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I remember when I was young and I would occasionally go to church with my grandmother.
Sitting in the pews, the smell of perfume, with a view of oversized Sunday hats and singing of hymns. Grandma’s bible with the red letters and wrinkled pages.
I’d try to read the words and every time I wouldn’t last long because I couldn’t understand the words that were on the pages.
As I got older and started going to church on my own I was better able to read my bible. I had a translation that I could understand and that made sense to me. Then with the introduction of online varieties, I love having the option to jump from one translation to the next to get an understanding of what I am reading.
But now there is an even greater option, viewing it on the the TV screen.
I recently had the chance to check out the Gospel of Mark DVD, which is a word-for-word adaptation of the second book of the New Testament.
For someone who is a more visual person, it offers a visual interpretation of the the book of Mark.
The Gospel of Mark comes as the series second installment. Five years in the making, following the release of the Gospel of John last year.
It releases on DVD tomorrow, March 14th.
If you are interested in a copy for yourself, I have partnered with Review Wire Media on behalf of the Lumo Project for you to win your own copy. You can enter below!