Easter

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21st April 2019

What Is Sacrifice?

What is most precious to you? What would you be willing to sacrifice? What have you sacrificed? Members of the public share their stories.

The Gospel of Luke - The Last Supper

In the first of three dramatised extracts from Luke's Gospel that tell the Easter story, we see the events leading up to Jesus' arrest - from his triumphal entry into Jerusalem to the Last Supper (Luke 19:36-48; 20:19-26; 21:37 to 22:34; and 22:39-54).

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.

The Gospel of Luke - The Crucifixion

In the second of three dramatised extracts from Luke's Gospel that tell the Easter story, we see Jesus' trials and his crucifixion at Golgotha - the Place of the Skull (Luke 22: 54 to 23:49).

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.

The Gospel of Luke - The Resurrection

In the last of three dramatised extracts from Luke's Gospel that tell the Easter story, we see the disciples pass from the depths of sorrow as Jesus is buried, to the heights of joy when he returns from the dead (Luke 23: 50 to 24:47).

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.

The Last Supper 2016

In the first of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Palm Sunday, the Last Supper and Jesus' arrest. The voiceover was written and performed by Lydia Cheung who won TrueTube's Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2015.

The Crucifixion 2016

In the second of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Jesus' trial and crucifixion. The voiceover was written and performed by Mia Griso Dryer who won TrueTube's Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2015.

The Resurrection 2016

In the last of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Jesus' burial and resurrection. The voiceover was written and performed by Rose Morley who won TrueTube's Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2015.

I'm Sorry

When did you last say sorry? TrueTube takes to the streets and asks why saying sorry - and being forgiven - are so important to relationships of all kinds.

Forgiven

I could forgive my boyfriend anything except...'. From wearing their stilettos to sleeping with their mother, young women in the UK talk about what they'd never let their boyfriends get away with.