Journeys is a five week video series designed to introduce Christianity to people in the 21st Century, presented by Rob Harley, a professional television journalist. He presents a unique blend of stories about faith, told by regular people whose lives have been impacted by God. The videos feature powerful interviews about spiritual encounters, and show how faith works at â€˜street levelâ€™. Published in 2003.
Small groups in homes, Large group presentation with small group conversations.
Styles of Learning
Documentary video clips, conversation
Number of sessions
Length of sessions
Introducing seekers to the spiritual dimension of life and giving an overview of what it might mean to follow Jesus.
Young Adult, Adult
Specific leadership requirements
Country of origin
Available in languages other than English
A video/DVD course designed to run for five weeks
Five Participant’s Guides. Extra books are available for purchase.
Promotional video/DVD (5mins) outlining the highlights of the course.
A Leaderâ€™s Guide on how to run the course.
An instructional video/DVD for leaders.
Where to purchase
Great Journeys Resources, Box 91229, Auckland Mail Centre, New Zealand
Level 2, 300 Great South Rd, Auckland, New Zealand
Ph +64 9 520 6401 . Fax +64 9 520 6401
Or from Koorong in Australia.
Cost (not counting packaging and postage)
The Journeys Video Kit – $289 (+p&p)
The Journeys DVD Kit – $299 (+p&p)
Extra Leaders Guides – $10 each
Extra Participants Guides – $5.95 each
Video Duo Set with 1 Leader’s Guide (only available to groups who have purchased a complete kit) – $85.00
DVD Duo Set with 1 Leader’s Guide (only available to groups who have purchased a complete kit) – $90.00
Invite Cards – $12.50 (pk of 50)
A3 Posters – $6.00 (pk of 5)
DVD/Video player, Television/Projector
Uniting Church Congregations using Journeys
Albert St, Wesley Mission Brisbane
Tallebudgera, Gold Coast
Is there a spiritual side to me?
If God and heaven exist what are they like?
Does this faith thing work in real life?
Does God have real power to change things?
Crossing the line â€“ whatâ€™s that like?