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Into the Heart of God
Jean Vanier Explores the Gospel of John in the Holy Land
Jean Vanier
978-1-61636-792-3
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This 14-part video series is an exploration into the Gospel of John. By retracing the actual steps through the Holy Land of the events and accounts of this gospel, Vanier recreates a vivid and intimate portrait of what is often called the “mystical gospel.”

This series looks deep into the gospel, and in so doing brings viewers further into the heart of God, whose boundless love for humanity manifests itself in the life and times of Jesus. Vanier notes, “The Gospel of John is the gospel of relationship, and we will see it is a growing relationship with Jesus. And this is not only the gospel of relationship, but also of transformation…. We will discover through this gospel that human beings need to be gradually transformed to enter into a fullness of love.”

The package includes 14 handouts that clarify and explore each of the videos, and a leader’s guide for using the program in a prayer or study session. There is an audio-only presentation available here.

Video segments:
  • The Vulnerability of the Logos the Word Becomes Flesh
  • John the Baptist: Witness for Jesus
  • The Wedding at Cana: The Key to Understanding this Gospel
  • The New Temple: The Body of Jesus
  • The Samaritan Woman
  • A New Communion with Jesus
  • Walls of Fear
  • Jesus, Our Shepherd
  • The One You Love Is Sick: Lazarus
  • Jesus, Prince of Peace
  • Jesus Lowers Himself
  • Jesus Promises the Paraclete
  • Jesus Humiliated
  • The Risen Jesus
Jean Vanier is a Canadian Catholic philosopher turned theologian and humanitarian, and the founder of L’Arche, an international federation dedicated to the creation and growth of homes, programs and support networks with people who have intellectual or learning disabilities. He lives in Trosly-Breuil, France, and travels widely, visiting other L'Arche communities, encouraging projects for new communities, and giving lectures and retreats
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