In this new episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we discuss the current unrest following the death of George Floyd, including conversation about Black Lives Matter vs. “All Lives Matter,” protests vs. looting, the role of social media and politics, biblical examples (including Jesus flipping tables) and frameworks for understanding justice, value, etc. We… [Read More]
Finally, the “answer” to the question on everyone’s mind: Who would Jesus vote for? In this one-year-anniversary, Super Tuesday episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we discuss the different economic and governmental systems vying for votes this year, and ask some key questions: What are the basic differences between right and left economic systems?… [Read More]
It’s nearly Christmas – a joyous time, but also a difficult time for many. In this episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we welcome local family medicine physician’s assistant Dave Mulder to talk about the holidays and mental health, trying to lend a Christian perspective to an issue that many face this time of… [Read More]
Kids will find Smallfoot to be an entertaining, joyous romp peppered with lessons they’ll be talking about after they leave the theater. Adults may also find this to be the case.
this quick post plays through three short stages the third contains the Easter egg all three potentially contain SPOILERS Stage One: “Microreview” if you haven’t seen Ready Player One (or read Cline’s book), you really should; particularly if you’re the target demo: a “nerd,” “geek,” pop culture afficionado of a certain stripe (70s-80s gaming, sci-fi, etc.)… [Read More]
i genuinely dig Ricky Gervais plenty, and i’m thankful for The Office, like, for sure i appreciate his iconoclastic approach to comedy; i relate to his atheism, tho i’m not an atheist myself, as you’ll gather below however, i noticed him make a move in his recent Netflix comedy special, Ricky Gervais: Humanity, that i’d… [Read More]
when old wineskins make way for new, who sees it coming? if one waits on royalty but receives rabble, will one still receive? and though death is obviously an end, isn’t it always also a beginning? even so . . . shred the Jedi texts and burn the sacred tree, for the force is the… [Read More]
i am *so* psyched for Stranger Things 2 like, *psyched* psyched i want more mystery, more stylish 80s homage, more dope soundtrack, way more Eleven; i want #justiceforbarb, Eggos ate raw, Winona Ryder everything, coffee and contemplation honestly, who can deny that the whole Stranger Things thing – like much of what it lovingly calls back to… [Read More]
Usually, when it comes to a film’s protagonist, we consider the person who exhibits the most growth, or at least demonstrates the most action on behalf of the individual or others. Since 2003, Finding Nemo has been lauded for its artful tale of the titular little fish, netting box office splash, critical accolades, and the top spot… [Read More]
Albert Einstein crying, alone, at a train station–is this rock bottom for him?