Fast & Furious presents: Hobbs & Shaw

In this spin off of the Fast & Furious franchise, we see Hobbs and Shaw being forced, in a way, to work together – and if you have watched the last few movies, you will know that these two don’t get along. #SpoilerAlert – they do become unlikely friends.

Did you know that we are pretty much an unlikely friend of God’s? Sin stops each one of us from being in relationship with the Creator – BUT JESUS! Thank God for Jesus right!? Through Him, we are able to be friends and children of God – no longer slaves to sin!

Read John 15:15 (



If you love music, you’ll love this movie. Jack, a struggling singer-songwriter, after an accident, wakes up to a world where the Beatles never existed. He then becomes an overnight star singing some of history’s best songs that no one has ever heard before.

His conscience catches up with him and integrity shines through in the end.

Doing the right thing is tough – it’s not always the popular thing to do.

Read Proverbs 11:3 (

Being the good guy/girl is part of the journey in us becoming more like Jesus.

Will you allow honesty to guide you in the way you live?


Tall Girl

Jodi is super tall for her age, and her peers don’t let her forget it. We watch Jodi’s journey to self-acceptance, standing tall and proud about who she is.

The world speaks a lot about loving ourselves. In Matthew 22:39 (, Jesus puts a spin on this concept. He is basically saying this: in the same way that we worry about ourselves – we are always thinking about our well-being, about what we want and need – we should be loving and concerned about others in this way just as much.

How do you allow Jesus’ love to change you AND those around you at the same time?


Charlotte’s web

Fern, a young girl and Charlotte, a spider, have compassion on Wilbur the pig. They make every effort for his life to be spared. Charlotte has a gift with words and is able to write them in her webs – she uses this to write good words about Wilbur and his life is spared in the end because of it.

The Bible says that “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” (1 Peter 4:10)

How are you using your gift from God to serve others?

Read 1 Peter 4:8-11 (