At a concert, I felt a profound truth in a new way. Because truth feels more real when it’s displayed by artists — in a song, book, painting, movie.
Shootings seem to be happening more and more. The more I see these and other tragedies in my newsfeed, the more desensitized I become.
Every time I leave the safety of my car to walk the city streets, I’m afraid. I felt this fear even before a stranger jumped into my car with me.
“Have you thanked a soldier today?” I think our Memorial Day traditions often fail to get at the essence of what it means to remember soldiers’ sacrifices for our country. But how do we thank the ones we are remembering?
Recently two major musicians made interesting changes to their musical careers. Underoath has announced they’re no longer writing music under a Christian label, and Jonathan Thulin’s recent music seems to stray from his spiritual roots. I think this may serve as an important wake-up call for us believers.
I’ve got a confession: I can’t stand contemporary Christian music. It seems like we often let any song that says the name of Jesus pass as quality music.
“The Dating Project” curriculum will help you start applying healthy principles to your relationships from the documentary.
Lashing out at those who hurt us is our tendency, and in popular media that often means striking against evil and wielding intellectual prowess, harsh words, technology, physical weapons or even fists against threatening foes. So fictional media that showcases characters choosing peace over violence inspires me.
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