Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Movie and Puddin' Night

We are having a movie and pudding night at my home group this week. I am very excited because we are going to watch one of my favorite movies  Facing the Giants. I was sharing last week with the other group members about how much this movie touches me each time I watch it and they all got excited and said they wanted to watch it too. We try to do different things together as a group, the last time we had a braai since the weather was all nice and sunny. This is my first movie and pudding night, am used to movie and popcorn nights hence I am looking forward to it. I also hope that everyone will enjoy the movie and will be encouraged and strengthened to face and defeat whatever giants are looming in their lives. One thing I know for sure is that no problem or situation is bigger than our God. For us His children the end result of anything we are going through is obvious, we are definite victors and we do not need to even doubt that because the victory has already been won for us - its sealed and stamped.

I love and enjoy my home group. Because I have been moving around a lot the last few years I have never had the opportunity to experience the joys of being part of a home group. Praying for each other, being there for one another and sharing the Word has been part of what I have been appreciating. These guys have helped me through difficult times and I just hope that they know that I will be there for any of them when they need me.


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So coach Taylor, Brooke, Brock and David it will be lovely to see God revealing His Glory through you again. (I have now lost count of how many times I have watched Facing the Giants). I hope this time I won't get emotional and cry because there are some parts that always get me - yes they always get me. 
Talking about Christian movies do you know of any interesting christian movies out there. It would be great if you could share titles or even summaries - I would love that.

4 comments:

  1. I hope your 1st movie and pudding night is a success!

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  2. oh my! I miss my cell group (same as home group right?) back in Singapore and Wellington, NZ too.
    That movie is awesome. Watched it like 3 times now and there's no time it didnt get me to shed tears. Awesome!
    Have fun Shona :)

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  3. Yes, home group is the same cell group.
    The movie and pudding night went well everyone loved the movie - I can't help but smile.

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  4. The bond and strength shared in a community of Believers is something to shout about. Amen! No one should underestimate the benefits of Christian fellowship -- exhorting and praying for one another.

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