Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice

Of course it is just when I am about to get to work that I stumble upon the new teaser trailer for Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Since early childhood I have loved everything science-fiction (thanks Mum!) and it has never left me as I grew. I attend science-fiction fan conventions, I get excited to meet the cast in person, and I hope to one day be creating the science-fiction shows people love.

Comic books weren’t something I really got into. My brother was a MASSIVE fan of Batman, so it was always around, but I never got bit by it.

That might have to change.

The concept of this movie fascinates me. You have two heroes that are supposed to be fighting evil, instead fighting each other. Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill look amazing, and I’m not sure which one is to be feared. Superman is such a strong presence in this trailer, with Batman looking inferior and, dare I say, meek.

Have a look at the clip below and tell me what you think.

And here is an earlier, longer trailer:

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Questions from little ones

Scripture day today with the little 6/7 year olds.

It is amazing to see their faces light up when the lesson comes around, and they run up to us excitedly (much different to the comment on Q&A last night saying teaching scripture in school is child abuse!).

Everything went according to plan, and when it was time for them to complete their activity sheets, I was asked question after question by two inquisitive young boys. One stated he didn’t believe in God (because he didn’t understand how God could make everything we see), and the other believes but still wants to know more.

Over and over again I made sure to praise them for their questions. It is so good to see them being so honest with their feelings, and how they actively wanted to know more about God.

As a result, I am now beginning a book/booklet that discusses all of their questions (and more!), and is told in a way young kids can understand. I have already had a lot of success explaining it to them, and hopefully this will reach more kids and even adults.

So stay tuned!