From heartbreak to joy three days later, witness the realisation of Jesus’ certain victory through Peter’s eyes. Jesus went from fully perfect to fully broken so we could be fully fixed and forgiven, forever.
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From heartbreak to joy three days later, witness the realisation of Jesus’ certain victory through Peter’s eyes.
Powerful spoken word poem by Dai Woolridge from Peter’s perspective of Easter Sunday, the empty tomb and breakfast on the beach with the risen Jesus. Witness the man who declared that Jesus was the Christ finally understand what the cross means.
The man who denied Jesus three times in Part 1, Denial is lovingly given three chances to reaffirm his love, fully forgiven by Jesus. Jesus went from fully perfect to fully broken so, like Peter, we can be forever fully fixed in him.
(This resource was filmed in February 2021 at Dunraven castle ruins and Southern Down beach, and in line with COVID-19 guidelines.)
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Dai Woolridge is a welsh poet, author and an award winning spoken word artist. Dai loves it when Wales do well in the rugby, is married to Cath and lives in Pontypridd.
Andy Toovey is founder and director at 2V Studios based in South Wales. Furthermore Andy is also co-founder of TorFilm, a community group aiming to encourage and provide opportunities for narrative filmmaking in Torfaen, South Wales.
The Bible Society take the Bible and find ways to translate and distribute it, create digital formats, advocate for its place in society and help people relate to and make sense of it in their everyday lives.
Spoken Truth is a resource made by Dai Woolridge, who creates short films which aim to communicate the timeless truths of the Gospel message.
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