We Are Chicago: Playing a High-Stakes Game

The new game We Are Chicago gives a first-person glimpse into a certain kind of urban experience in an effort to build empathy.

The Unforgiveable Sin of Passengers

Watching forgiveness unfold in Passengers gives us plenty to ponder.

The Disabled Sainthood of Speechless

The show refuses to follow the “inspirationally disadvantaged” cliché found in lots of fiction that features disabled characters.

A Biased Father and His Not-So-Cursed Child

If utopia is to be found by separating the good from the bad, we need someone with an objective view to do the sorting.

Iron Suit, Human Man: Abandoning Tony Stark

Even Iron Man is vulnerable when it comes to dealing with the past.

Leadership Mosaic by Daniel Montgomery, Free for CAPC Members

Leadership Mosaic will remind you to evaluate your heart, your motives, and your relationship with God as it pertains to a role of responsibility.

Playing God Till You Run out of Cake

People will always seek the power to advance and improve the world; but how far is too far?

The Morgan Grimes Theory

The strength that comes from friendship is the grounding force that gives me the courage to do what I otherwise could not, that enables me to persevere through circumstances that I otherwise could not.

Removing the Mask of Loneliness With Majora’s Mask

The loneliness derived from my own anger and bitterness only lasts for as long as I want it to.

Playing Video Games and Finding Community

Playing video games develops a sense of skill and community, just like any other sport. It’s time for parents and other adults to recognize this.

‘Star Wars Rebels’ and the Challenge of Trusting in God (and the Force)

Why should I trust a God who lets me go through such things? Why should I believe that God’s got me covered?

Lessons of the Emotionless

It is vulnerability that requires more guts.