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Living Your Best Life (Jesus Heals a Man with Leprosy)

Living Your Best Life (Jesus Heals a Man with Leprosy) – The story of ‘Jesus Heals a Man with Leprosy’ is retold – with a twist.

Benjamin lives in the Galilean village of Capernaum and has leprosy. He is also appearing on the reality TV make-over show called ‘Living Your Best Life’. Benjamin learns from the presenter – Joanna, the Make-Over Queen – that Jesus is due to visit Capernaum the following day. Benjamin duly kneels before Jesus asking to be cured. Later, joined by Joanna once more, Benjamin describes how his life has changed. But what has made the greatest impression on him is the compassion and acceptance of Jesus.

Suitable for teaching KS1 / KS2.

For teachers’ notes, assembly framework and more:https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/assemblies-ks1-ks2-jesus-heals-a-man-with-leprosy-living-your-best-life/zgh9g7h

This film is from the the assemblies collection on BBC Teach: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/primary-school-assemblies-collective-worship-ks1-ks2/zmsnm39

As this film is embedded you will not be able to download it.

The TrueTube and CTVC team made this film for BBC Teach, so for more resources go to BBC Teach: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach

The Bible Stories series was commissioned by BBC Teach and produced by CTVC/TrueTube.

Story of a Heart

Story of a Heart – Ever had an annoying friend who just won’t leave you alone? Well in Leon’s case it’s his own heart who is always following him around and nagging him to clean up his lifestyle: “Look Leon, whatever you do to yourself, you do to me…”

Pressure Point

Pressure Point

Andy Barton discusses pressures on young sports people to succeed. His commentary is highlighted by a narrative given by Jo Ankier, an athlete who narrowly missed out on the opportunity to represent Britain in Beijing. Jo explains how the pressure she put on herself affected not only her performance but her whole life.

Fitter Faster Future

Fitter Faster Future

How far can we use science to affect our sporting ability before it over-rides the point of sport all together? Experts discuss the legal and illegal options available to athletes now and in the future.

Diets Don’t Work – Do They?

Diets Don’t Work – Do They?

Serial dieters and professional dieticians give their views on the efficacy of various diets. Experts argue that losing weight sucessfully requires an all-round healthier approach to day-to-day living.

Big to Buff

Big to Buff

Jonathan, a young adult body-builder, looks back through a difficult childhood tarred by obesity and the challenges it brought; and explains why he suddenly decided he needed to take control of his weight and his life.

Who’s To Blame?

Who’s To Blame?

Who do members of the public hold responsible for childhood obesity?

Dr Burnett On Obesity

Dr Burnett On Obesity

Dr Sarah Burnett examines the causes and consequences of obesity in today’s society.

Dr Burnett On Different Body Shapes

Dr Burnett On Different Body Shapes

Dr Sarah Burnett demonstrates how different body shapes require different measurements to be applied to them in order to understand whether or not they can be considered healthy.

Dr Burnett On BMI

Dr Burnett On BMI

Dr Sarah Burnett talks about different ways of measuring weight and explains that all must be considered together, if we are to get a true picture of how healthy our bodies are.