Christmas Movie Favorites

One of the great things about the holiday season is that we adults are home on vacation and we get to spend more time with our kids and our spouse. A big question that gets asked around my house during that special time of the year is , “what do you all want to do tonight?” More often than not, the answer that we all agree on is to watch a Christmas movie together. Below is a list of our personal favorites for the holiday season. These are the movies that everyone in my family can enjoy. Not only is … Continue reading Christmas Movie Favorites

Movies About Thankfullness

This is my list of  great movies that teach thankfulness. Only a few of them include the Thanksgiving holiday, but they all have being thankful as part of they’re core message.  Also, you should know that these are all personal favorites of mine. I’ve watched each of these movies more than once, over the years, with my family. 6. MR HOLLAND’S OPUS – be thankful for your life – This is a wonderful movie about a high school band teacher whose personal life and professional life includes many ups and downs. As he approaches retirement, he’s feeling as if his life has … Continue reading Movies About Thankfullness

Christmas Movies, Good & Bad

Here is my take on the Christmas movies I’ve seen. As usual, I’m coming from the point of view of a  Conservative Christian father of 4 kids. The ultimate goal for me is to find movies that I can watchwith my wife and kids and we all enjoy. The Muppet Christmas Carol – This is my all-time favorite Christmas movie. The muppets in their most heart warming, yet still very funny, movie. Great family entertainment with great lessons that come from the always great Christmas Carol story. The Polar express – Incredible special effects and one of the most magical and imaginative … Continue reading Christmas Movies, Good & Bad

Ridley Scott’s NonBiblical EXODUS

Here we go again. Another great Bible story is being translated into a big-budget Hollywood movie by a Director and a lead actor whose least concern is telling the story accurately. This time it’s the story of Moses as he leads the children of Israel out of Egypt. The Director is Ridley Scott who admits that he’s an atheist, and the star is Christian Bale whose list of starring roles is not exactly a strong resume to play one of the great men of God from the Bible. Exodus: Gods and Kings starts Friday, December 12th. For anyone not concerned about Biblical … Continue reading Ridley Scott’s NonBiblical EXODUS