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In the upcoming, ongoing visual curriculum series To Be Told, Latino pastor Claudio Oliver asks the question, “Do you have a mission or does the mission have you?” A short film, Missio Dei is from Red del Camino Network for Integral Mission in Latin America (www.lareddelcamino.net). To Be Told is an alternative multi-media, alternative teaching series featuring stories that reveal God’s Kingdom on earth. To see the video go to: http://emergingumc.blogspot.com/
God has been using stories to reveal himself since the beginning of time, but today many of these stories are never told. We are called to tell them. And like Jesus, we seek to tell them with creativity, and passion.
The stories that are told in the series To Be Told come from the margins. They are stories about a quiet revolution of hope among the mostly unnoticed citizens of God’s Kingdom. They are stories about people and communities of faith that are actively participating in God’s restorative plans for all of creation. They are stories that reveal new ways of thinking about faith, and new ways of living out that faith today.
To Be Told is an initiative of Del Camino Connection in strategic alliance with The Work of the People. Del Camino Connection (DCC) is a not-for-profit organization that was created to serve and support the Del Camino Network for Integral Mission in Latin America and the Caribbean, a movement of local churches committed to living out God’s plan to make all things new. The Work of the People is a community of artists and storytellers that creates visual media for worship and mission. (www.theworkofthepeople.com)