s a good shot. If he’s just a bit […]