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The Crescent Stone Cover Reveal!

It’s time for you to see the cover to THE CRESCENT STONE!

Best Books of 2017

JR. counts down his favorite books of 2017

Best Horror Films of 2017

JR. counts down his favorite horror films of 2017. What were your favorites?

Best Movies of 2017

JR. lists his favorite films of 2017

The Last Jedi

The StoryMen tackle The Last Jedi with the help of Rabbi Eliyahu Fink. We’re just as divided as the rest of fandom, but that doesn’t stop us from wrestling with what the film has to say about that old time religion.

Beyond Colorblind with Sarah Shin

It’s the StoryMen Season 8 finale! We go out with a bang, welcoming author Sarah Shin to discuss why being “colorblind” just isn’t good enough. We do a deep-dive into what it looks like to seek out cross-cultural friendships without being “that person” who offends and wounds when we’re trying to heal.¬†

Herod the Great: The Original Grinch of Christmas

How could Herod the Great order the deaths of the infants of Bethlehem? JR. Forasteros explores what made Herod the original Grinch who tried to steal Christmas – and how we can avoid walking in his footsteps.

Vindicating the Vixens with Dr. Sandra Glahn

In our season finale, Dr. Sandra Glahn joins us to ask what Feminism means in 2017. Drawing from her new book, Vindicating the Vixens, she paints a picture of a church that refuses to dismiss, marginalize or sexual women, but rather creates a just, equitable space for men and women to lead together. How can we refuse tokenism for the sake of justice?

Best of 2017

In our penultimate episode of Season 8, we review our favorite Books, TV shows and Films of 2017. 

How Moana Got Me Back in Church

Living truth is a perilous journey.

  • Creative Nonfiction
  • Faith
  • History
  • Movies
  • TV

On Stage with Penn and Teller: My Magical Night in Vegas

Can I tell you about one of the most amazing experiences of my life?

Winning Eowyn: Middle Earth Gives Pointers on Wooing Today’s Warrior Woman

Some surprising relevant dating advice straight from Middle Earth

Ill Bible Chick: Everything You Need to Know About Super Bowl 51

The most accurate recap of Super Bowl 51 from Houston, and how the Patriots unbelievable win compares to Freddy Prinze Jr.’s cultural impact.

Herod the Great: The Original Grinch of Christmas

How could Herod the Great order the deaths of the infants of Bethlehem? JR. Forasteros explores what made Herod the original Grinch who tried to steal Christmas – and how we can avoid walking in his footsteps.

Cover Reveal: “Good News for a Change” coming in June from NavPress!

I’m excited to share the cover to my upcoming book, “Good News for a Change!”

The Temptation of Jesus Pt 2

Satan shows Jesus the kingdoms of the world… the WHOLE world.

Peter MacDonald, president of the Navajo Code Talkers, shares about the Code Talkers at the White House

Peter MacDonald’s speech about the Navajo Code Talkers and the Navajo Code Talker Museum, on November 27th, 2017.

The facts on U.S. gun violence

You may have seen this meme going around since the tragic incident in Sutherland Springs, but it’s not entirely accurate. Here are the facts.

The Redemption of Judas

Judas committed suicide after Jesus was condemned to death. But what if he hadn’t? What might his redemption have looked like?

Best Horror Films of 2017

JR. counts down his favorite horror films of 2017. What were your favorites?

Best Movies of 2017

JR. lists his favorite films of 2017

The Last Jedi

The StoryMen tackle The Last Jedi with the help of Rabbi Eliyahu Fink. We’re just as divided as the rest of fandom, but that doesn’t stop us from wrestling with what the film has to say about that old time religion.

9 Pop Culture Characters to Make the Thanksgiving Parade Actually Interesting

Imagine if the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was actually awesome. Here’s my vision.

How The OA Failed in 5 Movements

Human genius is not the ability to imagine the untrue, but rather our ability to insist on logic without being restrained by it.

Pop Culture Take: The Best of 2016

2016 has nearly come to an end. Finally. Most of us sneer at it like a bully...

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