1. FilmTalk Bible Study - Based on the Movie


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    What is the true meaning of love?
    Frozen can stimulate discussions about the importance of love, the perils of hasty decisions, and the purpose of giftedness. Frozen can also inspire talk about the test of real love, and the ability of love to vanquish fear.
    Film Synopsis: Princess Elsa, daughter of the king and queen of Arendelle, possesses an incredible power -- the ability to control ice and snow. But after a near-tragic accident in her youth, Elsa is sworn to hide her power from others, including her sister, Anna. As a result, Elsa grows up isolated and afraid of what she may become. Meanwhile, Anna, robbed of her sister's attentions and forbidden to interact with the outside world, desperately desires love and companionship.

    On Elsa's coronation day, a surprise from Anna causes Elsa's emotions to burn, unleashing her power in public for the first time. Her subjects brand Elsa a monster, and she puts herself into exile. But what she does not know is that the exercise of her power has placed all of Arendelle into a perpetual winter. If Elsa cannot be persuaded to come down and reverse the damage, the entire kingdom will perish.

    Anna volunteers to leave the castle, and her fiance, Hans, to confront Elsa and bring her home. Aided by Kristoff, a young, brave ice merchant, Anna must overcome the elements as well as her own fears to attempt to persuade her sister to return and restore the kingdom.

    With both Princess Anna and Queen Elsa out of Arendelle, a usurper arises, threatening to overthrow the kingdom. Only an act of tremendous self-sacrifice can stop the takeover and restore the land.
    Genre: Animated
    Rating: PG
    Content Advisory: Frozen contains some action violence and occasional rude humor. It has earned a PG rating from 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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