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  • THE PARABLE OF THE TWO SONSNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE TWO SONS
    Stewart Redwine

    After hearing the Parable of the Two Sons, Jesus’ listeners judged as obedient the son who said he would not go work in his father’s vineyard, but later did go. God wants all of us to work in the vineyard, whether we say we’re going to or not. This video is a modern adaptation of the Parable of the Two Sons.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE TWO DEBTORSNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE TWO DEBTORS
    Stewart Redwine

    We all have the tendency to view our sins as indicative of run-of-the-mill brokenness—and the sins of others as somehow dastardly and insidious. We may even feel entitled to the forgiveness we have experienced. Jesus tells a short parable about this penchant to lose perspective. This video is modern adaptation of the Parable of the Two Debtors.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE SHREWD MANAGERNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE SHREWD MANAGER
    Stewart Redwine

    The Parable of the Shrewd Manager examines some potentially shady business dealings - and what better place to explore stereotypical shady business deals than at a used car lot? This video explores a modern adaption of Jesus' teaching in the Gospel of Luke.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE RICH MAN AND LAZARUSNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE RICH MAN AND LAZARUS
    Stewart Redwine

    In this video a woman has an automobile accident that leads to a near-death experience in which she perceives Hell as a vivid reality. When she wakes up in a hospital, her sister tries to convince her that Hell isn’t real and that her experience is easily explained away. This “explaining away” has always been a temptation, since many feel that a “loving God” could never punish people. In the original parable, Jesus tells the story of an affluent man who cannot imagine a reversal of fortune in the afterlife. He lived in luxury on earth but finds himself on the other side in hell.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE RICH FOOLNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE RICH FOOL
    Stewart Redwine

    This video takes place after the death of the rich fool from Jesus’ original parable. The wife in this video is the “rich fool.” During her life she acquired an immense amount of clothing that she never wore. Blouses, skirts, pants, accessories—tags still attached. Now that she has died, her grieving husband must “empty the barns,” so to speak, in this sequel to Jesus’ original parable.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE NEW WINE IN OLD WINESKINSNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE NEW WINE IN OLD WINESKINS
    Stewart Redwine

    Directly preceding the Parable of the New Wine in Old Wine Skins, Jesus was questioned by the Pharisees about why his disciples didn’t fast. His simple explanation, in essence, went like this: “Because I am here with them. They’re celebrating now; they’ll fast when I leave.” The Pharisees did not see the need for “new wine” or “new wineskins” because they didn’t believe Jesus was the Messiah. This video is a modern adaptation of that parable.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE MUSTARD SEEDNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE MUSTARD SEED
    Stewart Redwine

    In the age of the internet we’re all aware of how the simplest ideas can go “viral” and spread across the globe in a matter of hours. Or how one small decision, to turn left instead of right, can alter the course of a person’s life. Even the massive redwood tree begins as a small seed. In this video a father sees enormous potential in his son. However, he knows that without time and commitment, this potential will go unfulfilled. And when his son faces adversity, he has to draw from his father’s encouragement to propel him to persevere as a musician.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE LOST COINNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE LOST COIN
    Stewart Redwine

    The Parable of the Lost Coin is all about value. What something, or someone, is worth is completely dependent on who you’re asking. Some things have low extrinsic value—such as the simple necklace given as a gift from a husband to a wife in this video. The necklace might have cost less than one hundred dollars. But when you factor in the intrinsic value of the item—what it represents to its owner—its value is far greater, perhaps incalculable.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE HIDDEN TREASURENew

    THE PARABLE OF THE HIDDEN TREASURE
    Stewart Redwine

    To “stumble upon something” is to find it through no effort of our own. It’s an accident. In reality, that “something” finds us. Jesus says this is very similar to how the kingdom of God operates in this world. We don’t find it. It finds us. This is the image Jesus paints in the parable of the Hidden Treasure. In this video a man is out buying antique music boxes and “stumbles upon” a box of superior value. The box played a crucial role in his childhood and has great sentimental value to him and the man will pay whatever it takes to get it.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SAMARITANNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN
    Stewart Redwine

    The Parable of the Good Samaritan is perhaps the most popular of Jesus’ parables. It has big production value, the villains are religious figures, and the hero is unlikely, to say the least. There’s plenty of drama too—robbery, violence, rescue, suspense, and grace. But in this video, nobody’s life is at stake … there isn’t even a robbery. This parable communicates many things, but fundamentally the story rests on the truth that Christ calls us to help others. And in reimagining this story for our contemporary culture, this video explores our work life and occupational relationships.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERDNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
    Stewart Redwine

    Love always shows itself through a willingness to sacrifice for the beloved.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE FRIEND AT MIDNIGHTNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE FRIEND AT MIDNIGHT
    Stewart Redwine

    The Parable of the Friend at Midnight explores prayer, particularly persistence in prayer. There’s no better example of persistence and faith than that of a child (Luke 18:17). Jesus even tells us to have faith like a child. The children in this video are irresistible. In fact, one can’t help but wonder how the father could resist the requests of his daughter … as she leans over his shoulder and begs him through her missing front teeth. That’s probably how God sees us … not as annoying people pounding on the door at midnight, but as adorable children.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE BARREN FIG TREENew

    THE PARABLE OF THE BARREN FIG TREE
    Stewart Redwine

    The Parable of the Barren Fig Tree explores the intertwined themes of grace, mercy, and judgment. In the original parable it is quite likely that the vinedresser represents Jesus—the one fighting for delayed judgment on the barren fig tree. So why does the teacher in this video (who likely represents Jesus) assume some of the guilt? Like many of Jesus’ parables, we don’t know how this one ends. The fig tree gets one more year, but we don’t know what happened to the tree once the year was up—just as we don’t know what the student in this video is going to decide.

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  • THE PARABLE OF THE BUDDING FIGNew

    THE PARABLE OF THE BUDDING FIG
    Stewart Redwine

    Most of us fail to read the manual when we acquire a new toy or gadget. In this video, the owner of a new riding lawn mower is no exception and the result of his irresponsible impatience is disastrous. In an effort to race forward to the “end” (when Jesus sets up his glorious kingdom), we overlook his warnings that calamities must come first. This news, on the surface, is discouraging … yet it heralds the great consummation of all things.

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  • IT'S TIME TO WORSHIPNew

    IT'S TIME TO WORSHIP
    Freebridge Media

    As the Church gathers, we need to remember why we’ve come together. Simply put, we are here for Jesus. To seek Him and not ourselves. To shout His praises and enter His courts. We are here to offer ourselves as living sacrifices. We are here to Worship!

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