Gospel Fluency by Jeff Vanderstelt, Free for CAPC Members
In Gospel Fluency, Jeff Vanderstelt wants to help every believer speak the gospel in the stuff of everyday life.
The guys take it down a notch after the blockbusters of last week. First they review American Animals, director Bart Layton’s follow-up to The Impostor. Does Layton’s trademark gamesmanship around the boundary between reality and recreation pay off in his film based on a true story centered around a heist by college students? Wade and Kevin then turn to a zombie apocalypse, Australia-style, with their review of the Martin Freeman-starring Netflix film Cargo. This episode is brought to you by Plot Devices: creators of the Storyclock Notebook. Use the Storyclock Notebook to turn your ideas into stories and make the writing process less terrible. Learn more at plotdevices.co and get 20% off your first order with the code BELIEVE20.
Music interlude by John Milwee, “Del Rio.” Used under Creative Commons license 3.0.
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