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.
Travis Freeman, a real-life teenager from Corbin, Kentucky, goes blind overnight, throwing his world into darkness and impacting the lives of those in his family, on his football team, and within the community. But this is a bigger-than-Hollywood kind of sports story, the kind even Disney couldn’t dream up, as Freeman (played by Mark Hafka) decides that playing it safe is not an option.
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Walking away from the theater, I wanted to hug my kids tighter, and be less critical; I wanted to tell my wife I love her, and that we’re in it for the long haul. To me, that’s a successful film, if it can make you think, and process, and forgive. That’s story, scriptural or cinematic, and it’s the lifeblood of the lessons we learn and the hope we have for change.
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When is a war movie more than a glorification of war and violence? When it asks us to consider our own lives, regardless of whether we’re holding a weapon or not.
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When Darius Clark Monroe was sixteen he was in honors classes at school. He served on the student council. He had a job and a loving family. When he was seventeen he entered prison after having been convicted of bank robbery. In Evolution of a Criminal, Monroe tells his own story of how this happened and, more importantly, what has happened since.
As we watch we may be challenged to rethink what we regard as disability. Certainly these boys are far better chess players that I ever was even with my advantage of being able to look at the chessboard and see where all the pieces are.
Rudderless is the story of a man set adrift in his grief. Sam, an advertising executive, has his world torn asunder when his son dies in a shooting on a college campus. He just can’t get over it and two years later is living in an alcoholic haze on a boat.
Fury is a movie that desperately wants to be considered one of the great war flicks of all time. It has the substance, and it has the atmosphere, but it’s too flawed and too grim to ever reach the lofty status it so obviously desires.
Wolverine, to me, is a perfect example of turning tragedy into hope. He’s also a perfect example of unconditional love. He always had a big heart, and he had no quarrels with sharing it.
Charlie enjoyed Christmas more than any of the holidays and his house showed it. While the region surrounding Tulsa was noted for its holiday decorations, Charlie and Tayra had a house which truly exhibited the holiday spirit. The two story split-level home had lights surrounding its frame all of the way around the eves.
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