A personal update on my upcoming shoulder replacement surgery.
What do we gain from struggling with pain? Is there a purpose in pain?
I first interviewed Chris Staron (and his brother Nick) in 2007 after receiving a copy of their movie Between the Walls. Since then, a lot has changed and Chris is producing a stellar podcast about issues confronting the Church.
Chris tackles some very controversial topics in his podcast, Truce, with grace and kindness—something missing from current online “dialog”.
I talked with Chris about the purpose of his podcast and the process he uses to create each episode. Continue reading “Chris Staron is Creating Podcasts That Examine The Church From the Inside Out”
For International Podcast Day I’m sharing 5 short form podcasts you can stick in your ears. These are podcasts you can listen to in 10 minutes or less. Some of them run a little long sometimes but for the most part, you’ll get great content without any fluff.
If you’re looking to add another podcast to your rotation but don’t think you have enough time to squeeze another one in, consider these. Continue reading “5 Short Form Podcasts to Stick in Your Ears #InternationalPodcastDay”
LITTLE WOMEN releases in the theaters across America this Friday, September 28th, 2018. It is a modern retelling of the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott.
I’m not the target audience for the movie but my wife and I decided to watch it with the kids. Their comments and reviews will be the focus of this article.
Disclaimer: I received a Starbucks gift card (valued at $10), an e-gift card for movie tickets (valued at $25), a digital screener, and promotional material in exchange for my honest review. Continue reading “Little Women Movie Review”