Watch the JESUS Film free – JESUS Film Media partners with Bible App

 

youversion_web-1_JFM blogUsing your smart phone or tablet to share the gospel

Jesus Film Media (JFM) on March 4 announced that they have partnered withYouVersion the most downloaded Bible app, which has over 75 million users. JFM is the digital version of The JESUS Film Project (JFP) which is the most watched movie in the world, translated into more than 1160 heart languages and shown around the world since 1979.

The JESUS Film Project is based on the Gospel of Luke. The JESUS Film app also has the complete digital films of Magdalena, The Story of Jesus for Children, the series Following Jesus, Walking with Jesus and the popular anime short film, My Last Day.

JFM has created the entire film and segments of the film to be shown digitally on phones and tablets, however by partnering with YouVersion, users will be able to watch the videos while studying their Bible or share them with others for free. The new video feature on YouVersion is available in about eight languages and growing. The application can be downloaded through your phone or tablet by clicking on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, or you can go to the YouVersion website.

The JESUS Film Project and Jesus Film Media is headquartered in Orlando, Fla. They also have daily recording studio tours, Monday through Friday at 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.

*Originally posted in the Examiner Biblical Living

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Why I have a Fishing Theme on a Christian Living Blog

Matthew 4:19

New King James Version (NKJV)

19 Then He said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.”

The reason I picked this theme for my blog is because I liked the look. I love the way the colors look and the animation of the fish and whales. Then I thought this would be a great theme for my Bible2Blog site because of this scripture, Matthew 4:19.

Sweet Sanctuary – a Book Review

Sweet Sanctuary By Sheila Walsh & Cindy Martinusen Coloma
A Book Review by Monica Lehua
Synopsis
This is a story of a single mother, Wren, which I kept wondering why she has an unusual name and if it was short for something else, which prevented my brain from getting a better picture from the beginning of this librarian who is raising her son Charlie in a small town in Maine. Her struggles with Charlie’s father, a new man who she keeps running into, how to deal with a career and family and learning to rely on God.
My Impressions
I wanted to read a good piece of Christian fiction and haven’t really read much fiction, except that I was looking to be motivated or inspired. What better way to pick a book but by the name of the author. Although I only know Sheila Walsh as a Christian singing artist, I have seen that she also writes books and speaks at Women of Faith Conferences, of which I attended my first WoF conference last year but Ms. Walsh wasn’t one of the speakers.
The book was okay, it started slow and I kept hoping that something about the story would draw me into it as other books have where I couldn’t put them down. Sweet Sanctuary’s characters didn’t seem to develop enough of a history to allow me into their world; the main character was okay, just that, okay. The supporting characters just seemed to be there, without much depth.
I was hoping that with the experience of Ms. Walsh’s coauthor, that the story would be more interesting and that the Biblical truths would be expanded into something I could apply to my life. But honestly, I got a little bored and at times it was a chore to read.
Recommendation
I never want to tell someone not to read something, unless it the Biblical Fiction had a problem with its theology. This was a book that didn’t challenge me and for that I give it 3 stars – basically the story line was okay, if it were a made-for-TV movie I would watch it and hope that the characters would have more depth in that media. I would pass on it if it were offered to me again.
@mlehua
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