Trouble With Paris Dvd

by Mark Sayers;

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Trouble With Paris Dvd

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This DVD-based series helps people examine three different levels of reality: hyperreality-that which the media tells us we should seek; reality-the world we really live in; and God's reality-what we should ultimately be seeking. The Trouble with Paris emerged out of a series of talks that Mark Sayers had developed, originally titled "How Paris Hilton Made Me a Better Christian." This series of talks was responsible for hundreds of young adults rediscovering faith in profound ways. The product features one DVD with leader's guide in a standard amaray case. The DVD includes four 20-minute video episodes full of unique animation, fast-paced teaching, and relevant subject matter. Questions are interspersed throughout the video to facilitate discussion, and the participant's guide serves as a companion to the DVD.

Trouble With Paris Dvd by Mark Sayers was published by Thomas Nelson in March 2008 and is our 40603rd best seller. The ISBN for Trouble With Paris Dvd is 9781418533380.

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Page last updated 5th November 2015
Author / Artist
Book FormatDVD video
PublisherThomas Nelson (March 2008)
Number of Pages80
Thickness14 mm
Height139 mm
Width189 mm
Product Code1141356
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