By popular demand, Pastor Kit reads C. S. Lewis' classic, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. As you listen, perhaps keep a few thoughts in mind:
- Which of the four children would you be most like if you had gone with them to live with the professor? What make you say?
- Lucy's reaction to the Faun is truly unique. What would you have done if you had found out he was in the act of betraying you to the White Witch? What are your typical reactions? What was especially godly about Lucy's reactions?
- Edmund was quickly taken in by the White Witch. What about Edmund made it possible for her to manipulate him so easily? Where do these qualities creep up in us when we aren't living by the Spirit?
- If Lucy had come up to you with a detailed story about what she had seen in a split second in a wardrobe … would you have believed her? Why, or why not? What do you think of the professor's response about "logic"?
Chapter 1: Lucy Looks Into a Wardrobe
Chapter 2: What Lucy Found There
Chapter 3: Edmund and the Wardrobe
Chapter 4: Turkish Delight
Chapter 5: Back on This Side of the Door