Obi-Wan Kenobi ‌‌Recap:‌ Playing With Fire (Episodes 3 & 4)

Terrible, ungodly things happen when we sacrifice our ideals on the altars of peace and stability.

Obi-Wan Kenobi ‌‌Recap:‌ It’s A Trap! (Episodes 1 & 2)

If my best hopes for this series are fulfilled, it’ll be the redemption of Kenobi’s arc and seeing that Luke was not alone in his hope for Anakin.

Seeing and Believing 335 | “Top Gun: Maverick” & “The Right Stuff”

Kevin and Sarah feel the need…the need for speed…and for Dad Movies. First, in a review of Top Gun: Maverick, then The Right Stuff.

For My Mental Health, I Repeatedly Watched One Episode of Ted Lasso

Watching Ted Lasso have a panic attack gave me a panic attack, so I created an experiment I’m calling “anxiety immersion.”

Moon Knight ‌‌Recap:‌ Love Your Whole Self (Episode 6)

If we desire a faith that inhabits the affections of those racked with grief and misery, we do ourselves no favors to ignore suffering and pretend it’s not as bad as it is.

Moon Knight ‌‌Recap:‌ Tell Them Your Stories (Episodes 4 & 5)

It’s no wonder Marc’s scales have never balanced. There is nothing balanced about any of this.

Moon Knight ‌‌Recap:‌ Playing God in the Process (Episodes 2 & 3)

Marc Spector continues to wrestle with the implications of his role as Khonshu’s avatar of justice.

Station Eleven: The Virtue of Being an Artist and Answering Death with Beauty

At the heart of Station Eleven is a conflict between affirmation of Life and negation of Life. Affirmation wins.

Moon Knight ‌‌Recap:‌ Laters Gators ‌(Episode 1)‌

Maybe in the midst of this rock ’em sock ’em superhero show, we’ll learn something of spiritual pride’s dangers.

“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.

Why Are Dr. Rick’s Progressive Ads Actually Traditional Comedy?

Dr. Rick ads provide a relaxed common ground between generations and opportunities for approachable honesty with those outside the church.

The Unexpected Parenting in Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who

As the Doctor travels through time and space, she becomes a surprisingly good parenting example for those of us without a TARDIS.

Abbott Elementary: Cultivating Permanence in Impermanent Spaces

Abbott Elementary reminds us that the impermanent houses the eternal.

Unveiling Ragnarok: Teens, Parents, and the Apocalypse

The apocalyptic stakes of Ragnarok truly speak to the crisis the church is in.

Finding Your Roots: Stars Are Just Like Us

Finding Your Roots uses the lens of a particular person’s experience to reflect our own.

Station Eleven: The Virtue of Risky Hospitality and Making Monsters into Friends

Rebuilding civilization requires hospitality to strangers, whether they show up cold and dirty on your doorstep, or warm and tiny in your womb.