Chadwick Boseman Lived on Purpose—and We Will Never Be the Same

Choosing to play Thurgood Marshall and Black Panther while facing multiple surgeries and going through chemotherapy could not have been easy. But Chadwick Boseman understood his purpose. 

NBA Playoff Boycott Makes History (and Echoes a 2,000-Year Call to Self-Sacrifice)

The fight for Black lives is more important than money, and the players choosing to boycott for the first time in the league’s history is proof of that. 

The God of Our Anxiety 

Questions about God and the meaning of life and how it all works linger even after we’ve had great therapy, coping mechanisms, and medicine.

Everyone Prays in the End: Reflecting on Sam Smith’s Theology of Prayer

Sam Smith’s song, while mesmerizing musically, is rather empty spiritually. If we need a glimmer of hope but want it on our own terms—apart from being a disciple of Jesus—that hope will be rather flimsy. 

What Does Your Soul Love by Gem and Alan Fadling, Free for CAPC Members

Gem and Alan Fadling ask foundational questions of ourselves and the world around us and then remind us that the best answer is found in Jesus.

You’re Not You When You’re Always Connected

Turning your phone off isn’t just good for you, it’s good for the people around you.

Joining Augustine’s War Against Narcissism

We like to limit narcissism to people who think they are pretty or handsome but, in truth, it is much deeper than that.

Dear Evan Hansen Addresses Our Culture’s Pervasive Loneliness

Dear Evan Hansen teaches us there is no substitute for true community.

The Four: Brands That Want to Own Our Hearts

We’ve entrusted Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Amazon to fill the holes in our hearts—holes they could never possibly fill.

Our Quest for a King: LeBron James’s Example of Fatherhood

For LeBron James, being a dad is everything. He is devoted to his children, making fatherhood one of the coolest things he’s ever done.

Grieving the Gentrification of Food

It is over food that we relax, share our stories, our hopes, and often our dreams; we debate politics and argue sports over drinks and snacks; it can be argued that when food is present, we are most human.