The Week that Changed the WorldRegular price £10.00
An Audio Resource for Holy Week that enables you to follow–on your own–the story and drama of Jesus’ movements through Jerusalem, from Palm Sunday to the empty tomb.
“The pictures on the radio”, they say, “are better than those on TV!” This is your opportunity to close your eyes, to travel to Jerusalem in your imagination, and to follow Jesus and the disciples as they make their way from the Mount of Olives towards the empty tomb.
Based on chapter 4 of Immersed in the Passion, the events of this historic week are retold in 12 short Audio Recordings (each c. 6-7 mins), supplemented by 4 further Dramatic Reflections (from John Mark, his sister and Mary Magdalene). Also in your bundle/pack will be some PDF Maps of first-century Jerusalem as well as a 17-minute Video—filmed in the area of the Last Supper and in the garden of Gethsemane as one episode in the forthcoming In the Steps of Jesus Film Series.
- Why not use these various resources to help you on your own spiritual journey through 2022?
- Or, if you’re a church leader, why not purchase the ‘congregational licence’—enabling people in your church to use a private youtube link to these resources to enjoy on their own or in small groups? For this option, see the The Week that Changed the World (Church and Groups Licence)
Digital Download Contents
- Jesus enters Jerusalem
- Jesus in the nearby village of Bethany
- Jesus cleanses the Temple
- Jesus shares a meal with his friends
- Jesus waits in the garden of Gethsemane
- Jesus stands trial before Caiaphas
- Jesus encounters human evil and failure
- Jesus stands before Pontius Pilate and Herod Antipas
- Jesus is sentenced to death
- Jesus is crucified
- Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene
- Jesus appears to his followers
- Mary in Bethany
- John Mark’s sister at the Last Supper
- John Mark in the garden of Gethsemane
- Mary by the empty tomb
THE LONG NIGHT: Jesus’ journey from the Last Supper to the garden of Gethsemane
- The Mount of Olives in the time of Jesus
- Jerusalem in the first century