Confessing our sins to one another can be a way to live an authentic Christian faith, both in the presence of God and before others. In this lesson targeting High School youth, the leader will show a clip from the film, Blue Like Jazz, and then lead a discussion concerning sin, confession, and forgiveness. Several discussion questions and group activities are included.
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Union Presbyterian Seminary alumna Kelly Hames suggests that this movie “could be used to illustrate and explore the idea of selfdignity
and how that could impact not just individual self-esteem but
a culture or community as well.”
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Hope and faith are two clearly identified themes in Henry Poole is Here. Union Presbyterian Seminary student offers his review of this film, as well as lines in the script that offer fodder for theological discussion.
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Union Presbyterian Seminary student Noe Juarez offers suggestions for theological conversation with this perennial family favorite.
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