This Month Praise and Worship Movie

Movies for Your Learning

Did you enjoy last month’s movie on how the Church changed from its Original Form? Some call it paganization of Christianity or a pagan attack, almost deceptively. The question asked is whether Christians were converting the pagans, or the pagans were converting the Christians. Many of these changes even negated the original Christian concept, and in turn lead to a flood of pagan practices, rituals, and man-made laws into the Christian church. If so, how did this happen? What were the changes which occurred? Prominent among this pagan cultures which affected Christianity was the Roman culture and its religion, when the church became the official religion of the Roman Empire. When we study the Church history, we find that these changes started to come into the Church when Emperor Constantine became a Christian. This video is very interesting, showing these happenings in the Christian church history.

This Month Movie is….

A Song From The Heart


The Description: Maryann Lowery (Six-time Grammy® Award Winner Amy Grant), a beautiful, blind cellist and music teacher at the Milford Conservatory of Music, enjoys her quiet, comfortable life with her friend and widowed neighbor, Oliver (Academy Award® Winner Keith Carradine). When world-famous musician Gregory Pavan (D.W. Moffet, TV’s Friday Night Lights) visits the Conservatory to record an upcoming album, he sees undiscovered talent in Maryann, promises fame and convinces her to undergo a risky eye operation. As the two fall for each other, it will take a life-changing moment for Maryann to realize that sometimes, true love is waiting right before our eyes, waiting to be discovered.


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Enjoy this love story!

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Published by Sister Shelena

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