Posts Tagged ‘God’

Clips and Lessons – ‘Sister Act’ and Resurrection

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The movie clip in this lesson for youth groups is about resurrection, from the 1992 comedy classic, Sister Act. The sisters bring back their neighborhood from the dead and resurrect it into something new. God practices resurrection all the time and invites us to do the same thing in our lives. Theological discussion questions are included.

 

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Faith Review – Courageous (2011)

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When a tragedy strikes close to home, four police officers struggle with their faith and their roles as husbands and fathers; together they make a decision that will change all of their lives. We have two reviews, one by Jonathan Davis and another by Inger Manchester.

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Clips and Lessons – “Faith” and Blue Like Jazz

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It is difficult to understand God’s activity in our world, especially during the growth pains of high school and college. For those with a faltering faith, we can be an encouragement by the passion of our love for God. In this lesson aimed at high school youth, the leader will present a clip from Blue Like Jazz (2012) and follow with a discussion on faith and a look at scripture. Discussion questions and a group activity are included.

 

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Clips and Lessons – Sister Act and Worship

Sister Act and Worship

 

What is worship? How do we come together as a community and sing our praises to God? What is the goal of worship? Explore these questions and themes through a clip from the film, Sister Act. Numerous discussion questions and activities are included in this lesson plan targeting high school youth.

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Clips and Lessons – Monsters, Inc. and Apocalypse

Monsters Inc. (2001)

 

The “end of the world as we know it” is a popular topic for speculation, fraught with various “apocalyptic” scenarios. But, “apocalypse” means “unveiling” — the unveiling of God’s kingdom, where love and peace will abound. In this lesson for middle/high school youth, the teacher will guide the students in a discussion of Revelation 21:1-5, using a clip from Monsters, Inc.

 

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