Radical Love, Reconciliation, and the Royal Wedding

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are a testimony to the power of love to redeem all things, even the most difficult and painful of histories.

Love among the Metal Chickens

We pay lip service to the idea that no one is truly perfect, but do we really believe it?

Glory and Fury: A Review of Hilary Yancey’s Forgiving God

Forgiving God is about disability, except that it’s not. Not really.

In Hostiles, Our Worst Enemies Are Also Our Neighbors

Perhaps we don’t have arch-nemeses like Joe Blocker, or a “war bag full of reasons” to hate an entire people group, as he says he does in the film, but just by virtue of being human, our natural state toward each other is hostility.

Learning to Listen to #ChurchToo

Flawed and frightening as the #ChurchToo movement may be, the Christian community’s redemptive power as those indwelled by the Holy Spirit is greater.

Persuasion 115: Is God Really Love? with Kelli Worrall

Is God Really Love? Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson invite Kelli Worrall to share what she’s learned in her recent book, Pierced & Embraced.

Learning about Life, Love, and Dreams from La La Land and The Intern

La La Land embraces the tension of living on this side of heaven, calling us to face the difficulty head on and enjoy the ride.

‘It’s Not about Deserve’: Truth, Pity, and a Deeper Magic in Wonder Woman

We crave heroes like Wonder Woman who give undeserved mercy to those who deserve destruction.

Song to Song: A Canticle of Love and Grace

Song to Song is a love story, both intimate and grand in scope, baptized by grace and mercy.

The CAPC Digest: Suffering, Love, and Westworld with Stephen Addcox

Drew and Tyler are joined by Stephen Addcox to talk about suffering, love, and Westworld.

Loving All the Little Children, in Preschool and Beyond

God is in those supermarket conversations, and God is in those preschool classrooms; the challenge may be to see Him beyond our own biases.

Real God, Messy People: Christians and ABC’s ‘The Real O’Neals’

‘The Real O’Neals’ holds up Christian assumptions about family and faith before our eyes, forcing us to evaluate their efficacy.

The (In)vulnerability of Supergirl

Supergirl’s vulnerability is also precisely what makes her a hero in the first place.

Love Conquers All in ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’

In ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’, love conquers all and never fails.

Not That Different: Two Generations and the Single Life

We’re both bombarded with the idea that life will be perfect if we just find the right beautiful person. And if we can’t, then at least we should have some fun in the meantime.

Tolkien Would Have Appreciated ‘The Bachelor’ . . . Probably

There is something in ‘The Bachelor’ that resonates with the heart of every one of us.