Ethlical (ethical combined with evangelical, or "EE") movies are produced from stories that will help viewers know of God's amazing grace. They can be viewed as faith friendly entertainment or studied for their spiritual messages. The Storylines embedded in Good Friday are subtle and need attention to be digested. Our hope is to illume tragic loss. The Post Traumatic Stress placed on society, and the eternal hope found in Jesus. Click on a Storyline to enjoy your personalized spiritual journey.
The ethlical principle of honesty is revealed by a critical analysis of each characters actual behavior.
Addicts admit that they have lost the ability to control their addiction. Codependents admit that they have lost the ability to control others. These confessions are difficult, but essential, if a person trapped in a disordered behavior is to recover. The disorder underlying a behavior may be caused by an untreated emotional trauma. The emotionally wounded need honesty, communicated in love, inspired by His spirit in order to be helped. Click on any image to explore its embodied spiritual principle.
The ethlical principle of hope is revealed in the way our story unfolds.
The afternoon that my daughter lost her battle to cancer, I lost my hope that God would grant us a miracle and heal her body. I share this experience as a father who lost all hope; and found it again in the preaching of Jesus. Here is the message I gave to our church, of what happened the Easter Sunday afternoon before she died. God does hear us, even when it may appear that He does not. Romans 10:18. Click on any image to explore its embodied spiritual principle.
Storylines are ethlical (ethics and evangelical) principles that are woven through the film.
Click on the first image to learn about loss. See how tragedy lures Lucas away from life's true values.
Ignoring his son, abandoning his faith, and losing his purpose. Left acting out in cynicism and despair.