What if the Church had the audacity to imitate God’s love by serving strangers in need of a kidney transplant? Listen to Joe Walsh, founder of Faith in Operation, explain how the Christian faith can be put into operation.
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A personal story about altruistic kidney donation
As Christians we have experienced the amazing sacrificial love of God! He gave himself for us whilst we were strangers, so that our lives could be restored.
What if the Church had the audacity to imitate this love by serving strangers in need of a kidney transplant? Listen to Joe Walsh, founder of Faith in Operation, explain how the Christian faith can be put into operation.
With thanks to the BBC for Songs of Praise footage
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Whittle Films is based in Leeds and looks to create films based on testimonies that share faith openly, authentically, and that are relatable.
Trained at the Northern Film School, Tim is a filmmaker and videographer based in Leeds sharing people's stories through his film ministry Whittle Films. His passion is to see well-crafted films move through, and from, the Church, seeking to see lives changed and re-envision the way we communicate the Gospel.
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