ChildCare Action Project (CAP): Christian Analysis of American Culture


The CAP Ministry is a service to His little ones through you, their parents, grandparents, pastors, youth leaders and more in Jesus' name by His Word. We tell you the truth about the content of popular entertainment using God's Word to decide what to tell you so YOU might be in a better position to make an informed moral decision whether an item of entertainment is fit for your kids or yourselves. Our investigation standards are the teachings and expectations of Jesus Christ and are thus Rock-solid, never changing with the tides of modern morality. Specifically,

H i s W o r d r u l e s.

We make no attempt to quantify the "artistic" or "redeeming" values of entertainment. These matters are up to you. The CAP Analysis Model makes no scoring allowances for trumped-up "messages" to excuse or for manufacturing of justification of aberrant behavior or imagery, or for camouflaging such ignominy with "redeeming" or "feel-good" programming. Disguising sinful behavior in a theme, story or plot does not excuse the sinful behavior of either the one who is drawing pleasure or example in deed or thought from the demonstration of sin or the practitioners demonstrating the sinful behavior. We will not situationally redefine, counterfeit or conditionally apply His Word to suit modern morality, lifestyles, other faiths, cultural tolerances or even to avoid invading the comfort zone of Christians. His Word will not be set aside for the sake of "religion", political correctness, entertainment pleasure(s) or artistic "license." We will not cheat you by cheapening His Word with feel-good counterfeitings of it. We love you too much to do that to you.

I pray many of us can soon open our minds enough to see precisely what many movies, whether intentional, are truly doing to us. Many movies hturT us in ways we may not understand. And, yes, "hturT" is correct. It is reversed Truth, twisted and counterfeited beyond recognition and shows the hidden and sometimes invisible hurt in doing so, with the greatest hurt in the End.

For so long movies have been given so much credit for "being like real life" that real life has become like the movies. Why not try Real Life instead? So many claim that to protect your children from the corrosive content of many movies is to shelter them or to shield them in a negative sense. "Sheltering" and "shielding" regarding our children are new age humanistic Freud and Spock terms to belittle positive parenting and to promote freedom from authority, freedom from accountability and freedom from consequences

- to steal childhood from children.

The CAP service can be compared to buying a car. Most car dealers show you only the shiny side of the car, never the dirty underside. The buyer all too often discovers problems in the dirty underside only too late. Likewise with movie 'dealers' who show you only the 'shiny side' of the movies. We reveal the 'dirty underside' of a movie

BEFORE you 'buy it' -- BEFORE it's too late.

We have become so morally numb by extremes in and as entertainment that what once was morally unacceptable has become morally invisible. I also pray that this has not happened to you because if it has it will be passed on to your kids.

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ChildCare Action Project
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Granbury, TX 76048-0177

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In the name of Jesus:
Lord, Master, Teacher, Savior, God.

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Since December 5, 2000