On the Ninth Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Nine Nights of Netflix

It’s a strange, new streaming world out there with some truly great diamonds in the rough.

On the Eighth Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Eight Worlds of Wonder

When life is hard or painful or confusing or even filled with rest and joy, I find myself longing for worlds that are not my own.

CAPC’s Most-Read Articles of 2018

The most-read article list is a check of our readership’s pulse, so to speak.

On the Seventh Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Seven Graphic Novels

Seven graphic novel recommendations that reflect some small segment of the morass of social issues many of our readers faced, explored, or at least were cognizant of in 2018.

On the Sixth Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Six Podcasters Podding

These six podcasts may make it easier for us to hear the stories of those often overlooked in our own community.

On the Fifth Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Five Needful Words

This past year, five people in particular stand out as offering especially needful words for our troubled times.

On the Fourth Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Four Indie Games

Through community, acceptance, and paying attention to our environment, these four indie games show there is hope to be found, in 2018 and in the years to come.

On the Third Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Three Memes a-Meme-ing

Every once in a while, the internet still manages to provide a bit of clarity to (semi-) important issues.

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.

On the First Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: A Series for the Holidays

We can, despite all that’s wrong in the world, look to what’s true and good and beautiful in God’s creation.

CAPC Writers Reflect on Christmas Traditions

Our writers share how traditions shape their Christmas celebrations.

Advent Is Actually Quite Political

In these seasons of Advent and Christmas especially, history points to a church whose worship is particularly political.

Southern Heritage or Hate? An Interview with the Hosts of Red Flag

“There’s a visceral reaction to our flag—as there should be—because of its history. And here in Mississippi, we don’t know our history.”

In The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the Coen Brothers Show Love for the Good Book

By playing to the canon in The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, while at once forging their own trail, the Coens manage to both nod to and question the orthodoxy of what we’ve been told about the grand ‘ole world of outlaws and guns and rickety wagons.

Want People to Understand Your Political and Religious Beliefs? Support and Share Good Art

More often than not, information alone doesn’t change one’s mind. Stories do.

The Comic World as We Know It, Thanks to Stan Lee (1922–2018)

Perhaps his greatest legacy will be that he never treated comics and superheroes as mere disposable entertainment.