Visual media

The last 18 hours of Jesus' life
testify to exceeding love,
courage and strength

The Seven Wonders in Jerusalem
In this seven-part series for Easter, Wilkin searches for the seven locations at which Jesus bled in the heart of Old Jerusalem, in order to discover what this means for us today. This is a message that has never before been presented in such a way. The unique images and impressive story send you back in time by two thousand years, to help you realize what Jesus went through in the last 18 hours prior to His death, to discover how much you are wanted, desired and deeply loved. He visits the Garden of Gethsemane, where the most dramatic battle in human history took place and other places where Jesus have walked: the house of the High Priest Annas, the Caiaphas’ steps, the courtyard of Pilate, the healing pools of Bethesda, Herod’s Street, Via Dolorosa. Golgotha and a baptismal location at the river Jordan. The series for Easter is already translated in English, German and Albanian. In the meantime, we are working on translations in Spanish, French and other languages.

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Animations: The Seven Wonders
In seven animations, Wilkin has summarized The Seven Wonders of the Cross, impressively designed by Dutch artist Glenn van der Mull. Wilkin: ‘I am intensely grateful for the cooperation with Glenn van der Mull. He has captured The Seven Wonders of the Cross in more than fifty breathtaking illustrations, which form the basis for The Seven Wonders Animations. He made a very conscious choice to not use professional photo models. Glenn wanted this extraordinary story to be ‘told’ by very ordinary people. I think that he more than succeeded! I hope and pray that these animations will touch the heart of the viewers and that they will have a great(er) passion for the Man who changed this world for good: Jesus Christ of Nazareth.’ The animations are already translated in English, German and Albanian. In the meantime, we are working on translations in Spanish, French, Russian and other languages.

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