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(Summit Entertainment, 2013)Main Point: Betrayal ruins friendships because it shatters trust. If we truly love someone, friend or family member, we should never betray them in any degree. The Movie Clip:Based on a true story, 12 Years a Slave offered great insight into the issue of slavery by focusing on one man and his quest to be free of...
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(Paramount, 1994)Main Point: Jesus chased us one-by-one with His perfect love. We should chase our friends one-by-one with His love, as well. The Movie Clip:Forrest Gump needs little introduction. The iconic character conceived in the early 90’s – and who was responsible for Elvis’ dance moves, the leak of the Watergate Scandal, and so much more – still dominates...
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(Paramount, 2008)Main Point: Though it might not look like it at times, and we might not understand it at other times, God is in complete control over the entire universe. The Movie Clip:The Curious Case of Benjamin Button was Hollywood’s take on the literary work of the same name by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Brad Pitt (and a few other...
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(20th Century Fox, 2014)Main Point: Jesus wants to change our lives…and then change the world through us. The Movie Clip:Son of God is the latest epic biblical drama recounting the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. It is an adaptation of History Channel’s “The Bible” miniseries and stars Diogo Morgado as Christ. The film covers the birth of Jesus,...
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(Warner Bros., 2013)Main Point: Jesus came to Earth to lay down His life – and take it up again – for those He loves. The Movie Clip:In Man of Steel, Warner Bros. provides the background and storyline of America’s most iconic superhero, Superman. Of course, we see him save Earth from the villainous plans of General Zod and his...
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(Sony, 1995)Main Point: We must be willing to stand up for our beliefs and principles even if we have to pay a price for them. The Movie Clip: Adios ReverendThe Quick and the Dead is not only a phrase associated with Christianity (the “quick” meaning “alive” and “dead” meaning, well, “dead”), it was also a star-studded western film from...
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(Columbia Pictures, 1984)Main Point: We should obey God even when we don’t understand Him because He has always been trustworthy and faithful…and He always will be. The Movie: The Karate Kid (1984) was a great 80s film about a young man from New York named Daniel who relocated to sunny California…but ran into trouble when he got there....
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