Out of the Question is a series of animations to equip young people to give a reason for the hope they have. Following the characters, Chris, Holly Beth and Sam through the ups and downs of discussing the Christian faith with their friends, young people will learn the value of a conversational, question-based approach that is both robust but also positive.
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What people say
If you are looking for a fun, yet solid help with Apologetics, Out of the question is for you! Contagious and comprehensive with clear teaching, leader’s guides and helpful backup material Out of the question gets a big thumb’s up!
Ken MoserAssistant Professor of Youth Ministry Briercrest College and Seminary Saskatchewan, Canada
“Out of the Question was fantastic for our boys’ home Bible study group. It boosted their confidence talking to friends at school about being a Christian.”
Nate Morgan LockeAssociate Evangelist at Christianity Explored Ministries
‘Helping Christian young people to talk to their mates about Jesus should be one of the core activities of the church. In doing so helping them give a reason for the hope that they have is critical. Out of the Question is a fun, relevant and engaging resource to help them do just that.’
Phil KnoxHead of Mission to Young Adults, Evangelical Alliance
Out of the Question is a great resource to help young people grapple with the big questions of apologetics and faith. It’s well reasoned, presented in a fun way, and guaranteed to get the discussion going within your group. I whole-heartedly recommend it to you!
Tim GoughDirector of Llandudno Youth For Christ and the editor of www.youthworkhacks.com.
“Engaging, smart and well worth a look”
James CaryTV and Radio Comedy writer
“Out of the Question looks to creatively bridge the cultural gap between Church and world, offering an accessible way for young people to engage with some of the intellectual and social barriers to Christian faith. It’s Disenchantment/Almost Naked Animals meets scholarly apologetics mash-up, and the videos don’t stand alone. The clean interface with leader’s guide/discussion questions, and opportunity for role play makes this a seriously interesting project for any church to consider.”
Andy du FeuVice-Principal (Academic), Moorlands College
“Out of the Question is an innovative resource to that aims to give younger Christians real confidence in the gospel’s goodness and truth. Not only will this contribute to boosting many Christians’ confidence that their trust in Jesus is well-placed, I am also sure that it will inspire many to share this hope with others.”
Peter DrayUCCF Head of Creative Evangelism
“Many people are reflecting on the meaning and purpose of their lives, they are trying to explain and makes sense of the good and bad bits of it all. Too many contributions into this area are superficial or overly intellectual. Yet the original desire to find answers is still there. Comedy is a brilliant way to open up the conversation naturally and video animations are loved all over the globe. These short videos are as funny as they are thoughtful. I highly recommend them for their ability to get us all thinking and talking about the big questions of life and faith.”
Tom PriceSpeaker, OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics
"It's a delight for me to recommend 'Out of the Question', this is a new creative innovate video series on apologetics for young people, teenagers, and young adults. To help them engage their peers in conversation with creativity with humour and to encourage and inspire them with that."
Lars DahleLausanne Catalyst for Media
Gareth has spent 25 years in various roles of Youth, Children & Families Ministry as both a volunteer and full timer. After several years working in Finance (and many years as a volunteer youth leader with Crusaders – now Urban Saints), in 2008 he gained a BA in Youth & Children’s Ministry from Oak Hill Theological College and remained in London to work at East Finchley Baptist Church, as their Youth, Children & Families Minister. In 2010 he moved to do the same job for St. John’s Church, Wilmslow. He is currently on the Chester Diocesan Youth Committee and the Executive Committee for North West Partnership Youth works, where he heads up the Training of volunteer leaders. In September 2014 he started a part-time PhD in Family Ministry at Cliff College. He is married with three primary aged children.
John was one of the original founders of Quirky Motion (www.quirkymotion.com). He has been involved in the production and direction of numerous projects from Music Videos to campaign videos, as well as a number of short film projects. He has many years of experience of low budget 2d animation both as director and animator. He has also worked as compositor, Matte painter and done motion graphics and illustration work. His work has been used by Broadcasters, Publishers, ThinkTanks, Record Labels, and Charities. John’s example showreel can be seen here: http://quirkymotion.com/films/animation-showreel-john-lumgair
Hazel has worked in the pharmaceutical industry for over 20 years, leading and managing drug discovery projects to deliver new medicines for breast cancer. Following voluntary redundancy in 2016, she is currently using her project management skills to benefit non-for-profit and voluntary organisations.