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Like the first LEGO movie, Ninjago returns to theme of fathers and sons. In the first movie, the son portrays his father as evil because they don’t know how to see eye to eye, but they are both good people … Continue reading
See this pie chart? It represents all the love ihe world. – Boss Baby I once heard someone explain the poverty mentality with a pie chart. They said that a poverty mindset says that if there is a pie chart … Continue reading
There’s a kid who grew up in the shadows of a wonderful and important father figure who did great things in the world. The father grooms his son (or daughter) with pride so that he someday might be able to … Continue reading
A Monster Calls is a story about suffering, grief and loss. It doesn’t just deal with grief and loss, however, it deals with shame— the shame young Connor was feeling over his conflicted feelings about his mom’s struggle with cancer. … Continue reading
Check out 12 GREAT lessons and things to talk about from Storks, here!
In September theaters will release the movie version of Ransom Riggs’ book, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. I thought I’d give a little head’s up on the story line and a few ways to think about the book/trilogy for … Continue reading
Watch a discussion about the theological themes in X-Men Apocalypse between Craig Smith and myself, here!