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Top 10 Best Feel-Good Movies

If It Feels Good, Watch It. As movie-lovers, we find a source of strength in the collective stories we tell.

George Washington and the well-fed, well-housed slave

Have you heard this story about George Washington?

Wonder Woman in World War I

A Superhero film set during the first world war? Yes please.

Star Trek, Finders Keepers & The Fall

This week’s picks include Agent Scully as you’ve never seen her before, one of the best literary sequels I’ve read in years, and a return to the ultimate sci-fi universe.

When is it Time to Leave a Church?

Tara, Heather and JR. welcome Leighton Brown to talk about when it’s time to leave a church family, and what can be gained by staying.

Lights Out

LIGHTS OUT is the new horror film based on an ultra-creepy short film released a few years ago. The gang investigates the feature-length version. How scary is it? Does the premise work at length? And what does the film have to say about mental illness? PLUS: Stranger Things on Netflix and the new Ghostbusters!

It’s time for a CAT PARTY

Let’s all go to the cat party!

Sorry Haters, Ghostbusters Answers the Call

The new Ghostbusters film improves upon an iconic franchise, but not everyone agrees.

blink-182, Afterlife with Archie & New GoT Soundtrack

This week’s picks include monsters in Riverdale, the most deadly piano tunes around, and the return of some famous punks.

Another Dead Person of Color

What did he do to deserve it?

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Another Dead Person of Color

What did he do to deserve it?

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.

George Washington and the well-fed, well-housed slave

Have you heard this story about George Washington?

Another Dead Person of Color

What did he do to deserve it?

A Prayer of Lament for Dallas

A prayer of lament in the wake of the violence the week following the 4th of July 2016. It’s patterned from Lamentations 1, Psalm 94 and 2 Corinthians 4. It was written to lead into communion.

George Washington and the well-fed, well-housed slave

Have you heard this story about George Washington?

Matt’s talks from Dallas Seminary 2016

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

Top 10 Best Feel-Good Movies

If It Feels Good, Watch It. As movie-lovers, we find a source of strength in the collective stories we tell.

Wonder Woman in World War I

A Superhero film set during the first world war? Yes please.

Sorry Haters, Ghostbusters Answers the Call

The new Ghostbusters film improves upon an iconic franchise, but not everyone agrees.

Star Trek, Finders Keepers & The Fall

This week’s picks include Agent Scully as you’ve never seen her before, one of the best literary sequels I’ve read in years, and a return to the ultimate sci-fi universe.

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.

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