Wild Style, Benny the Spaceman, Batman, Vitruvious, Unikitty, and Metal Beard are all vastly different, with varying talents and abilities. Each of the Master Builders are special and unique, but their distinct vision and direction keeps them from working together as an effective team. Emmet does... Continue Reading
When Captain America was sent out, he thought that he and his team were there to rescue hostages. What he didn't know was that Agent Romanov was sent to get data. So when Captain America found himself in a bind and was expecting Romanov to cover him, she was unavailable. Their conflicting missions... Continue Reading
Why doesn't Rachel want to give Jill and her cameraman a ride out to the whales? Is she jealous that Jill may be eying her ex-boyfriend? Maybe she feels as if the journalist's motives are not as pure as those espoused by her own eco-friendly organization. Why would I use a clip from a... Continue Reading
Team sports are probably one of the best allegories for the Church. In order for a team to be successful, they have to act as a single unit. Too much emphasis in one area, or neglect in another, leads to defeat. All players must exert maximum effort to achieve victory. That is why when one of their... Continue Reading
The Avengers - Movie Bible Study
What does it take to "get the red off your ledger"?
The Avengers can stimulate discussions about spiritual gifts and unity, what it means to be ruled by something, and the strategies of evil. The Avengers can also inspire talk about what it takes to "get the red off your ledger," and how we can tell when the real God shows up.
Remember the Titans - FilmTalk Card
Are you willing to suffer for the cause of righteousness?
Remember the Titans can stimulate discussions about how to respond to problems with grace, our need to transform ourselves, and the importance of servant leadership. Remember the Titans can also inspire talk about the connection between hatred and murder, and the need to sometimes suffer for the sake of righteousness.
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