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A Word for Word Visual Storytelling of the Gospel of John

by Daniel Dexter

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Daniel Dexter presents the Gospel of John, memorized word-for-word from the NIV (1984), in a verbal and visual storytelling style. Dexter’s proclamation demonstrates that the Word of God is dynamic and dramatic and that the message of salvation is clear. This DVD can be a blessing for your personal time in the Word, and it can be useful to share with others for evangelism and encouragement. Filmed in 2010 at Salty Earth Pictures. 132 minutes – 2 DVD set.
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