Dialing up the right play call for hard times with an old testament prophet and football video game.
We talkin’ about practice? Praxis? What we talkin’ bout?
A true story (and a stuffed fable) all about marriage, forgiveness, and hope.
Kanye, Bieber, Nacho and Jesus? This isn’t the setup to a bad joke…it actually goes to the deepest truths about humanity (without the help of eagle powers).
Refuse to get pinned as the invitation of God is brought to bear on a famous atheist and fans of wrestling.
Staring adversity in the face and finding a way forward.
The fall of a fighter. The release of a new album. The desire for nearness.
Does the disaster of the FYRE festival seem familiar to you? It should and here’s why.
And it doesn’t even involve math!
A town that never got over an unbelievable visit. Why don’t we do the same?
What’s going on when you don’t get immediate answers? Maybe it’s about a city of two tales.
Pixar hits the feels with “When She Loved Me.” But they actually hit on crucial truth that sets us free. To wisdom…and beyond!!
Finding the heart of God amidst a Scottish duo and a documentary on the homeless.
College football, Minecraft money, mornings, and how God tracks us down.
Celebrating the ant in a world full of “anti” this and that.
You want a short devotional on Good Friday? As you wish.
Two good things to help you (or your kids) find rest.
In episode 3 of the Cross-Cutting Culture Podcast we dive into Christopher Nolan’s film, The Prestige. Listen in and join the conversation in our Facebook group.
Throwing the challenge flag on what the world says about families and fathers.
The second episode of the Cross-Cutting Culture Podcast dives into Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The first episode of the Cross-cutting Culture Podcast. We discuss the 7th movie of the Rocky franchise, Creed.
Reaching for stuff that works. Finding the Savior who will be there.
Everyone has doubts, it’s what we do with them that counts.
Airport security lines, deserts, and how not to die of thirst.
Finding the real Diamond in the rough of 90’s cinema. Exploring royalty, riches, and a tale of two Princes.
A stunning wound. A radical idea. An experience of the greatness of God.
I’m no Bill Shakespeare, but here’s my best effort at a worthy tribute to one of the endearing legends of the 90’s…Chris Farley.
The Goo Goo Dolls hit it big in the 90’s with a beautiful paradox in their hit song “Name.” Why did the song work and what does it reveal about our hearts?