Listening Closer: Lucinda Williams’ Lenten Liturgy

Lucinda Williams’ ‘The Ghosts of Highway 20’ works as the perfect soundtrack for an Ash Wednesday liturgy.

The Never-ending Redemption Run

Looking back and looking ahead through the eyes of a runner.

Sunday Oldskool Episode 86: The Life of Pablo, pt. 2

Sam and Cray continue to examine ‘The Life of Pablo’ from Kanye West and delve into the persona of Kanye himself.

Seeing and Believing Episode 50: ‘Room’ And Oscar-cast 2016

On this One Year Anniversary of the show, Wade and Kevin talk about the 2016 Oscars and the movie ‘Room’.

Real Presence: Social Media Praise and Pitfalls

Social media can’t be our only means of spreading God’s presence.

The 25 Episode 3: ‘The Life of Pablo’, ‘The Witness’ and ‘Firewatch’

This week, the crew looks to fill the #4 spot from video games ‘The Witness’ and ‘Firewatch’ and Kanye West’s ‘The Life of Pablo’

LOL Interwebz: I Just Found out That “Ransomware” Is a Thing, and That Seems Like a Good Excuse to Write Some Dystopian Sci-Fi

“Ransomware” started small, back in the mid-’10s. How could we have known technology wasn’t automatically good?

Oprah’s Best Body and the Body of Christ

Fat Christians represent the Body of Christ just as much as their thinner counterparts in the church, even if Oprah Winfrey’s new Weight Watcher ads tell us otherwise.

‘The Listening Life’: Learning from the God Who Listens to Us, Free for CAPC Members

Rather than a “seeing is believing” mindset, Christianity is a more “hearing is believing” way of life.

The Beguiling Search for Truth in ‘The Witness’

‘The Witness’ reflects the layered complexity of the Christian tradition.

The CAPC Digest #44: Jim and Pam’s Quiet Fidelity

Jim and Pam from ‘The Office’ is the subject of discussion as Drew and Tyler host Amanda Wortham to talk about her article about one of TV’s most endearing couples.

Touchdown Jesus: Ronda Rousey’s Loss and the Worship of Winning

Ronda Rousey’s defeat signals a universal human vulnerability—one that is meant to equip us for communion with others and with Christ.

‘Risen’ Reflects the Subversive Power of the Resurrection

‘Risen’ is a very good film that just happens to be marketed to faith-based audiences.

Persuasion Episode 49: The Lost Art of Humility

Erin and Hannah talk about the lost art of humility in social media and our own personal platforms.

Sunday Oldskool Episode 85: ‘The Life of Pablo Part 1’, Ultralight Beam

Sam and Cray dive into Ultralight Beam on ‘The Life of Pablo” from Kanye West. Does the song illuminate the rest of the album in a gospel-centric light?

Behold, I Make All Things New: Händel, George Lucas, and Some Okie Lutherans in a Drafty Church

God could have redeemed His creation however He saw fit and yet chose to step inside of it, to become part of it, and to rebuild it from the inside out.