To End All Wars

“The pressing question./What can halt inborn aggression?”. If war is to cease, our hearts have to change. Find out how, watch “To End All Wars”.

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Remembrance Day Spoken Word Poem

This creative poem by Glen Scrivener explains why the hopeful epitaph ascribed to World War One, "the war to end war", was always doomed to irony. History demonstrates, and our own experience corroborates, that the problems which lead to war begin in the human heart: "The pressing question./What can halt inborn aggression?". If war is to cease, our hearts have to change. The wonderful news of the gospel speaks of the God of Peace, who became "a walking, talking armistice" so that he might offer us a truce with God. If we accept "forgiveness for our battles fought", we can start to experience peace with God, forever.

Possible Discussion Quesitons

  • Why will there never be "a war to end all war"?
  • How can we experience peace with God?

Credits

Produced by Speak Life

Speak Life prayerfully preach the gospel, train Christians in evangelism and resource the church for its mission to the world. Speak Life produce video resources, and a regular podcast that help Christians to engage on key topics.

Written and performed by Glen Scrivener

Glen Scrivener is originally from Australia and has lived in the UK for more than half his life. He started as curate at All Soul’s Church, Eastbourne, where he and his family still worship. Currently he is the Director of Speak Life based in Eastbourne trying to spread the gospel through missions and online presence.

Music by Josh Lucas
Music by Cinematic Tide

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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.