Tag Archives: Life Lessons

Thor: Ragnarok

This latest Thor movie is a ton of fun and lighthearted laughs (but thankfully not the raunchy kind that are so popular today). It was really delightful! It also covers a lot of ground, especially in regards to topics for … Continue reading

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Posture has Purpose

I went to a new doctor[1] yesterday. I’ve had back and neck problems all my life. Structurally my back is good, but I’m in constant pain—something I’ve just learned to ignore and live with, sadly. To a point, anyway. And then … Continue reading

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The Stray – Movie Discussion

The Stray is a sweet, family-friendly movie based on a true story about a family and their dog. When Mitch suggests to his wife, Michelle, that they should get a dog, she reluctantly agrees that they can pray and ask … Continue reading

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Back to School Benediction

As you go to school, I pray that this becomes a lifelong love for you, the love of learning.  And that as you learn, you wouldn’t just love learning for the sake of knowledge, or even for the beautiful responsibility … Continue reading

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The Shack – Movie Discussion

I wrote an article a while back about the four types of people most likely to see a Christian movie. The thing about The Shack is that, while those four groups of people will see it, I believe it is … Continue reading

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The Great Wall – Movie Discussion

I wasn’t expecting much from The Great Wall so maybe that’s the reason why I enjoyed the ride well enough. It might be forgettable in the end, but I actually came away with a whole list of great ways that … Continue reading

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The LEGO Batman Movie – 14 Life Lessons

I read where someone said that, “the LEGO movies shouldn’t work…but they do.” It’s true. They work. They are intelligently and relentlessly funny (although at times inappropriately so for a kid’s movie, like when Robin says, “My name’s Richard but … Continue reading

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Lion – Movie Discussion

    I cannot tell you when I have been so utterly wrecked by a movie.  In a good way.  Lion is the (true) story of a 5 year old boy, Saroo, who gets separated from his family and wakes … Continue reading

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La La Land – Movie Dicussion

Someone in the Crowd “Someone in the crowd can take you where you want to go,” the opening song sings to us. It’s really the story of La La Land in a nutshell. It’s the story of two “who dream, … Continue reading

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What I Learned from a Hawk

The other day I decided at the last minute to go somewhere I hadn’t planned on going. It’s not so important where I went, other than the fact that it wasn’t my plan to do so, but more like I … Continue reading

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