The second film in Erwin Raphael McManus's highly creative series Signs, Wind uses the metaphor of wind to explore the ideas of breathe, life, and God's Holy Spirit, who is the source of all life. Is there anything more mysterious than wind? We can't see it, and yet we feel it brush our faces every day. In the Scriptures when "God's Spirit hovered over the waters" in Genesis, the word used for spirit can also be translated wind, or breathe. So God's Spirit is like the wind. We can't always see Him, but we sense His presence daily. As McManus opens up this journey, the story of a young couple falling in love unfolds onscreen. By the end of the film, viewers will never see wind in the same way again.
|Publisher:||Cook, David C|
|Series:||The SIGNS Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Erwin Raphael McManus is an artist, filmmaker, author, storyteller, activist, and innovator. For over 30 years he has specialized in the field of creativity, innovation, human uniqueness, and discovering and maximizing personal genius. He is the creative force behind McManus Studios and principle visionary and primary communicator for Mosaic in Los Angeles. He is the author of many books including An Unstoppable Force and Chasing Daylight. He and his wife, Kim, live in Los Angeles, have two children, Aaron and Mariah, and a foster daughter, Paty.