ReFrame Official Trailer
Enter into the big story of Scripture and explore how the gospel reframes all of life. ReFrame is a 10-Session video-based Bible study that brings fa [ read more ]
The ReFrame Course is about seeing all of life through the lens of the Gospel. Developed by Regent College, the film-based, small-group resource takes participants through the biblical story from creation to new creation, and invites them to imagine where their lives connect to God’s mission of restoration. Throughout the ten episodes, small groups will encounter accessible ted-style teaching from top theologians, real-life examples of Christians connecting their faith to their work, homes, and communities, and questions and exercises designed to engage the material. On the journey, participants will meet a lawyer seeking to practice justice in a flawed system, a business entrepreneur seeking to alleviate poverty and care for the environment, a community activist, and a stay-at-home-mom wrestling with the often mundane realities of life. ReFrame invites groups and individuals to encounter Christ in their own story, and to join him in his mission of renewing all things: people, nations, cities, sectors, neighbourhoods, and communities. It is currently available with subtitles in 6 languages, and is being used in over 50 countries around the globe.
This session focuses on God’s faithfulness to the people of Israel and how Israel’s story is part of our family history as Christians. [ read more ]
This session starts at the beginning with the account of the creation and fall. [ read more ]
ReFrame aims to help you live out faith in everyday life, encouraging you to encounter Jesus afresh and allowing his story to shape your own. This fir [ read more ]
As Christians, the story of Scripture and the person of Jesus shape the whole of who we are. Still, we often experience tensions within our culture th [ read more ]
This session focuses on Jesus Christ as the climax of the story and the fulfillment of all the Old Testament scriptures. He is the true image of God, [ read more ]