1. The Avengers

    The Avengers can stimulate discussions about spiritual gifts and unity, what it means to be ruled by something, and the strategies of evil. The Avengers can also inspire talk about what it takes to "get the red off your ledger," and how we can tell when the real God shows up.">

    The Avengers can stimulate discussions about spiritual gifts and unity, what it means to be ruled by something, and the strategies of evil. The Avengers can also inspire talk about what it takes to "get the red off your ledger," and how we can tell when the real God shows up.">

    The Avengers can stimulate discussions about spiritual gifts and unity, what it means to be ruled by something, and the strategies of evil. The Avengers can also inspire talk about what it takes to "get the red off your ledger," and how we can tell when the real God shows up.">

    The Avengers can stimulate discussions about spiritual gifts and unity, what it means to be ruled by something, and the strategies of evil. The Avengers can also inspire talk about what it takes to "get the red off your ledger," and how we can tell when the real God shows up.">

    The Avengers can stimulate discussions about spiritual gifts and unity, what it means to be ruled by something, and the strategies of evil. The Avengers can also inspire talk about what it takes to "get the red off your ledger," and how we can tell when the real God shows up.">

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    The Avengers

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    What does it take to "get the red off your ledger"?
    The Avengers can stimulate discussions about spiritual gifts and unity, what it means to be ruled by something, and the strategies of evil. The Avengers can also inspire talk about what it takes to "get the red off your ledger," and how we can tell when the real God shows up.
    Film Synopsis: The demi-god Loki, banished from Asgard, has vowed revenge by joining with an alien army to steal the Tesseract -- an unlimited source of power -- and subjugate Earth under his tyrannical rule. The only hope of humanity lies in The Avengers: Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, The Hulk, Hawkeye, and Black Widow -- solitary superheroes who must learn to act as a team, or the world is doomed.
    Genre: Action/Adventure
    Rating: PG-13
    Content Advisory: The Avengers contains lots of battle violence and some profanity. The film has been rated PG-13 by the MPAA.
    A FilmTalk Movie Bible Study examines five different spiritual, moral, or ethical issues from the movie. Each section of the Bible Study opens by posing questions about characters, scenes, or themes from the film. Next, students encounter relevant Bible passages, with each section ending with discussions about how God’s Word explains those issues and guides our thoughts and behavior.

    This FilmTalk Movie Bible Study comes complete with:
    Leader's Guide with preparation notes
    Student Study with plenty of room to write
    Leader's Prep page that has general study tips, a content advisory for the film, and a detailed synopsis of the film


    Warning – The Leader’s Prep Guide does include spoilers, so reference it after the film if you haven’t already seen it. Movie Bible Study recommends Study Leaders preview the film before selecting for study to make sure the material is age-appropriate for your group.

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