Had promise, considering del Toro, of being the rare big-budget film to fire on all cylinders, but alas, it's dumb, loud and predictable.
- October 16, 2013 |
Few things get our attention as much as speed. Because of that, we can often miss the miracle of the happening.
Turn your home into a peaceful place where your child will grow into the person God intends him or her to become.
When (not if) we blow it, do we admit fault or panic and blame someone or something else?
One of the most common misconceptions about the New Testament canon is that the authors of these writings had no idea that they were writing Scripture-like books. To explore this further, let us just consider just one of our gospels, namely the Gospel of Matthew.
What if other people saw my kid making poor choices? How will this poor decision reflect on my parenting?
A recent spate of attacks against Christians and house churches in China underlines the country's relentless habit of persecuting Christians, even at the cost of its own reputation in the international community.
Excerpt from the letter of Christopher Columbus to Luis De Sant Angel announcing his discovery. Happy Columbus Day!
If you know a woman battling breast cancer be sure to give her the gift of another woman who truly understands.
People across the United States are finding out what it means for their life when the government shuts down. But what if churches shut down?
Dr. Roger looks a the causes and consequences of America's national debt.
What is anchoring our soul when something bad comes our way … when a storm blows in? What do we say? What do we do?
James Rubart’s Memory’s Door is a trippy, layered concoction, that’s also a compelling commentary on the state of evangelical Christianity in the post-Christian era.
October is Clergy Appreciation Month, a time when Christians are encouraged to express gratitude to their pastors, ministers and leaders.
Sometimes the most important lessons in leadership come from knowing what NOT to do.
With eighteen stories, you might think the theme of forgiveness would run stale after a few chapters, but each testimony is unique.
"I barely knew anyone who'd had a miscarriage ... until I experienced my own," writes Caitlin Seccombe Lubinski for Her.meneutics. "As I experience the grief of miscarriage, I am struck by the hush-hush method with which our culture treats an extremely widespread women's issue."
Extensive research has been done to determine which the habits of rich people. Habits chart the direction of our lives.
Pretty much a two-hour commercial for Celebrate Recovery, but as promotional videos go it's a surprisingly good and realistic one.