Know When to Turn it Off
At LOOR, we want you to subscribe to our streaming service and when you do, we want you to watch it. Often.
Here’s what we DON’T want you to do. Men, we’re talking to you. YOU are supposed to lead your family (Deuteronomy 6:6-15).
We DON’T want you to neglect your family for the sake of watching our content. Watch LOOR with your family, and then turn off the devices and lead your family in worship.
Go through a catechism (we prefer the Westminster Confession of Faith or the 1689 Second London Baptist Confession) or just read the Bible to your family, verse by verse, through a book. Go on YouTube and find some worship music that includes lyrics and sing together. Finish with prayer.
In addition to your own Bible reading and study, this will give your family the basis by which you can evaluate what is uniquely beautiful in entertainment.
Sure, beauty is often in the eye of the beholder. To a degree.
But if your family’s entertainment looks no different than the pagan family’s down the street, it might have something to do with the fact that your worldview is as uninformed as theirs.
Worldview doesn’t exist in a vacuum. Like your conscience, it should be trained with truth.
Know when to turn it off. Take time with your family to tell them the best stories—the Greatest Story Ever Told is the gospel—the real one, not the VidAngel version. Being a part of the LOOR means more than a monthly subscription. It means subscribing to the one streaming service that challenges you to go deeper than a subscription.
Be a part of the LOOR—because worldview matters in entertainment. Join our private Facebook group today for FREE.
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