“No art form in the world captures moments like this more powerfully than music. Music helps us make sense of the world. A song can elevate a movement.”-Jussie Smollett of Fox’s Empire, in his speech at the MTV VMA’s, 8/30/2015
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This show reveals the most popular songs and most influential artists using a medium through which many of our children are "making sense of the world." In other words, this music and these artists are providing our kids with a moral barometer that influences their daily choices.
When they feel self conscious: Look to Selena Gomez’s new song Good for You
When they are looking for what it means to rise above adversity: Look to A$AP Rocky’s Song M’$
When they are curious how to act on impulses: Look to Demi Lovato’s Cool for the Summer
When they are looking to please the opposite sex on the dance floor: Look to Nicki Minaj’s Trini Dem Girls
When they’re looking for answers about marijuana: look to Miley’s Dooo It
When they’re looking for what to do for fun: look to Fetty Wap’s Trap Queen
Your students need to know there is a God who saw our
desperate situation and took action to rescue us. This resource from our YOUTUBE
DISCUSSION page will teach them this important truth.
What we believe must impact the way we live. This cool
resource from our MOVIE CLIP
DISCUSSIONS page – using a great film – helps your students do this.
The Movie Clip:
I Don’t Believe It
The battle continues to rage between the Rebel Alliance
and the evil Galactic Empire in the next installment from the Star Wars saga.