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Manchester by the Sea and the Grief of Advent

Like Advent, Manchester by the Sea is about grief.

Picwits and Getting Picked

Playing the game Picwits helps call me back to God, the one who knows us completely, who makes us whole.

Dream Weddings and Our Search for Wholeness

What we are looking for on our wedding day, and what can seem elusive in marriage, is a sense of being complete and full.

CAPC Magazine, December 2016: ‘What Christmas Is All About’

It’s easy to either succumb to the commercialization of the season or become overly protective—and pushy—about the Christian aspects of the holiday.

Mannheim Steamroller and Christmas Traditions

Christmas feels more like Christmas when Mannheim Steamroller is playing.

Seeing and Believing: Damien Chazelle’s La La Land and Top 5 Musical Movie Moments

The guys talk about La La La Land and their Top 5 Musical Moments from their favorite movies. It’s the last episode for 2016 so don’t miss it!

Imagine: A Vision for Christians in the Arts, Free for CAPC Members

In Imagine, Steve Turner proposes that Christians ought to learn to understand art better and should feel able to participate in the arts more freely.

“An Odd Sort of Mercy”: Jen Hatmaker, Glennon Doyle Melton, and The End of the Affair

Is God’s definition of love restricting us from happiness or freeing us from the self-love that entangles us?

Westworld and the Very Human Experience of Suffering

Does our suffering make us human? The show Westworld tries to answer the question.

Persuasion: What Your 2017 Calendar Says About You

Erin and Hannah ask in this episode of Persuasion: What does your Calendar say about you? If you’ve not selected your 2017 system yet, thisdiscussion can help you sort out the options and land on the calendar option that’s the best fit for you.

Low’s Somber Christmas Music Is Perfect for 2016’s Holiday Season

If Christmas means anything, Low seems to be saying, it has to begin by being honest about the heartache all around us.

Knocking on Martin Scorsese’s Door: Religion in the Work of Hollywood’s Patron Saint

In Martin Scorsese’s films, faith forms the groundwork for his gritty portrayals of incarnate suffering and violent quests for redemption.

The Best Children’s Books of 2016 Are Full of Joy and Wonder

Here are a few of 2016’s best children’s novels; they’re sure to fill you and your loved ones with a sense of childlike joy and wonder.

The CAPC Digest: The 13th and the Roots of Mass Incarceration with Nana Dolce

Nana Dolce joins Drew and Tyler to talk about her article regarding ’13th’ and the roots of mass incarceration.

What Grieving People Wish You Knew by Nancy Guthrie, Free for CAPC Members

Nancy Guthrie’s overwhelming message in What Grieving People Wish You Knew is to enter into the awkwardness and difficulty of loving grieving people.

A Dialogue with Death

Dystopian stories must be told because when humanity tries to create Eden, Death follows.