Wednesday, January 18, 2012

A Mile in His Shoes GIVEAWAY

A Tomas Kinkade Presentation


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This was an inspiring movie that shows us the power of love, loyalty, trust, and commitment. Coach Arthur Murphy accidentally happens upon a young farm boy with an unruly ability to pitch a ball.
Through nurturing and special care for the young boys handicap, he hones the boys pitching talents into a powerful ability to pitch for his baseball team. As everyone on the team learns to adjust to his needs, they soon build an unstoppable team based on their loyalty and commitment to each other.
Despite the objections from his parents and betrayal by a jealous team mate, love shines through and his overly skeptical father finally gives his son the chance to prove himself and their relationship deepens as a result.
This movie was a perfect example of learning to understand the challenges that others face and building relationships from it.

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The only thing that I personally did not like in this movie is that the ball players have a party and also the one ball player telling the Main character that he would show him how to be a “player.”
Disclaimer: I received this DVD free in return for my honest opinion

Find out more about this Film Here

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You can find a review from Dove Foundation Here

I have the opportunity of giving away a copy of this DVD Free to one of my blog readers.

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Leave a comment How you teach your children to be kind and show love to each other. 
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28 comments:

Jacqueline @ Deeprootsathome.com said...

Angie, have you linked this up today at 'EOA'? I think it would help get out the word on your great giveaway!

Jacqueline @ Deeprootsathome.com said...

Angie, I just 'liked' you on FB.

Jacqueline @ Deeprootsathome.com said...

I just 'liked' A Mile In His shoes on FB.

Trophy and Barb said...

We like to have times of serving each other. They learn to put others first.

Trophy and Barb said...

Like Our Joyful Living on Facebook.

Trophy and Barb said...

Following you on GFC.

srkindredspirits said...

I just started following you on GFC

srkindredspirits said...

I stated following you on GFC

srkindredspirits said...

We try to teach our kids that being kind to others starts at home with brothers and sisters - having respect, helping because they love them, not because they have too, etc.

ღ soraya ღ said...

nice post thanks for sharing....blessings...soraya

Heather said...

Looks like a great movie! I try to model that behavior to my kids. I think they learn so much just by watching us, that it's an invaluable tool.

Chris Ziegler said...

I teach my kids to respect there elders and authority always.
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Chris Ziegler said...

I have like A mile in his shoes on Facebook. (Chris Ziegler)

Chris Ziegler said...

I have like your blog's fb page.
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Cheryl said...

Our children's singing ministry causes them to have to work nicely together. When two children seem to be struggling in their relationship, I design projects for them to work on together until the issue is resolved.

Cheryl said...

I like Joyful Living!

momto8 said...

I try and teach all my children to be kind by first showing them what kinds is...and then teaching them our faith!
i am your newest follower..this is the first giveaway I entered.
Pls follow back if you can.

Kajal said...

your newest follower (GFC) and a regular visitor now.

glad I found you at the hop. you can find me at http://purplechronicle.blogspot.com/

Kajal said...

JOined you on facebook too!

Marci (joyfulheart26@hotmail.com) said...

I think the best way is by example. I hope I am modeling to them what I want them to do. It's good accountability for me and keep me on my toes.

Marci (joyfulheart26@hotmail.com) said...

follow you gfc 1

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gfc 2

graciegirl said...

My daughter helps pick up my son as he's learning to walk.

Mary Prather said...

Hi ~ the biggest way we teach kindness is through the Bible. Right now we are memorizing 1 Cornithians 13.

Mary Prather said...

I like you on FB!

Mary Prather said...

I like A Mile in His Shoes on FB!

Mary Prather said...

I'm a new follower on GFC

Mary Prather said...

my second entry for the GFC :-)

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