At the Movies

         Are you a movie-goer or movie-lover? If not, what forms of entertainment do you prefer?

         If you are a movie-goer or movie-lover, answer the following questions and trade ideas on movies.   (If you prefer alternate types of entertainment, answer the same questions for your preferred form of entertainment.)

         What movies have you most enjoyed?  Why?

         - Describe the plot of one movie you enjoyed that your partners have not seen.

         What movies have you least enjoyed?  Why?

         What movies have inspired you?  Why?

         What categories of movies do you like best?

         - (comedy, drama, horror, romance, musicals, cartoons etc.)

         Give examples.

         Do you have favorite actors or actresses?  Who and why do you like them?  Who are some of the most popular actors and actresses in your native country?

                  What book or story would you like to see made into a movie or play?  Why?

         - Who would you cast as the main or key characters?

 

         What would the story of your life be like, if made into a movie?  What parts would you pick out to be featured in the movie?

 

 

 

 

The Bible is full of  good stories.  Some are historical stories, from the lives of the Jewish people.  Others are fiction stories that have lessons.  Here is a fiction story that has a lesson in it.  What are some possible meanings of the story?

 

A farmer went out to plant his seed.  He scattered the seed on the ground.  Some fell on a path.  People walked on it, and the birds of the air ate it up.  Some seed fell on rocky places.  When it grew, the plants dried up because they had no water.  Other seed fell among thorns.  The thorns grew up with it and crowded out the plants.  Still other seed fell on good soil.  It grew up and produced a crop 100 times more than the farmer planted.    Luke 8:5-8