Jakob, a mild-mannered Jew in a Polish ghetto hides a girl escaped from a train & makes up stories about Allied victories, bringing hope to fellow prisoners.
As stated in the April 2014 issue of Visual Parables, the film titles below are linked to my review of the film posted on Visual Parables’ website. Click onto the title to see the review. The Boy in Striped Pajamas The Counterfeiters (2007) Defiance Divided We Fall (2000) The Grey Zone The Hiding Place Jacob …
During WW 2 the Japanese torture Eric Lomax for building a radio during construction of a railway. Troubled, he meets his torturer years later & reconciles.
This TV film focuses on the heroic 2 years that Black Abolitionist Charlotte Forten spent teaching ex-slaves at Port Royal during the Civil War.
Grieving over the murder of his mentor, the dead P.I.’s assistant ,afflicted by Tourette syndrome searches for the killers, eventually confronting the most powerful man in New York City.
Peter Parker is torn between Nick Fury calling him to fight & his desire to take part in hisclass trip to Europe when Mysterio offers to take his place.
With Easter falling on April Fools Day I thought this article, reprinted from the April 2007 issue of Presbyterians Today, with a couple of resources updated and the note about Parable added, might be of interest. EXIT LAUGHING WHY THE LONG FACES IN CHURCH? JESUS IS ALIVE! THE GOSPEL IS NOT A TRAGEDY. When Thou …
A group of kids called The Losers pledge to find and kill It, which is an evil clown named Pennywise who returns to the town every 27 years to kill children.
Alex Haley traces roots of his African heritage back to the days of slavery & then to Kunta Kinte, captured in Africa, sold into slavery in the Colonies, but never giving up his dream of freedom.
Here are some ideas for approaching your Easter celebration or preaching from a little different angle. The article below appeared originally the April 1997 issue of Presbyterians Today. EXIT LAUGHING Why the long faces in Church? Jesus is alive! The Gospel is not a tragedy. By Edward McNulty When Thou Shalt Laugh, a DVD featuring …