Halloween, Horror, and the Cross

Why you should enjoy a good horror story this Halloween. [Read more...]

Redbox Review: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is nothing special

Joss Whedon’s latest film is a mixed bag that misses the point. [Read more...]

‘Death by Living’ Is All Dressed Up with No Place to Go

The latest book from best-selling author N.D. Wilson has heaps of style, but whither the substance? [Read more...]

The Fifth Estate asks good questions, but fails to live up to its billing

The title seems a bit grandiose, doesn’t it? [Read more...]

Perseverance Leads to Payoff with ’12 Years a Slave’

A reminder that people—and places—can persevere when there’s a hope set before them. [Read more...]

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Plague, pestilence, and magical healing power of baptism.

Baptism will make you wet, but it won’t make you pure. [Read more...]

Things That Go Bump in the Night and the Faith that Sends Them Fleeing

Dr. David Jeremiah addresses the root causes—and cures—of our deepest fears. And just in time for Halloween. [Read more...]

Captain Phillips: Piracy, Courage, and Studies in Leadership

Tom Hanks, servant leader, outwits pirates. [Read more...]

This week on Sleepy Hollow: Demons, Germans, and Tin-Foil Hats

The truth behind our modern fascination with conspiracy theories. [Read more...]

Your BETTER life now

Wisdom from the Bible for the modern world [Read more...]

Gravity: Traversing the Glorious Terror of the Cosmos

Facing the abyss … literally. [Read more...]

Confession is Good for the Soul

An effective and unexpected picture of repentance from this week’s episode of Sleepy Hollow [Read more...]

Everything you ever needed to know about gender roles, you learned in Sex Ed.

Dr. Larry Crabb’s ‘biblical’ defense of complementarianism relies less on God’s Word and more on human anatomy. [Read more...]

Parents Are the Problem in Enough Said

An enjoyable, if sometimes frustrating, viewing experience. [Read more...]


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