“…A fold of heaven & earth across His face”

In times of trouble, people often seem fond of asking where God is. Now, I haven’t actually heard anyone pose that question in the midst of the troubled days we are presently enduring. But it is a safe bet that someone, somewhere out there, has done so. Perhaps part of the trouble is not thatContinue reading ““…A fold of heaven & earth across His face””

Helen Keller Vs. The Aliens: How Two Very Different Films Tell A Similar Story

It’s a good idea to be diverse in our entertainment choices. People who reject a story based on its aesthetic, or its genre, or its age, run the risk of missing out on something brilliant. They may even be missing out on a learning opportunity. Today’s post is about something delightful I learned while watchingContinue reading “Helen Keller Vs. The Aliens: How Two Very Different Films Tell A Similar Story”

The Erosion of Time & Knowledge

I have often wondered, in an age with more information at our fingertips than generations past could even have dreamed possible, why we all seem to be growing more and more ignorant. Furthermore, it seems strange that with the ever-increasing abundance of time-saving technology that no one ever seems to have much time to spare.Continue reading “The Erosion of Time & Knowledge”

My Heart Is Where My Treasure Lies

“Don’t store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and rust destroys them, and where thieves break in and steal. Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal. Wherever your treasure is, there the desires of your heart will also be.” -Matt.Continue reading “My Heart Is Where My Treasure Lies”

The Trouble With Faith-Based Entertainment

A film is never really good unless the camera is an eye in the head of a poet. -Orson Welles Last week, I sort of introduced a touchy subject. Mostly, I tip-toed around it. This was partially because I didn’t want it to overwhelm the whole post, and partially because, well… it is a touchyContinue reading “The Trouble With Faith-Based Entertainment”