Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Fireproof - phase 2

I mentioned before that I really liked the movie Fireproof. If you haven't seen it, or been convinced to go see it, you can go to to get details, see trailers, etc.

I'm not saying that the movie will change your life, but it might. I'm not saying you have to do anything that is in the movie, but it wouldn't hurt.

If you do go to the movie, you should sit back and enjoy it. Don't get too wrapped up in the details, just see what happens to the couple. Have you been in their place? Do you think the same things happen to "regular" people? Were you happy with the results in the movie? Would you be happy with those results?

After the movie, discuss it with one of your friends. If you think the movie was good suggest that they go see it.

Tomorrow night, we have friends going to see the movie, at our suggestion. We plan to help out by baby-sitting for them. (actually, my wife will be doing most of the sitting, I'll probably be working late). Our plan is to send another couple on Friday night. This time, we'll not only be baby sitting, we'll pay for the tickets. That's my action plan. What's your's?


Brooke said...

You don't know how much it helps to have a sitter; that is the #1 reason why Dave and I don't get out much!

Nena said...

Answering your questions.

Actually we will have both kids on Friday night. That will be fun. We can take them to the park and walk downtown.

Buggaboosmommy said...

I think it's awesome that you are encouraging people to see it, and helping people out! I have heard great things about the movie from a few people and look forward to getting to see it (probably on DVD because I don't know any nice people who I trust to keep my kid up here!)

Randy said...

Ok, so baby sitting two on Friday night. That's cool.

buggaboosmommy, thanks for visting me here. I'm always amazed and surprised (and pleased) when someone new finds me. Makes me wonder how they found me.

I became a believer in this movie based on what I heard. When I saw the movie, I became even more of a believer. It's not radical, it won't change the world. But I know that I want what it offers.

Good luck finding a sitter. I think you'll be pleased if you go see it.