Who smuggled nuns out of a convent in barrels and lived disguised in a castle? Find our more about Martin Luther in our Playmobil Stop motion animation.
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Stop motion animation that uses Playmobil to tell the story of Martin Luther, and the Reformation.
This animation is a great way for people to find out more about who Martin Luther was and why the Reformation was so important!
This Playmobil animation which is made up of over 4,000 individual photos retells the story of Martin Luther in a fun and clear way that is ideal for all-age services and kids groups.
See the castle where he hid as an outlaw, Wittenberg where he taught, the monastery where he was first gripped by the Bible, and the Imperial Council at Worms as you've never seen them before, translated into Playmobil.
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Go Chatter has created a number of evangelistic videos linked to current events or trending topics, videos with a seasonal emphasis and others that feature someone’s life-story.
Dan Rackham has been creating evangelistic videos online for 5 years, his videos have been watched just over 4 million times. Previously Dan served as an evangelist and community worker at a church in Liverpool and before that worked in Corporate Banking at RBS.
Mike Reeves is the President and Professor of Theology at Union School of Theology. He oversees the work of Union, and teaches in the areas of systematic and historical theology and also on preaching and spiritual formation.
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