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Resource: DVD (WESJAC) Wesley: A Heart Transformed Can Change the World     
Author: Jackman, John
Publisher: Vision Video, 2013
Vendor: Christian Book Distributors
Length: 1 sessions
Heading: UMC — United Methodist Church
Subjects: Biographies; United Methodist Church
Location: UMC
# Copies: 1
ISBN/ISSN: 727985013701
 Description: Contents: Fire -- At sea -- Savannah -- Frederica -- Courtship and trouble --Mister Williamson -- Return to England -- Peter leaves -- The foundery --Lay preachers -- Bishop Ryder.
"Step into eighteenth-century England and experience the transformation of one man whose heart-wrenching search for peace haunts him even as he pours himself into a life of service and evangelism. Now, for the first time, Wesley's fascinating spiritual struggle is presented in this award-winning feature film based on John's own private journals. Young John Wesley works hard to earn his own salvation, but still cannot find lasting peace. His head strong ways and self-righteous attitude bring conflict and rejection wherever he goes. Follow his journey across the stormy seas to the colony of Georgia where he fails as an evangelist, while breaking the heart of the beautiful Sophy. In defeat, the newly humbled Wesley returns to England in search of genuine faith - and the discovery of God's grace. John Wesley is well known as the spiritual father of Methodism. His heartfelt struggles, his passion for authentic faith expressing itself through meaningful kingdom work, and his message of saving grace resonate with audiences of all ages and denominations" --Container.
Bonus features: behind the scenes; creating relationships; improv and bloopers; director's commentary; trailer. Subtitles available
117 minutes
Age Groups: Young Adult; Adult (30-65)


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