This is a night of clean, stand up comedy.
I’ve seen a couple of these guys in person… and they definitely are funny. Filmed in Hollywood and hosted by Emmy(R) Award-winning actress Patricia Heaton ("Everybody Loves Raymond"), it's a night of stand-up comedy from seven of the country's funniest Christian comedians - including Michael Jr., Thor Ramsey, Taylor Mason, and many more!
I enjoyed the comedy more than I enjoyed Heaton’s hosting. Nothing against Heaton… I just was a little relieved that I wasn’t sitting with any of my unchurched friends watching this. I felt like I was watching a “Christians only” viewing when she announced that all these comedians were “Christians,” like it was part of the application process.
But the comedy was good.
My kids enjoyed Taylor Mason and his puppets the most. Don’t think “Sesame Street” when you think puppets… Taylor was funny for adults and kids alike. He and the rest of the gang will have you rolling.
SHOULD KIDS SEE IT?
A couple of the comedians made marriage jokes that went over my kids’ heads. One comedian even said something about a girl taking her blouse off… the joke ended up not going where I thought it was going, but I was a little nervous for a moment (thinking, “Boy am I going to have to explain something later to the young one”). But overall, I didn’t regret letting the kids watch it.
Three Simple Questions (with Answers You May Be Looking for):
- What are some of the messages or themes you observed in this movie?
- How do you suppose we—as serious Christ-followers—should react to this movie?
- How can we move from healthy, Bible-based opinions about this movie to actually living out those opinions?
, president of The Source for Youth
Ministry, is the author of over a dozen books including the new
The Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide for Teenager
Should I Just Smash My Kid's Phone?
, and youth ministry books like
Ministry By Teenagers
Connect: Real Relationships in a
World of Isolation
, and the award winning book
Do They Run When They See You Coming?
speaks and trains
at conferences, churches and events across North
America, all while providing free resources for youth workers and parents on his
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Jonathan and his wife Lori, and their three teenagers Alec, Alyssa and Ashley live