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My Favorite “Pregnancy” Film? Fargo

When we take a look at the genre of pregnancy movies it rapidly emerges that culturally we have a very narrow view of pregnant women. But then there’s Fargo…

Hostile Aliens, A Killer Shark, and Spying Friends

This week’s picks involve sharp shark teeth, an addicting game to play with friends, and one of the slickest apps working folks will find.

American Gods, Movie Magic, and Stark Revenge

This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve gods, magicians, and one the most epic medieval battle to ever appear on screen.

A Father’s Day Blessing

This is a great blessing: that a child might remember one simple act of loving kindness.

Little Lords On Streets of Coal

This is a tale about growing up in a place and time. You might not get hockey, but if you were ever a child who dreamed, this story is for you.

The Conjuring, John Oliver & Gordie Howe

This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve demons, zombie economics, and one of the finest Canadians of the past century.

Accidental Hiatus

Tara and JR. take a few minutes to explain why the podcast is (back) on a short break, then share a big announcement!

Gorillas in the Zoo with Tripp York

Bryne and JR. welcome author and professor Tripp York to discuss the recent death of Harambe the gorilla at the Cincinnati zoo. Bringing insights from his book THE END OF CAPTIVITY to bear, Tripp invites us to consider the very nature of zoos – and the animal kingdom.

The Conjuring 2

The gang investigates James Wan’s latest horror sensation THE CONJURING 2. PLUS: We investigate the true story of the Warrens and the original CONJURING film.

God as comforting mother

What if I had a terrible father and don’t relate to “God the Father”? Is it okay to think of God as a mother?

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A Father’s Day Blessing

This is a great blessing: that a child might remember one simple act of loving kindness.

Little Lords On Streets of Coal

This is a tale about growing up in a place and time. You might not get hockey, but if you were ever a child who dreamed, this story is for you.

God v The Langoliers: Dawn of Tomorrow

Living in the past is more than stale existence; it’s a terrifying way to go. Thankfully, we are given fresh new moments over and over.

God as comforting mother

What if I had a terrible father and don’t relate to “God the Father”? Is it okay to think of God as a mother?

God v The Langoliers: Dawn of Tomorrow

Living in the past is more than stale existence; it’s a terrifying way to go. Thankfully, we are given fresh new moments over and over.

Matt’s talks from Dallas Seminary 2016

Matt’s four talks from the DTS World Evangelization Conference, 2016.

Matt’s talks from Dallas Seminary 2016

Matt’s four talks from the DTS World Evangelization Conference, 2016.

Last Week Tonight Tackles Trump

Pretty much the funniest takedown of Trump I’ve seen.

Exodus 1:1-7

We begin our journey through Exodus by meeting Jacob’s family and watching as the story of God’s people shifts from Patriarchs to Nations. The mission of Exodus is framed in terms of flourishing, and we learn how institutions can be both good and bad.

My Favorite “Pregnancy” Film? Fargo

When we take a look at the genre of pregnancy movies it rapidly emerges that culturally we have a very narrow view of pregnant women. But then there’s Fargo…

Hostile Aliens, A Killer Shark, and Spying Friends

This week’s picks involve sharp shark teeth, an addicting game to play with friends, and one of the slickest apps working folks will find.

American Gods, Movie Magic, and Stark Revenge

This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve gods, magicians, and one the most epic medieval battle to ever appear on screen.

American Gods, Movie Magic, and Stark Revenge

This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve gods, magicians, and one the most epic medieval battle to ever appear on screen.

The Conjuring, John Oliver & Gordie Howe

This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve demons, zombie economics, and one of the finest Canadians of the past century.

The Return of The X-Files

After 14 years off air, The X-Files has returned to television with a...

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