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Changing Lanes – The Meaning of Life – DVD

By Jonny Pearce
November 2013 | Review by Andrew Rowell


The Changing Lanes Course is an evangelistic DVD course ideally aimed at teenagers aged 15–17. In a word it’s about direction. Life according to Jesus is very simple; there are just two roads and two destinations. Over seven episodes the course takes participants on a journey of discovery in search of the meaning to life and the truth about God.

  • Publisher: 10ofthose
  • ISBN: 978-1-90961-103-0
  • Price: 20.00
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Changing Lanes — the meaning of life and the truth about God
Written by Jonny Pearce and presented by Adam Goddard
10 of those, 62 minutes ISBN: 9-781909-611030
Star Rating : 5

Changing lanes is a seven episode introduction to Christianity. The resources are constructed to be used in a youth group or as an online, self study resource. There are four resources available.

At the heart of the course are the seven, well constructed and presented video sequences. Each episode is divided into five sections: three video sequences, with a question time ‘pit-stop’ and a ‘finding direction’ Bible study in-between. These are compiled onto an easily accessed DVD; and also freely available online at

There is a booklet that complements and reinforces the material in the videos and, in addition, a handbook with spaces for written answers.

The course is beautifully produced and Adam Goddard does a really excellent job of presenting the material in a relevant and accessible way.

We have used Changing lanes for our church’s youth group and I would particularly recommend it for those from a non-Christian background. It held their attention and did not make huge assumptions in terms of vocabulary or Bible knowledge.

This superb resource is challenging for young people from a Christian background and older people too. I thoroughly recommend it.

Andrew Rowell


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