“Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love” Brings Romance, Comedy & Wisdom

(Moderate spoilers ahead) On an old episode of “Cheers” in which Sam and Diane consult a relationship counselor before getting married, he tells them to call off the wedding because they’re too different. They respond with the old truism that opposites attract. The counselor, played by John Cleese, responds that the only thing opposites attract [Read More…]

As Baseball Season Begins, Remember God is a Mets (and Probably a Cubs) Fan

(Photo property of NY Mets) It’s a joke I heard years ago (though from who I can’t remember), and I return to it every baseball season. How do you know God prefers the Mets to the Yankees? Because when the Yankees are in the ninth inning of a tight game, fans in the stadium are [Read More…]

I Want to Help Kids See They Have a Hero Inside: An Interview with Joan Bauer

A car accident seemed to end Joan Bauer’s career before it even began. After spending several years studying to be a screenwriter, Joan signed with a big talent agency in New York City, ready to take on a new phase of her life. Two days later, she endured a debilitating car accident that left her [Read More…]

“Last Man Standing” and “Cristela” Bring a Little Religion to Prime Time

(All photos property of ABC/Disney) ABC is home to several family-oriented sitcoms, and sometimes they integrate a little Christianity into their stories. The Heck family on “The Middle” are churchgoers (albeit dysfunctional ones) who sometimes interact with members of the clergy, like the singing youth minister Rev. Tim Tom. In recent weeks, ABC’s Friday night [Read More…]


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