Monthly Archives: August 2019

movie night: discussing difficult questions together

Cathy’s thoughtful reflections on war from a Christian perspective unpack the key themes and resources are really helpful. Thanks Cathy! Can I come an be a cousin to join in your film nights?

clearly nurturing

SV400002 summer fun – many years ago

In the middle of the busy-ness of holiday club at church, which we were all part of (proud mummy week!) we made time to sit and watch a film together that A had seen and wanted to share with us. Now this was not, obviously, one to share with T so late one evening the rest of us sat down to watch Hacksaw Ridge (rated 15). If you are looking for a feel good, easy on the eye movie this is NOT it. It is hard to watch, gritty and violent. It is based on a true story of a conscientious objector who was awarded the US medal of honour in America during WWII, showing his decisions and people’s reactions to him. It is a film of inner struggle, the way we are shaped by our circumstances, of principles being lived in the extreme…

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