Reading Life, Animated by Ron Suskind opens the eyes to the prevalence of mediated forms in everyday American life. In his book, Suskind relates the journey of his family of […]
If you feel that education plays an important role in our current cultural, political, and religious climate, Jacob’s book provides a primer for seeing what really intelligent Christians have written under extremely difficult Christian circumstances. If we feel that we must ask for Christianity and education to renew their vows to teach other, we can take comfort in knowing that the precedent for those vows have been and that God providentially directed their steps.
Britton A. Taylor The 2015 film The Stanford Prison Experiment, based on the actual psychological experiment of 1971, is an incredibly moving production that tests the manner in which social […]
Dakota Smith Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live two different lives? Have you ever wanted to split life between the wild and the plain? In […]
Michaela Swedberg Kristin Hannah’s The Nightingale, winner of the 2015 BookBrowse Fiction Award, is a heartbreaking story of two sisters caught up in the terror of Nazi occupied France throughout […]
Melissa Woodland My children (ages 8-11) and I attended the Saturday matinee performance of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown at the Folger Auditorium on the campus of Southern Wesleyan […]