My husband and I have been having a college-age Bible study at our house for the past couple of months. We typically watch a movie on the first Sunday, then discuss Biblical truths that are suggested by the movie for the next several weeks.
You’ve seen her. She’s friendly, fun, and engaging. She’s got a talent for fitting into any situation. A valuable skill if not completely genuine. Though she can be genuine. She truly cares about her friends. Not so much their needs, as to what they think of her. Her family takes Continue reading
Reading in Titus 2 got me thinking about the movie God’s Not Dead yet again. In this case, I thought about anger.
I’ve been taught that anger stems from one of two things: Continue reading
… and other lessons learned from the movie God’s Not Dead.
I have always talked for my dogs. I think I got it from my grandmother. Her poodle used to race into the backyard and snap at the blue jays. She’d stand at the kitchen window and talk for him, threatening Continue reading
Our college group watched the movie, God’s Not Dead, this week. Wow, there’s a lot to unpack from this movie! So many stories. So many lessons.
The basic premise is a confrontation between a Christian college freshman and an atheistic philosophy professor. The prof Continue reading
Google defines stupidity as “behavior that shows a lack of good sense or judgment.” While I hesitate to call anyone stupid, even characters in a book or movie, that definition applied well to Tony Stark in his latest episode, Iron Man 3.
In fact, the very of essence of stupidity was played out across the screen when Tony Stark threatened an insane killer on national television and then proceeded to Continue reading
Last week, I started digging into Iron Man 3 and what truth the movie could hold for someone with a Christian perspective. We went through how the way we treat people, even without thinking about it – usually without thinking about it – can make enemies. At the very least, can set up first impressions that aren’t easily overcome. Continue reading
“We create our own demons.” Tony Stark’s voice comes over images of his Iron Man suits blowing to bits in slow motion. The words grabbed my attention right away, riveting me to my seat as I saw the movie the first time, then later as I contemplated what I’d seen. Continue reading