TIME IS RUNNING OUT! (This is me. Shouting.) Monday, May 2 is the final day to take advantage of this deal and gain access to RightNow Media. Read and grab, friends. Read and grab.
I’m pretty sure I wasn’t the only one who was excited about the new arrival of Fuller House on Netflix.
Sure, I knew it would be cheesy (have mercy). I knew there would be canned laughter (how rude). But I’d loved Full House back in the day. I looked forward to revisiting this part of my childhood and sharing it with my family. (Because yes. I was planning to make my teenage boys sit down and watch it with me. At least the first episode. Just for me. I don’t ask much.)
I will say this after watching a few episodes (by myself): It was fun to revisit the old characters. It’s super neat that they recreated the show to be a new version of what Full House was back in the day. I loved seeing the little girls all grown up. I love the idea of friends and family pitching in to work together to help a mama in need.
But I wish I wasn’t also quite disappointed. I wish I felt good about making my kids sit through a corny episode with me. But shoot. I decided I just can’t go there. There was just too much I’d rather them not hear – and quite a bit I didn’t want them to see. They see and hear plenty out in the real world. No sense plopping it right in our living room.
If you’ve decided that it’s an okay show for your family, I’m not here to argue. Our family has chosen some other shows to watch that some might find questionable. We all have convictions for our families. Much depends on our kids’ ages and maturity. I actually think Fuller House doesn’t work for us because my boys are older. (Smaller kids might be oblivious to some of the dress code and innuendos? Maybe?)
I have better things to talk about than the good and the bad of Fuller House. I think all of us have probably said at one point, “Isn’t there anything good to watch? Is there anything we can let our kids watch these days? What is even worth watching anymore?”
I have something to tell you about that is:
- good to watch.
- more than okay for our kids.
- worth your time in front of a screen.
- fantastic for everyone in the family.
Calling All Christian Families!
About three weeks ago, our family discovered and gained access to what is pretty much like “Christian Netflix.” Have you heard of RightNow Media? I hadn’t. It’s actually not open to the public like Netflix. It’s typically only available to churches to purchase subscriptions for their members. It costs a minimum of $149/month!! So, no. I hadn’t heard of it. We didn’t have it. We certainly didn’t know what we were missing.
Now we have it and you can to get it, too.
I don’t mean to sound bossy (since when?) but I’m about to tell you how you can and should get RightNow Media for your family. It won’t cost you even close to $149/month. Shucks, it won’t even cost you $8/month (what we pay for Netflix). I did the math and found that this actually breaks down to just $2.50/month. Worth it?? Yes. So worth it!!
Please check into this because not only is this super inexpensive, it will be a tremendous spiritual blessing to you and your family!
What we’re finding that we love at RightNow Media
Family Friendly/Kid Shows
For starters, there are thousands of family friendly shows and episodes to watch. Some are simply clean and fun, while others teach a good message, and many teach Bible lessons. Love, love, love, love, love.
Beyond the Kids
Way beyond what are considered to be “Kid Shows” – there are oodles and tons of video resources for teens and adults. The topics range from marriage, finance, mission, outreach, parenting, Christian living, and more. Some are specific to women. Some are specific for men. Some are created for youth.
I’ve been hanging out in the women’s section, where I’ve found some wonderfully encouraging conference speakers to watch from some of my favorite Christian authors and speakers. (Jen Hatmaker!! Beth Moore, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, so many more!) Here’s a screen shot of just some of the choices. They kind of go on forever.
There’s more where those came from. And that’s just the Women’s Section.
School and Learning
As if I wasn’t already amazed and loving this resource…I can’t believe how many videos there are that we will be able to use in our school day. We’ve been watching some of the History and Mission/Outreach videos as part of our history/geography study here at the end of the school year. Some of the stories are fascinating! There are also many great shows that I’ll probably add to our science curriculum next year. It’s almost too easy and too good to be true. Here’s a partial screen shot of the History offerings:
There’s so much more.
I tried to give you some of the highlights, but I really can’t even begin to tell you all that is available on RightNow Media. Every page continues to amaze me as I look through everything that is offered.
Now that I’m done gushing, let me finally tell you how you can get this.
This offer is only available for six days, so you’ll want to jump on it. The short story is that you’ll pay just $29.97 – and you’ll have access to RightNow Media for an entire year. Since this is not typically offered to individuals, there are a couple of steps to take to gain access. No sweat though. You can do it all in about ten minutes.
I’ll make it easy for you…
How to Get RightNow Media
1. There is a new Ultimate Homemaking Bundle being offered right now, April 27-May 2. It costs $29.97 (for well over $1,000 worth of goods, more on that later).
2. With your bundle purchase comes a free bonus of Molly Green Magazine One-Year Membership. That alone is cool because it’s a
$29.00 subscription you get for FREE. But then within that subscription you get complete access to RightNow Media. For no additional cost.
The Step by Step
1. Buy the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.
2. Access the Molly Green Magazine Subscription freebie.
3. Follow their links to gain access to RightNow Media.
4. Sign up for an account.
Then RightNow Media is yours for an entire year. For $29.97 total. You can start watching immediately.
What’s funny is that the RightNow Media offer is actually one of the bonus items this year when you purchase the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. I guess I’m turning it upside down a little bit because to me, the RightNow Media offer makes the bundle worth buying – then all the other dozens of resources feel like bonuses to me! I’m all over RightNow Media, then I’m like, “Oh yeah! I get all these eBooks and printables from the bundle too!”
I’ll highlight some of the other features from the bundle as the week goes on. But know that if the only thing you get for your $29.97 investment is a year of RightNow Media, your purchase is worth it. (But yay for all the extras, too!)
Get a year of RightNow Media through May 2 only (but you want it today because then your family can start watching all the videos!!!).
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Let me know which shows you decide to start with! Women – be sure to check out the conference speakers and listen to some amazing encouragement while you’re folding laundry or taking some down time to feed yourself. (Spiritually, I mean. But who am I kidding? It might be the first time you’ve had a chance to feed your face too.)