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Exile Supply Pack: Expand Your FLOW Experience

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exile-supply-pack-how-god-makes-(2)The Acton Institute’s new film series, For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles, was released earlier this year, and in the months since, has garnered heaps of praise from a variety of corners, most recently in Christianity Today, where Andy Crouch described it as “Christian popular culture that embodies theological and spiritual maturity—and childlike humility.”

Now, in addition to the DVD and Blu-Ray combo pack (which is on sale for only $35), you can expand your FLOW experience with a new Exile Supply Pack, which includes a host of additional resources, books, and tools for hosting or exploring the series with your friends, church, or organization.

The series itself does a fine job of setting up and kicking off a discussion about our role as Christians in the “the now and not yet,” but with these resources, you’ll be equipped with discussion and study guides, additional books on the topic of stewardship and discipleship, and other tools that will serve to promote and enrich that discussion on into the future.

You can order your Exile Supply Pack here.

Details of what’s included in the pack are summarized below:

DVD/Blu-ray Combo Pack: Includes a letter from Evan and two discs for your player of choice: DVD and Blu-ray. Enjoy seven episodes around 20 minutes each, teaser videos, a trailer and bonus content.

DVD/Blu-ray Feature Film Version: This unique version was created to enjoy all seven episodes in one viewing experience – an excellent format for a one-time event.

Four Field Guides – Paperback: The companion Field Guide jump-starts group and individual investigation and includes additional content to enhance the film experience. Discover seven episode Trail Guides that inspire creative exploration and discussion. Each Trail Guide offers an episode introduction from Evan, a teaser video, quick definitions for key terms and ideas, discussion questions, and guidance for Scripture study and prayer.  Introductory content features cast bios, a Biblical overview of exile in both Old and New Testaments, an animated Field Map video of key destinations on the journey, additional information about the influential Field Scholars behind the series, and significant Field Sightings discovered along the journey.

Streaming access to the series and digital Field Guide at StudySpace.org (includes access to promotional videos as well as poster and logo files for event promotion): Sign up for a free StudySpace account and enjoy unlimited access to For the Life of the World videos as well as a Field Guide study experience that connects your group through interactive learning. Available anytime, anywhere, on any digital device.

Faith and Work Primer: Is work good? Did God design our work for a purpose? Is our work a part of God’s call to participate in stewardship of all creation? Find out how our daily work plays an important part in God’s Kingdom come.

2 Cast Magnets: Two large cast magnets give a little “behind the scenes” information about fellow travelers on this important journey of discovery. Check out all five!

2 Large Posters: Each poster is 24×36 inches and provides space to communicate event details.

T-shirt: There is something about a new t-shirt. This particular t-shirt carries a profound message about our purpose on earth. It’s also rather comfortable. Recommended to wear often!

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Joseph Sunde is an associate editor and writer for the Acton Institute. His work has appeared in venues such as The Federalist, First Things, The Christian Post, The Stream, Intellectual Takeout, Foundation for Economic Education, Patheos, LifeSiteNews, The City, Charisma News, The Green Room, Juicy Ecumenism, Ethika Politika, Made to Flourish, and the Center for Faith and Work. Joseph resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota with his wife and four children.

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