Damaris launches free Les Miserables resources

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les miserables posterNo apologies for focusing on Les Miserables again! Because the film gives us a major opportunity to use this redemptive story to engage with outsiders, or to challenge Jesus-followers.

Christian culture commentators Damaris Trust have now published a range of useful resources (with more to follow). There’s a 16-page booklet in PDF format to use in conjunction with a series of downloadable video shorts. Already released are Fresh Starts and Difficult Choices, displayed below, plus the film trailer. Coming shortly are Prisoner 24601, Who Am I?, and A Heart Full of Love. Access all these videos and other resources on the Damaris Les Mis page.

How to use these resources

There are many opportunities – face-to-face in church meetings, youthgroups, film discussion evenings; online in newsletters, blogs or Facebook discussions. Download the videos to project, or embed into web-pages. Use the booklet to source discussion questions.

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