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“Love is the one thing that transcends time and space.” – Interstellar
In the end we’re all just trying to communicate with something outside of ourselves.
It’s the theme of Interstellar, the good (not great) but certainly worth seeing new film from Christopher Nolan.
On the surface the plot is fairly basic for a sci-fi space drama. In a not-too-distant future where our pursuit of technology has actually driven the world back in time to a Dust Bowl-like era, an undercover space exploration team is pursuing alternative planets for mankind to inhabit. Continue reading
At the end of every episode of “Inside The Actor’s Studio”, host James Lipton gives guests the famous set of questions inspired by French talk show host Bernard Pivot where we learn about the favorite things of each actor. We learn their favorite word, noise, and curse word (always a source of delight for the audience).
I’d love to hear God talk about His favorite things. What are the sounds and words He most loves to hear? What are the places He cherishes most? What if God’s been telling us all along and the answers are right there in the scriptures?
In his new book God’s Favorite Place On Earth, Frank Viola offers his take on God’s favorite place, the place Jesus seemed to take a shining to the most in His time on earth – the village of Bethany. Continue reading
Not every story gets a happy ending.
After 8 years and nearly 200 episodes, I’m worried “The Office” will become one of those stories.
After dismissing the show when it first premiered as yet another soulless remake of a British series, I fell in love with the Dunder Mifflin drones through DVD marathons of the first 3 seasons.
My friends and I watched and rewatched Jim’s slow and subtle courtship of Pam, Michael’s tasteless jokes, and Dwight’s beet-loving eccentricities over beach trips and long afternoons when we should have been studying instead.
Now with the finale airing tonight on at 8 PM on NBC, “The Office” comes to the end of its story. For diehard fans, this comes with disappointment and with relief. Continue reading
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Why are we talking about practice?
After all – isn’t life just one big practice round? Aren’t we just biding our time until the next life comes around?
If the next life after this is so important, then why do we spend so much time talking about and worrying about this life?
There must be a point to this practice round. There must be a reason why God placed us in this world. There must be a reason why He hasn’t rescued us from it yet.
Maybe this practice round really counts. Continue reading