And the Crowd Goes Wild When Women Actually Compete for the World Cup

We are not calibrated to the sight of a woman displaying unapologetic physical prowess.

Endgame‘s Rally of Women Avengers

I don’t think a heavy-handed scene in which the women of the MCU are haphazardly thrown together is reason enough on its own to cheer, but I am encouraged by the possibility that Marvel recognizes a deficiency.

The Common Rule by Justin Earley, Free for CAPC Members

Earley coined his rule of life “The Common Rule” because it was intended for the common American—those who, like Earley, find themselves buying into American habits that divert us from the practices of Christ and toward the practices of achievement.

Finding Community in Season 2 of Atypical

Although the redeeming power of community has become a nearly trite refrain among Christian spaces, Atypical points to the price community demands.

Beyond the Field: The Social Good of Women’s Sports

With the appropriate ideological shift, Americans could expand their pallets to appreciate slower games.

The Bachelor and the Weight of Voyeurism

The Bachelor did what the WWE did years ago—they stopped insisting on the totality of their own illusion.

The Harrowing Hope of This Is Us

The popular drama has shown me more meaningful ways to hope.

#MeToo: An Incomplete Lament

The #MeToo campaign, however imperfect, fashioned fellowship out of isolation.

Vintage Saints and Sinners by Karen Wright Marsh, Free for CAPC Members

In Vintage Saints and Sinners, Karen Wright Marsh manages to emphasize the vast goodness of spiritual giants while also humanizing them.

Rethinking the Rainbow: Hope after Miscarriage

Not all women who walk through miscarriage will hold a rainbow baby.

Netflix’s Atypical Explores How We Fail to Love Each Other

Netflix’s Atypical is not truly about a boy with autism. Rather, it’s about the way love ebbs and flows through every community.

The First Black Bachelorette: A Hopeful Lament

Whether or not ABC moved in the right direction for the right reason, it undoubtedly is the right direction.

Solidarity, BBC Dad

BBC Dad started that interview as an expert on Korean politics, but he ended it as Every Parent Ever.

School Choice and Communal Responsibility

School Choice means that some kids might get left behind. Are we really okay with that?

Patriots Day and the Discomfort of Community

Patriots Day serves as a sharp reminder that community is, in many ways, inorganic, uncomfortable, and difficult.

The Weight of The Crown & the Work of the Kingdom

We have remembered our kingdom’s crown but have neglected the example of our king.