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Facing Disaster Like A ManBy: Rev. Kurt Klaus(Includes subtitles in English & Spanish) - Disasters! Life's catastrophes come in many shapes and sizes, and their unwelcome intrusion leaves us reeling. Grief, profound uncertainty and -- not infrequently -- more questions than can reasonably be answered, rise from its wake. In this devastation, the heart is drawn to look for answers human reason cannot provide.This three-lesson Bible study stresses the importance of relying on God in an age when the specter of disaster is an all-too-familiar occurrence. In Facing Disaster Like A Man, Pastor Kurt Klaus considers the tragedies that strike our lives. Be they natural, unnatural, or self-inflicted, they turn our lives upside down and inside out. Whether their aftermath finds us in the rubble of our homes, businesses, or personal lives, there is a way out of the wreckage, and it begins and ends with God.Conveying God's matchless love and grace when, by human standards, our disaster would leave us in ruin, Klaus reminds us that He is in control, even in the most desperate of circumstances. Opening Psalm 46:1 the Psalmist writes, "God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble." This is the good news when all news seems bad; this is the single, unstoppable ray of light when darkness would overwhelm us. Though hope may seem an impossible dream, there is a way through the darkness. Klaus reminds us that the God of the Old and New Testaments is a God who, by virtue of his omniscience and omnipotence, is in command. He will get us through every tight spot and every unforeseen difficulty -- no matter how hopeless, no matter how painful. The assault to our sanity may be a hurricane, a divorce, or a bankruptcy. Whatever the disaster is, facing it -- and overcoming it -- can be achieved by God's grace and the comfort He provides. Includes subtitles in English & Spanish Watch Videos Additional Resources Buy DVD DownloadMore Resources & TrainingResources :: Home
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Klaus subtitles English
Every character on The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, and Legacies speaks some form or variant of a language.The predominant language spoken on the original broadcasts of the show is American English, though variants of this language, as well as entirely different languages are used, often with English subtitles.
The Bridge (Allied Artists), adapted from the novel by Manfred Gregor, is a skillful and ferocious West German film (with English subtitles) that examines one of the more horrible absurdities of World War II: the war's end draft of German schoolboys, none of them trained, many of them thrown into Hitler's crumbling defenses as "human sandbags."
Directed by Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet (France 1991) 99 min. With Pascal Benezech, Dominique Pinon, Marie-Laure DougnacYears before he helmed the fourth Alien film, Jeunet madeone of the most distinctive films of the 1990s, hailed for itsgrotesquely comic and touching tale of post-nuclear survival.French with English subtitles.
LOVE, ETC. (NOT RATED) Director: Marion Vernoux. With Charlotte Gainsbourg, Charles Berling, Yves Attal. (105 min.) ++ A love triangle develops when a mans best friend gets a crush on his attractive new wife. Although theres nothing particularly memorable about the story, its stylishly shot and has appealing echoes of Franois Truffauts classic Jules and Jim. French with English subtitles.
THE LOVERS ON THE BRIDGE (NOT RATED) Director: Los Carax. With Juliette Binoche, Denis Lavant, Klaus-Michael Grber. (125 min.) ++++ Controversy swirled around the 1991 premire of this unique French production, which expends lavish resources on a tale of romance between two homeless misfits whore very hard to like. What makes it worthwhile are its hugely energetic performances, its utterly unpredictable story, and the explosive visual ideas of director Carax, a wildly inventive filmmaker who refuses to play by any rules but his own. Originally called Les Amants de Pont- Neuf. French with English subtitles.
THE RED VIOLIN (NOT RATED) Director: Franois Girard. With Samuel L. Jackson, Greta Scacchi, Don McKellar, Jean-Luc Bideau. (130 min.) +++ This omnibus-style film traces the fictional history of a superbly crafted violin, and the mystery attached to it, as it passes from 17th-century Italy to China during the Cultural Revolution, with stops in Austria and England along the way. Movies in this genre are often made with more attention to international marketing than first-rate storytelling, but Girard invests each episode of this Canadian production with dramatic credibility and emotional strength. In four languages, with English subtitles when appropriate. Sex/Nudity: 3 instances of nudity, 1 explicit sex scene. Violence: 1 mild scene. Profanity: 6 expressions. Drugs: 3 scenes with smoking.
RUN LOLA RUN (R) Director: Tom Tykwer. With Franka Potente, Moritz Bleibtreu, Nina Petri, Herbert Knaup, Armin Rohde. (81 min.) ++++ Amazingly creative filmmaking propels this anything-goes tale of a young woman who has just 20 minutes to save her boyfriends life by raising a huge amount of cash. Tykwers style gives the movie an explosive energy that never quits, marking him as the most ingenious new talent to hail from Germany in ages. Contains violent action. In German with English subtitles.
All films will be in French with English subtitles; see sidebar for times and locations. The Tournées Festival was made possible with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the French Ministry of Culture. 041b061a72