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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We are called to abandon our “futile thinking” and “darkened understanding,” given over to indulgence and without sensitivity (Eph 4:17-19). We are called to a new life, “like God in true righteousness and holiness” (4:24). What factors might help us awaken to the new life that God has given us in Jesus Christ? Explore this theme by observing a clip from Despicable Me where Gru recognizes his selfish ways and moves outside of himself. Included in this lesson are discussion questions, aimed primarily for high school students.
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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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Union Presbyterian Seminary alumna Kelly Hames offers suggestions for using the three Lord of the Rings movies (Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King) in a discussion forum.
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Seven Pounds (2008)
Two Union Presbyterian Seminary students, Katherine Lamb and Jeff Smith, have provided reviews of this 2008 Will Smith film.
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