So next year (not until November) I’m teaching a Sunday School class. It will be a movie. And that’s all I know.
In the past, we’ve done some movies (I remember doing Crash, and I honestly don’t remember exactly what other movies we’ve done — which, in a way, is sad because *I* have done a movie lesson and I don’t recall which movie it was — I guess I ain’t that memorable). Anyway — later in the year we’re going to be doing Horton Hears A Who (I’m not doing that one — it does sound kind lame but when you think about it you can use the deeper message about believing even what you can’t see and — let’s remember “a person’s a person no matter how small”
Someone mentioned Narnia — but I’m thinking I might like something with a little more “meat” (two “kid’s movies” seem too much.)
So I’m wondering if anyone has any ideas. I’m thinking about both Freedom Writers and The Great Debators but I”m not tied to either of those flicks.
[Personally I was pushing for Jan. 18 and having a Cary Grant flick because that’s his birthday. I can’t, off hand, think of any Cary Grant movies that can relate to a Sunday School class — But I could make a DANG GOOD try to find one].
Okay — here’s some “tongue in cheek” ideas for Cary Grant meets my Sunday School class.
An Affair to Remember (the 5th commandment)
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (Matthew 7:24)
Only Angels have Wings
hmnmmm maybe The Bishop’s Wife.
Any other ideas? (Cary Grant or otherwise)