Tag Archives: perspective
He’d been sitting in the Starbucks for ages. A man with grey hair and a gentle, intelligent face. He had dirty, ratty clothes, but despite that, he seemed very clean and well-groomed. At least, he was very well-groomed for a … Continue reading
Andrew Arndt, the pastor of Bloom Church here in Denver, sent this out today and though I’ve seen a lot of similar thoughts circulating, I loved the scripture he rooted it in and wanted to share. (Eesh, that’s a long … Continue reading
It felt like we skipped spring this year, the late snows continuing to come… to dump on us, truth be told. So, you can imagine how refreshing it was when the warm sun finally did come, and when it came … Continue reading
I am often asked, “How do you do that? How do you find meaning and spiritual parallels in movies?” There isn’t a formula, and the answer is as varied as the movies I see, but Annie presents an interesting “teaching” … Continue reading
I just wrote a post at Shepherd Project about perspective, perception and guarding your mind… stemming from a review of Non-Stop. You can read it here!
These movie discussions are intended to help you connect your Christian faith to the modern world by: 1. Helping you learn to see echoes of redemptive truth all around you. 2. Challenging you to help other Christians see that their relationship with Jesus cannot be … Continue reading