In the midst of uncertainty and dark times, where do we look for wisdom to heal our churches that have suffered so, continue to intentionally love people, and improve our own relationship with God?
Aaron Winner is a gifted worship leader and the kind of teacher every kid wishes they had. He lives in Williamston, South Carolina with his lovely wife, Jennifer, and their twin toddlers. Besides being ‘dada’, teaching eighth grade science and social studies, and leading worship at his church… in his spare time, he blogs. I’m so pleased to have him sharing with us here today.
Frozen 2. IMHO — The lesser of the two Frozens.
I know. I’ve lost some of your already because – A. You think Frozen 2 is better than the original or – B. You despise or cringe at the Frozen genre all together, much less reading a post that begins this way.
While I could easily fill a blog with an argument of why Frozen is some of the best storytelling of all time, or list bullet points of why Frozen 2 is the lesser of the two, you must know that Frozen 1 & 2 are both staples in our household. We probably watch a little bit (and full disclosure, some days, a lotta bit) of Frozen several times a week because it settles toddler rage, let’s us catch our breath, and gives us snuggle time. With my watch count probably somewhere in the mid 20s, I feel l know both movies pretty intimately. The lines and lyrics invade my subconscious all the livelong day and cause me to chuckle, to feel a bit annoyed, or to contemplate their presence in my mind, as they do today, inspiring these words.
In my most recent viewings, there is one scene still catching my attention after the constant repeat of airplays.