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Bread, Games, & Hoplessness: Talking to Our Kids about The Hunger Games

Young people are flocking to theaters to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. So we probably should be prepared to talk to our kids.

<i>The Hunger Games: Catching Fire</i> Video Movie Review
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Video Movie Review

The exciting sequel to the controversial Hunger Games is out on DVD March 7. Crosswalk's movie guys break down the important details. With a new director and more at stake, will this film surpass the success of the first installment? Read Christa Banister's full-text review for here.

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  • November 27, 2013 |
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Catching Fire Trumps its Predecessor in Every Possible Way

Under a new director, deeper themes lurk beneath the disturbing surface story of this sequel to offer a surprisingly relevant takeaway.

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  • November 27, 2013 |
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The Odds Are in The Hunger Games’ Favor

Author Suzanne Collins and her legion of fans should be ecstatic with how this adaptation turned out.

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  • November 27, 2013 |
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When The Odds Are Not in Your Favor

Imagine you were trapped in a life or death situation. No one is coming to your rescue, and your only hope of survival is at the expense of strangers. As a Christian, what would you do?

The Hunger Games A Feast for Readers

It's likely by now that the majority of people have already read Suzanne Collins The Hunger Games trilogy and are eagerly awaiting the release of the upcoming movie.

The Hunger Games

Reality TV goes murderous in The Hunger Games, the young adult novel that has become a global bestseller since it was published in 2008. The book has inspired two sequels (Catching Fire and Mockingjay) and a movie that will hit theaters next March.

What Do You Think About The Hunger Games?

The family and I are on spring break this week, but I’m curious for your feedback surrounding Suzanne Collins' bestseller-turned-Hollywood-thriller The Hunger Games.

Why Hunger Games is Flawed to Its Core

Suzanne Collins can really write. It’s just that we can’t really read.

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  • November 23, 2013 |
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The Hunger Games and the Gospel: Bread, Circuses and the Kingdom of God

What is it about The Hunger Games that leave us hungry for more of them?

Here Comes "The Hunger Games"

Anticipation abounds...but Common Sense Medias says "The Hunger Games" is too violent for some preteens.

Hunger Games Bible Study No. 1: The Reaping

Cultural offering The Hunger Games has many applicable lessons for our lives, such as sacrifice, as this study teaches.

Hunger Games Bible Study No. 2: True Friendship

What is friendship? What makes it valuable? Why do our friends matter to us, and what makes our relationships so meaningful?

Hunger Games Bible Study No. 3: Haymitch=Holy Spirit?

The Hunger Games portray many spiritual lessons, such as how the Holy Spirit provides guidance, direction and the resources we need at the time we need them.

Feel the Thrill of the Capture (a.k.a. the Fake Hunger Games)

When I heard the CW was producing a reality show based on Suzanne Collins' bestselling novel The Hunger Games, I couldn't help but roll my eyes.

Katniss and Christ: Meeting the Hunger in Middle School Girls

There are many themes and images in The Hunger Games that contain godly principles. This article seeks to bring out some of those themes and images with an eye to use them in youth ministry, specifically in reaching the demographic of middle school girls.

The Hunger and Thirst Games

Are you kids hungry for The Hunger Games? Here's a 4-week activity/lesson/devo you can use with your students to re-direct their hunger for spiritual things.

Still Hungry

Am I the only one with no appetite for "The Hunger Games"?

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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