“Set Me Free”: Lecrae’s Music Video Inspires Hope Amid Coronavirus

Lecrae’s “Set Me Free” is an artistic extension and expression of what he sees as an opportunity to not only set himself free but to also liberate others from the vices of self-serving attitudes that consume our culture. 

How We Behaved When COVID-19 Robbed Our Culture of Sports

In this way, the COVID-19 pandemic is teaching us that close-knit, human-to-human and face-to-face communal gatherings—the kind we enjoy with sports—still matter.

Going Beyond Google’s Celebration of Black History Makers

Recognition of another’s worth entails ceding power, allowing another what is rightfully theirs.

Kobe Bryant, Bigger Than Basketball

As fans we think of and appreciate the impression Kobe left on the game, but we remember his humanity as well.

The Revolutionary Raven: Lamar Jackson

Lamar Jackson’s on-field and locker room humility and leadership exhibits how Christians can unashamedly use our gifts to reshape a pessimistic and critical culture.

The Reluctant Witness by Don Everts, Free for CAPC Members

Everts encourages Believers to go back to meditating on God’s Word which subsequently fills us up for authentic, instead of forced, conversations with non-Christians.

A Kanye Gospel Album We Didn’t Need, but Welcome

To make an influence on the culture-at-large, Christians don’t need a big-name artist like Kanye West to co-opt the Christian message of grace, mercy, forgiveness, and justice.

Reparations: Repairing and Rethinking Our Idea of Independence

We’ve only partially enjoyed the truest sense of American independence and freedom as long as we support or remain apathetic to the indifference of a system that is insistent on overlooking past wrongs.

Don’t Turn Away from the Trauma of Ava DuVernay’s When They See Us

When you see the fate of these boys, will you look away?

Black Widow’s Endgame Begins With Family

Romanoff’s job as Black Widow, an Avenger, means more to her than any other Avenger. It is at the heart of who she is and what she does.

Countdown to the Endgame

Hidden in the shadows of these movies are cosmic truths worth unearthing and revisiting as they help us understand our culture and what we can uniquely contribute to it.

Nipsey Hussle: The Selfless Servant

Nipsey Hussle brought life and authenticity to his lyrics and activism in ways that should challenge us to match our works with our faith.

The Horror of Us Is God’s Judgment on America

Jordan Peele’s Us critiques who we are as a nation and people, and from where we’ve come.

Raul: A Hip Hop EP about MAGA Hats and Deportation

Raul is about family, compassion, and patience. It’s about looking across the broken landscape of our world and considering how we may use the cross of Christ to bridge the prejudicial gaps of humanity.

Don’t Ruin Your Witness over the Blown Saints Call

[God] desires for us to be holy when we compete, when we coach, and when we are entertained, because there is life in holiness.

On the Second Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Two Movie Soundtracks

Both A Star Is Born and Black Panther: The Album accomplished feats of carrying the emotions of their respective films beyond the movie screen.