Think of how different pictures look when we add different filters and or lenses to our iPhone or cameras.
Have you ever been asked to describe yourself in three words, or even in just one? A question like this is often used in job interviews,
Imagine getting ready to work out and then realizing the gym is closed. Do you just skip working out altogether that day?
In the film National Treasure, the two main characters, Ben and Abigail, begin a monologue including a series of thoughts and questions after hearing a very difficult historic riddle.
In the article “A Compass Saves the Crew,” Owen Edwards tells the story of a WWII sailor who saved lives when he used a compass found on the ship’s lifeboats
Margaret Philbrick, author of Back to the Manger, shares about how seeing the Christmas season through the eyes of her children has opened her eyes
In a piece for The Gospel Coalition, Ryan Hoselton compares the artist Pharrell and Augustine’s views on happiness. “The truth is that viewing happiness as
Christianity Today spoke with a sociology professor, Bradford Wilcox, and his colleagues about a study titled, “The Cohabitation-Go-Round:
“God does not give us everything we want, but He does fulfill His promises, leading us along the best and straightest paths to Himself.”
The resurrection is so powerful and essential for us to grasp as believers. One song that exemplifies the power of the resurrection is “In Christ Alone”
Playwright Anton Chekov had a rule in writing that if the audience sees a gun in the first scene, it has to go off in the second or third scene. It has to be used.
In 2010, Laura Hillenbrand released a book entitled Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption.