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DescriptionThe church kit features access to four video clips from the 2016 movie Ben-Hur and contains everything you need to launch a four-week sermon series to take your congregation and visitors deeper on a faith journey through the themes of the movie. Ben-Hur’s action-packed tale of betrayal, revenge, love and redemption, based on Lew Wallace’s timeless novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ, creates the perfect outreach opportunity. These four weeks will draw people to discover the power of redemption in their own lives like never before through these topics:
- Week 1: "Love Surprises"
- Week 2: "Love Acts"
- Week 3: "Love Overcomes"
- Week 4: "Love Heals" This Kit Includes:
- Access to four video clips from the 2016 movie Ben-Hur and a countdown clock
- 4 customizable sermons
- Campaign Planning Guide
- Web and social media graphics
- PowerPoint templates and bulletin insert template
- Promo tool samples
This Kit is not included in the Church Kit and Video Subscription Plan
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About The Film
Portuguese, French, English, Spanish
Spanish, French, Portuguese
A Jewish nobleman, Judah Ben-Hur (Jack Huston) and his adoptive Roman brother Messala (Toby Kebbell) are best friends despite their different origins. While racing horses, Ben-Hur is hurt and Messala carries him back to their family home in Jerusalem. Despite the hospitality of Ben Hur's mother Naomi (Ayelet Zurer) and the affections of sister Tirzah (Sofia Black D'Elia), Messala feels alienated in his adopted family. He enlists in the Roman army and fights in the Roman Empire's wars in Germany. Ben-Hur also develops feelings for the family slave Esther (Nazanin Boniadi) although their different station in life compels him not to pursue her. But when her father Simonides (Haluk Bilginer) seeks to marry her off to a Roman, Judah declares his love for her and takes her as his wife. Three years later, Messala returns as a decorated Roman officer. His return coincides with a rising insurrection by the Zealots, who are opposed to the oppressive nature of Roman rule. Judah treats and shelters a young Zealot youth named Dismas (Moises Arias). Messala reunites with Ben-Hur and attempts to convince his adoptive brother to serve as an informant. Following a reunion dinner with Ben-Hur and his family, Messala informs them that a new Roman governor Pontius Pilate (Pilou Asbaek) will be taking residence in Jerusalem and that no incidents must occur. Days later, Pontius Pilate marches into Jerusalem with Ben-Hur and his family watching from a balcony. Dismas attempts to assassinate Pilate with a bow but fails. In retaliation, the Romans storm Ben-Hur's household and arrest him and his family. Rather than betray a fellow Jew, Ben-Hur takes responsibility for the assassination attempt and is sentenced to enslavement aboard a galley. His mother and sister are sentenced to be crucified. Ben-Hur and Messala fall out with the two hating each other for their perceived betrayals. While being led to the galley, Ben-Hur encounters Jesus (Rodrigo Santoro), who fetches him some water. Ben-Hur endures five years of slavery as a rower aboard a Roman galley under the command of Quintus Arius (James Cosmo). During a naval battle against Greek rebels, Ben-Hur's galley is destroyed and he manages to cling to a floating mast. He is washed ashore and is found by Sheik Ilderim (Morgan Freeman), who recognizes him as an escaped slave. Ben-Hur manages to convince Ilderim not to hand him over to the Romans by treating one of the Nubian's racing horses.