Movie and discussion night: “To Save a Life”
- Sunday, September 14
- 3:00 – 5:30 p.m.
- Ridge Student Center, BA Campus
- For Middle School & High School students AND their parents
- Free popcorn!
ABOUT TO SAVE A LIFE
Can a movie change the world? No, but it can move the people who will. To Save A Life is more than a movie. It’s the difference you can make when you use your influence and time for others—whether in your family, neighborhood, campus, community or world. Some people are just dying to be heard and accepted. Don’t let ‘em have to. Be the person who takes the time to show people they have value. Listen. Reach out. Engage. Imagine if we took the time to show other people we care. To Save A Life dares—no, inspires—you to.
AFTER THE MOVIE
After the movie is over we will split up into small groups and go over some discussion questions about the movie and about your students’ lives.
This is a rated PG-13 movie due to a very few uses of profanity and an implied sex scene. Please check this website out to view the detailed rating certification… http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1270286/parentalguide?ref_=tt_stry_pg#certification.
The goal of this event is for us to help students understand and seek out the people in their school who are lonely and hurting. This is what Jesus teaches us to do and this is a reminder and an example of how we can reach out to those around us who need our help. We are putting this on at the beginning of school for a specific reason. Hopefully we can stir something in the minds of our students that sticks with them the whole year. It is also always great when the parents of our students continue to talk about this topic all year so that it does not dull in the students’ minds.
If you have questions, or for more information, please contact Jacob Long, Student Intern.