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At The Movies 2018

Using modern-day parables (movies) to teach biblical truths.

The Breakfast Club: Dealing with Difficult People

At The Movies - Part 5 • July 1, 2018 • Mark Rouse

We all have difficult people in our lives, and if we're honest with ourselves, we wish they weren't. But behind every difficult person is a broken person. And if we allow God to develop the heart of Jesus within us, we'll see them as He does - in need of grace, love, and kindness.

Chariots of Fire: Running with Purpose

At The Movies - Part 4 • June 24, 2018 • Ray Hammond

There is great power in purpose. It can overcome distractions, pain and compromise. But many of us go through life unsure of our purpose. This is because we usually focus on the 'what': what job I should take, what school I should attend, what person I should marry or date. But God's more concerned about the 'who' - who we are becoming and for whom we're living. Discover the power of living the purpose God has for you.

Back to the Future: Something's Gotta Change

At The Movies - Part 3 • June 17, 2018 • Mark Rouse

Ever noticed how some things just seem to get a grip on your life and won't let go? Bitterness, anger, addiction, gossip, debt - it can be just about anything. If these strongholds aren't removed, they become a part of our identity and we feel increasingly hopeless. But Jesus can change us - not just make us better, but actually change us! Discover how God can give us the divine power to demolish strongholds.

Top Gun: Selfish Versus Submitted

At The Movies - Part 2 • June 10, 2018 • Brain Zdrojowy

Most would agree that people can be pretty selfish. If we're honest with ourselves, so can we. Being selfish is easy, and it feels good - for a little while anyway. But God calls us to something bigger than ourselves: submission. And when we overcome selfishness by submitting to him, we can become all God created us to be.

The Goonies: Four Friends Everyone Needs

At The Movies - Part 1 • June 3, 2018 • Mark Rouse

The power of friendship cannot be understated. Our friends influence our character. They impact our future. They will either improve or impair the quality of life. So what do quality friends look like? And how can we be the kind of friend that adds value to others? Discover the four types of friends we all need.