It is difficult to see God’s grace at work during times of change and turmoil in our personal lives. In this independent film, Grace Card, you will discover how a police office, who is also a struggling pastor, is used by God to bring grace to his discouraged and weary partner. In addition to themes of grace and forgiveness, race relations are also explored. Included in this film review by Donna Fair are several questions for group discussion.
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The Visitor (2007)
How are we to treat our neighbors? What does it mean to be community? What does it mean to belong? These are all questions that The Visitor can help groups consider. Check out the review by clicking on the image!
Potential theological conversations with The Princess and the Frog can occur around the themes of temptation and the nature of evil. The writer suggests that the film could also be used in a series of classes on the Lord’s Prayer when the group reaches “and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.”