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"Dear Adult Male Family Member,
Last month, at the invitation of a parent of a former student, I attended a Men's Night at the Thrive Worship Center (a non-denominational church) in Concord. It was the best time of male Christian fellowship I had experienced in recent memory. We had a time of outdoor games, enjoyed manly food (mainly meat, no vegetables, copious quantities of desserts), and then watched the movie "Courageous." I was so moved by the movie that I decided to send a copy of the DVD to each male member of my extended family. I also intend to show it to the men of Gilwood.
Men in America need to step up to the plate and fulfill our obligations as spiritual leaders and role models. I therefore urge you to take time to watch "Courageous" in a quiet, undisturbed setting. Reflect on its message and The Resolution (copy attached) that becomes a central part of the movie. Resolve to examine your life with a view to adopting as your life's verse: "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord." - Joshua 24: 15"
This is an unabashedly Christian movie. Like all of their movies the central premise is we all need the forgiveness and heeling power of Christ Jesus. While the other movies presented life altering crisis this one really brought that home and the impact of that issue on the lead character, his friends, and their families. I know I had tears streaming down my face quite a bit.
At the end the challenge is given to men. Will you be "Courageous" and stand up for your faith, your responsibility as a husband, a father, and a member of a community or will we as a society continue fathering children our of wedlock, not being heavily invested in their lives, and jet be selfish creatures that Satan desires. Which master will you serve?
Great Family Show.