Ted is a boy on a mission. He believes that if he can bring home a tree, that he will win the heart of Audrey, the girl next door and the object of Ted's fondest romantic dreams. As John Eldredge notes in is book Wild At Heart, every young boy dreams of "a beauty to rescue" -- and so Ted sets out... Continue Reading
Hitch has created a suave barrier in his life to protect him from real love; all the while he has been helping others to obtain it. Finally, Albert sees through the ruse. To Hitch love is just a job, to Albert, it is his life. As such, Albert is willing to sacrifice himself to get it back. What... Continue Reading
This short scene is a breath of fresh air in an entertainment culture that seems to focus exclusively on the love interests of the very young. A survey of recent Hollywood films would leave many people believing that romance dies with marriage -- but the married know that this is not so. Sure,... Continue Reading
It is simple for people to say they love each other -- it is much more difficult for them to live it out. Saying it is easy, living it is hard. Both Tevye and Golde have expressed their love in the way they have worked and sacrificed for one another over their twenty-five years of marriage. Still,... Continue Reading
The Song - Movie Bible Study
What do you do to protect your marriage?
This study based on The Song examines: the importance of seeking wisdom; the snare of adultery; how people unwittingly participate in motivating unfaithfulness, what it means to "live the good life;" and the appropriate role of regret and guilt.
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