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Rob Bell's newest Nooma invites you to surrender the ideals of our image-conscious culture and embrace true identity in Christ.
Most of us grew up believing that our worth, our value, our acceptance comes from how good we are. How smart, how competent, how fast and better and skilled. But Jesus invites us to die to all of that so that we can really live.
Nooma is a revolutionary product that is changing the way people experience spirituality – a series of short films on DVD with a downloadable discussion guide. It's not a book or a cassette tape. And it's not a CD or a two-hour movie. It's a new format called NOOMA® — short films, between 10 and 14 minutes long, about God and our lives. Since its limited online release in November 2002, NOOMA has impacted millions of people. Because of this initial success and great potential, Zondervan has partnered with NOOMA to bring these films to the world. NOOMAs are appropriate for personal and small group settings, congregational meetings, and much more. Like parables, they use the experiences of our lives to teach about the fullness of life through Jesus, tackling issues like forgiveness, discipleship, and unconditional love. The study materials accompanying each NOOMA encourage meaningful discussion with relevant questions and biblical references. Rob Bell, a leading pastor and breakthrough communicator in the Christian community, is featured in the first series of NOOMAs.
Nooma: Tomato Details:
Nooma: Tomato - DVD – Chele W, 07/12/2012
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Nooma: Tomato - DVD – Dawn A, 01/17/2009
The concept is ok. I guess I didn't read the whole thing before putting it in the queue. If I had I wouldn't have 'wasted' one of my three movies on it being that it was about a man standing and talking for 15 or so minutes. Pictures and stuff were interjected. Personally I didn't catch the meaning of the flashes in light of what he was saying. I think these would be good for churches as short study sessions.
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