You are not who you were
The Heart of Man film powerfully portrays the unending love of our heavenly Father - a love that pursues us wherever we go and is consistently inviting us into freedom and relationship. For many of us this sounds wonderful, idyllic . . . and completely unrealistic. Below are several Trueface resources to help you begin experiencing this incredible truth.
While many voices spoke into the film, Trueface provided much of the theological backbone and helped to frame the true solution to our shame and broken hearts. We also helped to shape the follow-up study guide to this film, drawing you deeper into your own story with the Father. Bruce McNicol, our president and CEO, is an executive producer of the film and John Lynch, one of our co-authors, appears in the film.
The Heart of Man Guide
Serving as a companion to The Heart of Man film, this interactive guide takes you through the timeless tale of a father’s relentless pursuit of his son. Uncover your own prodigal narrative by exploring the six scenes examined in the film—the table, the sea, the cliff, the lagoon, the cave, and the feast.
This guide is designed for both groups and individuals; it is intended to initiate discussions on topics like brokenness, identity, and shame. Interwoven with excerpts and interviews from prominent thought-leaders, The Heart of Man Participant’s Guide challenges you to deepen your understanding of what it means to be both human and a child of God.
7-Day Devotional through the YouVersion Bible App
Through videos, short devotionals and scripture, this devotional walks through the seven main scenes of the film and can help you begin to enter your own story. Use this as an individual to prepare for the Heart of Man Guide small group experience.
The Cure walks us deeper into the freedom and grace portrayed in the Heart of Man, addressing why "work harder" theology does not free us, and why the grace and presence of Jesus does. This flagship book explores the difference between pleasing and trusting God, and the importance of trusting God and others with yourself. Told partly through narrative and partly through teaching, it touches on our view of God, sin cycles, forgiveness, friendship, destiny, and much more.
Want to screen the film at your university, church, business or organization? Looking for additional resources? Visit the Heart of Man website below.