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]
Aren’t Christians supposed to have it “all figured out?” Does the gospel really work? Can people change? Is victory over our struggles possible? How? In this episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we talk about Jarrid Wilson, a pastor and mental health advocate who recently committed suicide, and some related questions for Christians and… [Read More]
Have you ever really wanted to know what goes on in the mind of today’s teens? Not just ‘what are they thinking?’ but how they feel about life’s issues? About truth? About where God is in the world today? At long last, ScreenFish is proud to announce teenFish, a new podcast series that lets teenagers speak about media… [Read More]
Arguably one of the most eccentrically talented fashion designers of our time, Lee Alexander McQueen took the fashion world by storm. His candle shone bright in the small amount of time he was on this earth. He was often misunderstood, in life and in fashion. He looked nothing like what a stereotypical fashion designer looked… [Read More]
there’s a lot i want to say about Chris Cornell having gone away truth told, it hit me kinda hard late last week and over the weekend i kinda want to go on at length about how his singing voice was the one for me – at least, one of the ones – and how i’d… [Read More]
In a very special episode of the show, Steve sits down with teens Savannah Roach, Daniel Collins, Brea Bowden and Mitch Macgowan to talk about Netflix’s controversial series, 13 REASONS WHY. In an eye-opening conversation, they talk about their views on the show’s backlash, teen culture, parents, and ‘helping their Hannah’. Want to continue to… [Read More]
In Before I Fall, high school senior Samantha Kingston (Zoey Deutch) lives the same day over and over. If you think this sounds like a YA version of Groundhog Day, you need to keep in mind that this is not a comedy and does not have a happy ending.