*This post contains affiliate links.* My husband is something of a Christian movie buff. He watches anything he finds, not just on Netflix but frequently buying the DVDs (sometimes before watching them!,) and my introverted husband even wants to watch them in the theater when they come out if he can make it. And sure, some of them are better made than others, but he knows that if we support the Christian film industry and small production companies in their infancy, they will grow to bigger and better things. You can see this at work with the Kendrick brothers, and the significant improvement
*Post contains Amazon affiliate links.* We have some superhero fans in this house. We are all pretty fond of Iron Man, and Thor is pretty cool, too. Well, so is Captain America. And Hulk. Okay, it’s hard to choose! Yesterday we realized that our Netflix DVD queue was looking pretty sad–and we haven’t been staying on top of sending our movie back in and getting the next one for quite some time. (No wonder, if there’s nothing we are looking forward to getting!) After thinking for a minute, my son and I had the idea to watch all the Marvel hero
Continuing with my “12 Days of Easter” series, watching a movie together is always something that my kids enjoy doing together. Especially if we go as far as popping the popcorn and turning out the lights. Even better if it’s on a Friday night and we let them camp out in the living room floor with sleeping bags and pillows, staying up late and falling asleep whenever they want. So today’s 12 Days of Easter activity is to watch and Easter movie together. We don’t really have a lot of movies for Easter, though. Most Easter movies are very much
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