Majestic

Short video exploring the majestic nature of lions. A great discussion starter helping people to think about what or who they follow!

Ministry use licence

Description

What do you follow?

Using imagery from the safari plains of Tanzania, this thoughtshort explores the nature of lions.

From their serene beauty to their raw power, lions create a sense of fear and fascination. It is no wonder that they often receive the title ‘majestic’.

The word majestic has its origins in describing both royalty and the divine. At its core, it means something that is superior, better, something that is worthy of our admiration.

Armies have followed the symbol of the lion into battle, and even – to death. But why?

Because there is, in each of us, a desire to live, fight and die for something worthwhile. Something superior. Something Majestic. Possible Discussion Questions

  • What are the causes, leaders or banners that demand our attention today?
  • Is there a banner we follow in life? Something we allow to lead us? Is it majestic?

Related Bible Reference

  • Philippians 1:21
  • Romans 12:1-2

Credits

Produced by owlinspace

Owlinspace makes “cinematic, academic, existential films”. They are a cross-disciplinary team of academics and creatives, who combine the simplicity of good storytelling with the insight of cutting edge research, to craft film.

Narrated by Tom Cozens

Tom Cozens is a producer and presenter based in London UK as the Director at owlinspace. Tom has worked with a variety of companies including Disney, Sony, the BBC, CTVC, TBN UK, Ethos Education, CSLI London, Oasis and A Rocha. Having studied both Science at Cambridge and Philosophy & World Religion at Oxford.

Licence Agreement

Ministry use licence

By purchasing this video, you are purchasing a license to use and show this video as part of your ministry in ONE church.

You are granted permission to use the video in:

1) Offline services, school assemblies or lessons, groups or at events (including youth, kids and midweek groups and events)

2) Online services or assemblies that are streamed or pre-recorded. (For online services, the content video you have purchased should be part of a complete church service which must be at least 20 minutes long.)

3) Online small groups meeting over Zoom or a similar video call platforms.

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