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It’s safe to say that box-office-busting, tear-jerking, goose-bump-inducing Avengers: Endgame struck a chord in people across the world. And like other art forms, it provides an inside look into today’s Western culture, especially when we consider the movie from a Christian perspective.

Life in a Broken World

The plot and character development of superhero movies, some would say, have been the genre’s longstanding kryptonite. The films can be little more than a string of punches being thrown, buildings blowing up, and characters showing off their “little party trick” (#MarkRuffaloReference) with sparse exposition connecting them together.

By Brenda Jo Wong

Life is full of transitions, both exciting and painful. But how do we go through tranistions and difficult seasons with God? How did Moses? 

By Nathan Peterson

Should you try online dating? After months of asking myself that same question, I decided to try it out for about half a year. Here are a few things I wish I would have thought about before diving into the quirky complexity that is online dating.

By Nathan Peterson

Believing FOMO’s lies has only left me disappointed, looking for another quick fix, another move to help relieve those thoughts of missing out. It’s a never-ending cycle that leaves me restless and wondering what to try and where to go next. 

By Timothy Holmes

"I humbly believe that the songs we sing in worship have deep impacts on our understanding...the gems of these three songs give us language around Jesus’ great commandment, posturing us to better love God with our mind, heart, soul, and strength, and to love our neighbor as ourselves."

By Andrew McCarty

“What difference does it make if I pray by prayer-walking or pray in my bathroom?” Prayer-walking will certainly have moments of discomfort or awkwardness...But God will engage your senses to make you more aware of the revival he wants to bring to the places you’re currently standing in.

By Brenda Jo Wong

"Numerous people are committed to me like family, and I am included in their families and celebrations. God has given me the security of knowing that I belong, I am loved, and I am accepted unconditionally."

By Timothy Holmes
Reaching friends, family, or co-workers may look very different after college. But there are some ways of living that translate well in showing Jesus to others no matter where we are in life.
By Christopher K. Lee

Jesus' humility stood out. Here are five lessons on how we can be humble leaders as Jesus shows us in the Last Supper.

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