Review: Galaxy Buck: Mission to Sector 9

When my daughter was 5-9- she was not allowed to turn on the TV or Netflix without someone being in the room with her, now that she is 12, she knows right from wrong and I do trust her, I also am still monitoring what she watches, children are what they say and hear. 

I want her to hear good things, things that shows the Love of Jesus, I want her to be kind and considerate to others, and a wonderful message that not just includes God, but it is totally about God.

I was very excited when I was given the opportunity to review this movie, she watched it with me and together we loved every minute of it. 
Buck who is the main character is bored in his christian walk and wants to do more , something big for God, and is dissatisfied with his job at a ministry. He became so  focused on his dream of becoming a space ship captain and getting away from his desk job that he pushes himself into a very dangerous situation by taking risk and ignoring warning signs that is in the path for him. 
Much like Buck we do this in our Christian journey, we try to live for God yet we take risks and give into peer pressure and try to do things our own way but thankfully God is a loving and caring God who will love us and protect us. We need to stop with our own desires and let God love us and let him be in control of our lives. 

Galaxy Buck is available now on JellyTelly, an online streaming site featuring shows and movies to teach your kids about God, The Bible, and Faith.  

We are all familiar with VeggieTales creator PHIL VISCHER, this is the same guy that did this movie and we all Loved Veggie Tales, trust me this is a must see and you should race to the theatre to see this one, I am also giving away a copy here on the blog to one of you, Enter below:

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