Tag Archives: Stacey Tuttle

Ant-Man and The Wasp – Movie Discussion

I’ve heard it said that if you want to reach your dreams, help others reach theirs. Similarly, Jesus that whoever wanted to save their life would lose it, but whoever would lose it for His sake, would find it (Matthew … Continue reading

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Avengers: Infinity War – Movie Discussion

**Spoiler Alert** In the Avengers: Infinity War, the universe is being threatened by a great evil, Thanos. Thanos argues that he is trying to save the universe—that overpopulation threatens to consume all the resources and therefore the only way to … Continue reading

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Life of the Party – Movie Discussion

When Deanna’s husband leaves her, she goes back to college to finish her degree…alongside her daughter, Maddie. Here are some of the positives and negatives of the movie, and questions for discussion. Maturity is more than the number of your … Continue reading

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Movie Discussions…

So, we’ve been having some technical difficulties at the Shepherd Project website, but it’s up and running again, and I have finally been able to post some movie discussions and quotes.  SO….here are the links! Midnight Sun  Review Quotes Pacific … Continue reading

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I Can Only Imagine – Movie Discussion

***SpoilerAlert*** I Can Only Imagine begins with someone interviewing Bart Millard, lead singer for MercyMe who wrote the song, I Can Only Imagine. She asks, “Who could write this? What did they have to go through to give this gift … Continue reading

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Black Panther – Movie Discussion

***Spoiler Alert*** The Black Panther enters boldly into the discussion about privilege, and our stewardship of it. How does it feel to suffer and/or to watch people suffer, knowing others had the resources to stop that suffering? And what about … Continue reading

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Peter Rabbit – Movie Discussion

It’s your classic Beatrix Potter with a bit lot of Home Alone thrown in, and The War[1] (but for a much younger audience). I was skeptical because of that. The previews looked like a lot of animosity and fighting and … Continue reading

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The Man Who Invented Christmas – Movie Discussion

The Man Who Invented Christmas is the charmingly told backstory of Charles Dickens and how he came to write A Christmas Carol. Thematically, as you would expect, it overlaps greatly with A Christmas Carol—forgiveness, caring for the poor/generosity, forgiveness, love, … Continue reading

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Coco – Movie Discussion

Curses and blessings—Coco centers around curses and blessings as much as it centers around family and aspirations (specifically aspirations for a musical career). Given that, it’s not hard to see how the movie can provide some rich opportunity for good … Continue reading

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Murder on the Orient Express – Movie Discussion

**Spoiler Alert** While the movie is, on the surface, a murder mystery, at a deeper level it’s really about the growth (or perhaps “changing perspective” is more on point) of the main character, Hercule Poirot. He is a man of … Continue reading

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