The Business of Football vs. The Business of Compassion

We’re not talking about avatars or fictitious characters created solely for our entertainment.

The Chiefs and the Chargers Reveal the Value of Perseverance

Perseverance and practice are both necessary to find a way to compete—let alone excel—at the highest levels of competition.

Serena Williams, Margaret Court, and the Importance of Living Peaceably with All

Margaret Court’s latest remarks about Serena Williams should remind us to live peaceably with all men, even if we feel slighted.

What can the Church learn from the Religion of Sports?

Sports, like religion, are an unavoidable aspect of our culture.

Beyond Our Own Worlds: Wild Things and Castles in the Sky

This helpful collection of essays is a welcome guide to finding new books for young readers.

Introducing… The Coach’s Box

A brand new column explores how Christians can improve our witness and participation in the culture of sports.

Tiny Space Vikings and the Upside Down Horror of Child Warriors

Children should be free to be children; it’s the job of adults to protect and preserve innocent life.

“I’m Still Here”: Stranger Things 4, “Running Up that Hill,” and Killing Monsters

Stranger Things has always been about recalling people to life—about fighting for your life and others’ lives.

Everything Sad Is Untrue: Scheherezade and Rivers of Blood

It is a thousand and one stories woven together in a tapestry, a Persian rug, of beauty.

“The Eleventh Hour”: Faith Like a Child in Doctor Who‘s Good Fairytale

“The Eleventh Hour” shows us that sometimes having faith like a child awakens belief when all else fails.

Abbott Elementary: Cultivating Permanence in Impermanent Spaces

Abbott Elementary reminds us that the impermanent houses the eternal.

Volodymyr Zelensky at the Bridge: The Costly Virtue of Heroism in the Real World

We don’t have any stories of heroes without heroes in real life.

The Book of Boba Fett Recap: Better than Bad (Episode 7)

I thought the show would only succeed once Boba Fett expands his table. It turns out, the showrunners thought the same thing.

Myth, Mountains, and Mysticism: Till We Have Faces and Christian Storytelling

Till We Have Faces expresses the way in which Christian storytelling at its best has the potential to work upon people.

The Book of Boba Fett ‌‌Recap:‌ And Now For Something Completely Different ‌(Episode‌s 5 & 6)‌ ‌

The people at Lucasfilm squeezed the epilogue of The Mandalorian’s second season into The Book of Boba Fett’s first.

The Book of Boba Fett ‌‌Recap:‌ The Market Made Me Do It ‌(Episode‌s 3 & 4)‌

Cast down the mighty. Send the rich away. Four episodes in, we’ve got our plot now.