Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie won a golden ticket to explore the chocolate factory. Out of all the kids who were part of this, Charlie was the most grateful, and consistently chose to do the right thing – regardless of the circumstances!

This movie shows how integrity, obedience, honesty and gratitude really are great qualities to have. It’s not always easy to do the right thing, but it pays off.

The Bible also speaks of integrity and honesty:
Psalm 41:11-12 (
“You will take good care of me because I’ve been honest. You will let me be with you forever”.

Never stop working at having integrity.


Emoji Movie

Jean always felt like an outcast, and wanted to go the extra mile to change himself to fit into his surroundings. But later, he found that his type of “different” was actually quite cool, and that with his special gifts and talents, he had a vital part to play.

Romans 12:6-8 ( speaks of us actually making use of the gifts we’ve been given according to the grace given to us.

Don’t be afraid to make use of and to showcase the gifts that God has given you through grace, e.g. dancing, singing, poetry etc. These can be used to glorify the Father!


Inside Out

Psalm34:17-18 (
“The righteous cry out, and the lord hears them, He delivers them from all their troubles. The lord is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit”.

The movie “Inside Out” consists of many different emotions that helps the human react to certain situations e.g. joy, disgust, fear, anger etc. Sadness is not really wanted around, but they discover that in the end, sometimes it’s okay to be sad!

Even in our sad moments, we have hope. Our Saviour is close to us and is so ready to help in healing and comforting us. Allow Him to.


Detective Pikachu

In Detective Pikachu, Tim is looking for his father. He leaves no stone unturned, and (spoilers) coincidently helps save the whole city from a plot which would stop the peaceful coexistence of Pokemon and humans. Eventually, he finds his father, and it’s a happy ending.

Luke 15:8-10 talks about a woman who looks for a lost coin: she does everything to find it and then rejoices when she does. In the same way, God looks for people who are lost and celebrates when they follow Him.

Pray for people you know that don’t have a relationship with Jesus, that they would come to know Him.