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A film about a mob boss who meets Jesus? This I gotta see.
Women and children first or every man for himself? Which is stronger—the instinct to survive or the instinct to protect those you love? What does it mean to be a man, husband, and father? What is courage? These are the issues that come to the fore in Force Majeure.
A story of Native American history and culture, the film dreamily moves between past and present until the critical moments when a boy must choose to become a man.
To air live in more than 220 countries.
Alan Snow’s story of new worlds and high society gets the “Laika” treatment—stop-action animation magic that is a wonder for our eyes.
Charlie and Tayra just shook their heads in shock while at the same time thinking of the earlier question Detective Hay had asked of himself, “What would Jesus do?”.
Marvel Studios held a special fan event, and with it announced their upcoming slate of Phase 3 films, including two fan anticipated films.
Bana is believable, but still seems to overreach at times when trying to convey emotion. Mendoza, on the other hand, shines, transitioning from meek to fierce and back again. He is a calm, introspective priest, but a savage exorcist.
This week’s films have some diversity: laughs, zombies, harried housewives, and maybe a combination of all of the above.
The latest “superhero” to get a show arrives with less fanfare than others (like his speedy counterpart, or that Bat guy) but may have a few things to share with us about faith.
Chris Tomlin’s ninth studio album continues his trajectory in the CCM world, and Trip Lee shakes things up in Christian Hip Hop on this week’s Beats Journal
Detective Hay felt close to the Hamm’s. He saw the family at church and had been involved with them in numerous church activities. He always felt you could tell a lot about a family by the children. Being involved with the police force for as long as he had been helped educate him to the importance of the family raising children appropriately and involving them in church.
It may seem blasphemous to some to suggest that the American Dream and Christianity have little in common. Yet, often they seem to work against one another. The Gospel is not about success. It is not about getting more than others. It is about emptying oneself. It is about servanthood.
A river is very much a living thing. It is an ecosystem, a resource, a place for enjoyment, a historical artifact. Yakona gives us a look at the San Marcos River in Texas and offers us a chance to appreciate its many facets.
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