June 18, 2018
The Pixar sequel offers a souped-up model for equipping women in ministry.
Thanks, Josh, for this dandy review. I have this unreasonable prejudice against animated movies, but have been knowingly blessed only by *UP*, largely succeeding to avoid Pixar products unless obligated as a grandfather to chaperone grandchildren. Then I read your review. Very nice, challenging inferences for churches and anti-WICO (some of whom are still my friends.) I might have to reconsider my animus . . ., alas. Thank you, again.
Thanks Jim. If you were blessed by Up, I'd suggest you try Ratatouille or the first Incredibles next. When it comes to animation, Pixar is at the top.
And Brad Bird is at the top top, based on your listing. Ha! Good call.
I identify with this, my marriage is topsy-turvy. We are both disabled, but as far as functioning I am the higher functioning. I am the one more capable. Which makes it upside down when it comes to the Bible. Makes it hard to know how to obey Jesus in my marriage. It is hard for me to think about how dangerous it could be if decision making was left to my husband having the last word? See our disabilities are that we are both brains injured. His is more severe. So, because of this, it has caused much pain and separation in our family and marriage. But learning how to function in our marriage is very challenging.
Thank you for joining our discussion, Katie, and for sharing your story. You might find some encouragement at a partner program of ours, Family Fire: https://familyfire.reframemedia.com/ And we also have a prayer ministry to offer support for those we meet online. If there is a way we can pray for you, please share your concerns here: https://reframemedia.com/prayer Thanks again for being part of the TC community!
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