Come Follow Me Movie and DVD


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A gentle voice called, "Come follow me" and a man named Peter was drawn to respond.

Peter struggled in his efforts to follow Jesus. Finally, he learned to rely only on the power and promises made certain by Jesus’ death on the cross and his resurrection from the dead.  

Jesus still invites you, “Come follow me.” Like Peter you can learn why that invitation is so important and wonderful!

Come Follow Me is a movie that depicts what it means to be a disciple, a follower of Jesus. The movie recounts the experience of the Apostle Peter—his misunderstanding, denial, doubts, and fears.  The answer for Peter is Jesus who assures his disciple of forgiveness through his death on the cross and resurrection from the dead. The way for Peter to be a follower of Jesus is found in the power and promises of Jesus’ word.  In the same way as it is for us. The movie dramatizes Peter’s progression from the denier before the crucifixion to the preacher of repentance and salvation at Pentecost. Recalling Jesus’ invitation to Peter and others to follow him and become fishers of men, the film is entitled Come Follow Me.


Come Follow Me is a second movie in a series of outreach movies. The first, Road to Emmaus, has a distribution of more than a quarter million copies worldwide. Translated in seven languages, the Emmaus movie is used in our world & home mission fields. It's also used by our local congregations for evangelism efforts, classes, Bible study and school classrooms. Individuals use the movie in their personal outreach efforts.



Bible Study Series for Come Follow Me  
Come Follow Me Leaders Notes 
Come Follow Me Title Page 
Come Follow Me Questions for Reflection 
Come Follow Me Lesson One 
Come Follow Me Lesson Two 
Come Follow Me Lesson Three 
Come Follow Me Lesson Four 
Come Follow Me Lesson Five 
Come Follow Me Lesson Six 
Come Follow Me Lesson Seven 

Discussion Guide for Come Follow Me

 
For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith--and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God-- not by works... ~ EPHESIANS 2:8-9