The Fear of Eternity

It wasn’t until I read the novella, Stories of Your Life and Others, by Ted Chiang—which inspired a blockbuster film, Arrival—that I began to understand things.

Finding Resolutions

The audience cares about their heroes—evidenced by the emotions expressed by the deaths in Avengers: Infinity War.

How Darren Wilson Changed My Life

Just remember the Jesus in Scripture and watch the DVDs through that lens. He is changeless. He did all kinds of amazing things; present-day healing should be no different.

Superhero Parallels

Our culture proclaims, “You only save yourself,” but box-office statistics and God-spoken Scripture tell us otherwise. Despite our best efforts, we need a Savior.

Hope Exists Despite Unhopeful People

Life isn’t the easiest thing to navigate, and we’re all intermingled in a web of struggle, chaos, and confusion — that is until we look for the hope hiding just a little farther into the maze.

The Newest Masterpiece of Francine Rivers

Francine frequently creates characters with uncomfortably messy testimonies. But what separates Grace Moore from previous Francine protagonists is that her resume consists of knowing both the Lord and great sin.

Young & Free in Album III

At first, it can be confusing to distinguish Hillsong music. Hillsong United, perhaps the most well-known name, used to represent the church’s youth before aging into an alternative rock band. Young & Free consequently emerged in 2013 as the contemporary youthful sound, while Hillsong Worship embodies both groups collectively.

Living with Infant Loss and Learning to Grieve

Jordan Tate’s Just Keep Breathing is one of the most brilliant and tragic books I have ever read. It is powerful in all its gravity. It is beautiful in all its honest pain. Just Keep Breathing will bring you to tears and then dry them with joy.

Learning to Live in Second Place

If someone enthusiastically told you that they’re always coming in second place in everything they do, there’s almost a guarantee that you’d scrunch your eyes in perplexity. You’d probably ask yourself why anyone would be so proud of constantly falling short.

Notes from the Peanut Gallery

If you’ve ever wanted to be a part of the Peanuts gang from the comics in every Sunday paper, you’re not the only one. Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, Snoopy, and friends have been stealing the hearts of children and adults alike.