Signed Copy of Here’s Jesus



This is a limited edition signed copy. Get your copy before they are gone

From Antartica, Iguazu Falls, and from Baltimore to Dubai, David and Yvonne Roller spent 6 years filming the gospel of Luke. Driven by a love of this incredible story they divided the gospel into 81 segments, David memorized each segment and then Yvonne filmed him in the middle of real people in the middle of real places, just the way the story originaly unfolded.

This book is the travel guide to the videos that provides insights and questions for each video along with commentary about the process. Use the book in conjunction with the video’s available at

Enjoy using this book and video’s with your small group or for personal enrichment. You will be fascinated at how each location creates a unique window into the stories.

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