I guess you would expect a wide variety of responses to the highly anticipated (or dreaded) release of a Miley Cyrus movie
"Remember Me" is a film about love embedded in the midst of dysfunctional families, tragedies, and ultimately the need to appreciate each day of life we are given.
Do you know what "Minute to Win It" reminds me of? This may surprise you, but this game show has religion written all over it.
Enter the new reality TV show "Who Do You Think You Are," and I think you'll see genealogy in a new light.
I didn't see a white rabbit and follow him down a hole, but when I was 15, I heard a message and an invitation that sounds just about as crazy as Alice in Wonderland.
You might not know this, but the words "U.S.A.," "Winter Olympics," and "domination" have never quite worked out to be in the same sentence.
We look back at the ancient Greek culture and find it amusing that people would actually believe in the Olympian gods and their powers, but those folks took them very seriously.
I would bet that there are a few voices in your world that would fall under the category of "According to You"…that cause you to feel "useless"
The Lovely Bones is a great story about working through grief and moving on past tragedy and death, but don't let the afterlife stuff fool you.
Many Christians are more willing to jump on a plane and fly to Haiti than they are to bring up the gospel and the question of eternal destinations with their friends.
Have you ever wanted to save a life? I have great news for you! You have the opportunity to do that!
Did you know that Jesus was a "farmer" too? Facebook wasn't around in His day, but He still planted seeds
In the grand tradition of Sherlock Holmes and the satisfaction of solving mysteries that feel like a splinter in your mind, I present to you the grandest mystery of all… one that involves tragedy and triumph, action and adventure, and most importantly, life and death.
In the film Avatar, the main character named Jake links with his own avatar so he can infiltrate the "Na'vi" creatures. But the God of the universe, named Yahweh, incarnated Himself as Jesus so He could accomplish the most important mission of all time
With my apologies to Charles Dickens, I'd like us to look at three Christmases as well. The first is Christmas Past…in fact, it's the first Christmas ever.
If you google "Tiger Woods" right now, you will get around 40 million returns and over 7,000 news articles.
You are definitely part of creating a masterpiece with your fellow Christians who, under the direction of the world's greatest Genius, are living out the greatest story ever told
So it turned out pretty much as expected. A massive opening night with millions of Twittering Twi-Hards clutching their preordered tickets and finally embracing the über-anticipated sequel, The Twilight Saga: New Moon.
Apparently a lot of folks are scared, freaked out, and even panicked about this whole 2012 deal.
Imagine 6 billion people blacking out simultaneously for 137 seconds and catching a glimpse of their lives 6 months into the future.
As you know, this video game has taken the world by storm, outsold Guitar Hero 5, and thousands, if not millions, of teens are being introduced to the Beatles magic that stormed the world the first time nearly 50 years ago!
And now, as a result of Spike Jonze, $80 million bucks, and a boatload of animatronic creatures, our little bedtime book has grown up and the wild rumpus lives on the silver screen.
If you're feeling like the blond Taylor Swift neighbor football dude who's unhappy with his evil girlfriend, remember that God is in heaven right now holding up a sign that says "I love you."
I was a teenager when I first heard this song from the movie Fame. You want fame? Take this advice
Are there ever spiritual interruptions that are as rude and inconsiderate as Kanye's?