Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Come What May

School In Our Home first pointed me to this movie made by forty homeschool students. You can watch the movie free now through October 31st and I think it is very worth the investment of time to watch.

This movie did not convict me to change my mind on my beliefs about life. I am 100% pro-life. However, it did reinforce my belief and remind me how important it is to do what is right regardless of what happens next.

I hope we can add this movie to our family collection one day because I know that it will be a wonderful resource in training our children in the ways of the Lord and helping them to think through their convictions.

If you get a chance to watch it, please let me know what you think.


Anonymous said...

I already watched the movie on Monday...I highly recommend it too...very, very good!!

Elise said...

I am with you on the pro-life part. I will have to check out this movie.

mom said...

I haven't heard of this movie, but definitely want to see it. Thanks for spreading the word! Love you, Mom

Anonymous said...

Hi Monica,

Thanks for the recommendation. I had not heard of this movie. I, too, am 100% pro-life.



I loved it! I was highly impressed, and would recommend it to all.

K said...

Hi Monica!
I come to you through link by link by link... :-)
I put a link to Come What May on my blog this week, too. We have good friends that were active in the production, and one that even snuck in an on-screen-role, as a secretary in a law office.
It's fun to see it linked somewhere else.
Blessings to you and your family!

Melissa said...

I have never heard of this movie but I can't wait to watch it! Thanks for posting this.

Christy said...

I already watched this and it was really good. I am already pro-life but enjoyed seeing how to explain that belief a little better.


Anonymous said...

I take a peak at your blog about once a month, and I really enjoy it. God is so good! Our 16 year old daughter has been praying about going to Patrick Henry College for awhile now, and it's so cool that the setting is PHC! Thanks so much for sharing this, I can't wait to watch the movie with my husband and kids.

Shannon said...

I started watching this but only seem to be able to watch the first segment. When it's over I click on Segment 2 but it doesn't take me there. Help! What am I doing wrong?

Anonymous said...

A most excellent movie. I watched it last night, and then had my 15 year old daughter watch it today (as part of her schoolwork). We both really enjoyed it, and would recommend it to everyone!
Kathy F.

Nancy @ Homemade Blessings said...

This sounds like an excellent movie! I look forward to watching it and thank you for letting us know about it.

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Heather Overby said...

My husband and I just watched the movie and we were very pleased with the way they approached the issue. It is important to be bilingual and be able to convey the truth in ways that others (those who don't accept the Bible as truth) can hear and relate with. In this case using the legal courts. Thank you for posting the link and sharing that with us.
I enjoy your blog so much and thought it was time that I actually post a comment.