This is a good illustration for an interesting introduction to Easter for tweens and young teens. Chirag's explanation of The Cheese Touch, is just a variation of stories that have come down through the ages, where violating a seemingly simple prohibition brings a terrible curse. G.K.... Continue Reading
Sorrow is on the land of Narnia. The Great Lion, Aslan, has been slain to save the life of a young boy, Edmund, who had been a traitor. It seemed so unfair that Aslan, the innocent, had to die for Edmund, the guilty. But death could not hold the Lion, and here he is, back to life and ready to take... Continue Reading
Some people, seeing this clip, would focus on George and comment on the seemingly occult nature of his ability. But I would rather we step back for a minute and take a look at the woman, Candace. She has come to George seeking secret knowledge. Her daughter has been taken by death, irrevocably... Continue Reading
Emily hates the very idea of death; and she is right to feel that way. Despite its inevitability, deep in our hearts we know that death is unnatural and wrong, When people we love pass away, the sense of sorrow we feel is part of this recognition. Separation from loved ones is painful ??? but we... Continue Reading
For generations, season after season, year after year, the forces of life have fought against the forces of decay to keep the forest alive. In this final culmination of events, a massive battle is taking place over the Leaf Men's home of Moon Haven, and they do not have the power to save... Continue Reading
God's Not Dead - Movie Bible Study
Can you stand up for your faith?
This study will examine the idea of persecution, responses to atheism, the importance of apologetics, the short-sightedness of mockers, and what it takes to be salt and light in your culture.
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