Francis Chan is a one-man wrecking crew taking aim at the conventional and modern notion of the word “church”.
That’s why I want to introduce you to a new short-film video series developed by David C. Cook publishing and the good folks at Flannel entitled “The BASIC series”. The first film in that series is called “Fellowship” and it features Francis. You can watch it online, for free, right here. Here’s a quick recap of the film and the series:
In the coming year, the BASIC series evolves and asks vital questions about today’s church. FELLOWSHIP premieres this month and is the heart of the entire BASIC series. In this film, Francis answers the question, “Is church a place, or something more?” Too often, we identify church as a place we go to once a week to sing songs and listen to someone else talk about God. But really, the church described in Scripture is so much more than that; it’s a family loving each other, living and sharing all of life together. If we were able to practiceÂ thatÂ kind of church, what would that show the world about who God is, and how could that kind of church impact the world?
I’m a sucker for design, so I want you to take a look at the stunning visuals from this wonderfully produced film.
Solid teaching. Solid visuals. Solid film. Make sure you check it out while you still can.
If you want to find out more on the BASIC series, head over to their Facebook page or Twitter feed.